Apple has updated its iMac All-In-One Computers for the 2011 Market and they have added a few components to improve performance of the devices. The upgraded iMac line includes four new models, two of which gets a 21.5-inch display and offers thunderbolt support and two that gets a 27-inch display with two Thunderbolt connectors which allows the devices 10 Gbps bi-dimensional connectivity. All models are powered by Intel’s 2nd generation Core processors, AMD Radeon HD 6000M series graphics and a few essential features as well. Firstly there are the two 21.5-inch models, the first one gets a 21.5-inch IPS LED-backlit panel, a 2.5GHz Intel Quad-Core Processor, Radeon HD HD 6750M graphics card and up to 500GB of storage for $1,199, the other 21.5-inch model gets a 2.7GHz Processor, up to 1TB of storage and a Radeon HD 6770M graphics card for $1499.
Both 27-inch models gets up to 1TB of storage, one gets a 2.7GHz Quad-Core processor and Radeon HD 6770M graphics card for $1699 while the other gets a 3.1GHz Quad-Core processor and Radeon HD 6970M graphics card for $1999. All four models comes with a FaceTime HD webcam, SD card slot, runs the Mac OS X Snow Leopard and are all bundled with a Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad.