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Apple iMac 27-inch - 2017

Externally, the 2017 version of the 27-inch iMac doesn't look all that different. Internally almost all the main components have been updated: Faster solid-state drives, up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, more powerful GPUs, faster Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, and, of course, Intel's seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors. Even the keyboard has been updated for professional users, with the addition of a numeric keypad and larger set of navigation keys.
There's been a big graphics upgrade, too, in oeder to get a foot in the door with the VR fans. So, as well as increasing the brightness of the iMac's 5K Retina Display to 500 nits (matching that of the MacBook Pro), Apple has also opted for a more powerful Radeon Pro 570 GPU with 4GB of VRAM.
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The removable screen of the Z20t has been replaced with a 360-degree rotating configuration, and Toshiba says this laptop is the thinnest and lightest business 2-in-1 hybrid to use full-power 7th-generation Intel Core processors.
Right from the start it's clear that Toshiba has set out to impress with the Portégé X20W-D, which weighs just 1.1kg and has overall dimensions of 299mm by 219mm by 15.4mm. To make just one comparison, Dell's flagship 360-degree notebook, the new XPS 13, comes in at 1.2kg. At 304mm by 199mm by 13.7mm, Dell's system is thinner and shorter, but wider, and its screen measures 13.3 inches whereas Toshiba has gone for 12.5 inches.
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