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Old Dec 8, 2012, 08:00 PM   #1
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21.5" or 27" 2012 iMac- Please help!

Hey guys,

I really need your help!

Im really really torn between the 21.5" or 27". Im comming from a 13" macbook. I plan to keep this mac for 5+ years. The ram issue on the 21.5 concerns me as there is no future upgrades. I dont mind spending an extra 300 on somthing that will last me a while, i just want to be happy with the ammount of money im spending.

Im worried the 27" will be to big for me. Im only a uni student and casual gamer.

What does everyone think/ ordered themselves?

Thanks so much guys!
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Old Dec 8, 2012, 08:14 PM   #3
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m worried the 27" will be to big for me.
How do you metric "too big for me"? Will it fit on your desk...yes or no?
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I have a long desk, so it would fit. Im meaning it might be to big sitting at it and doing assignments etc. is bigger always better?
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