|Dec 16, 2012, 10:37 PM||#1|
IMac 2012 users only--How significantly is glare reduced?
I am a visually impaired iMac user. I am interested in the new iMac b/c of Apple's claim of significant reduction in the screen's glare.
Currently I have a late 2009 iMac with 6GB of RAM. Neither RAM, nor speed nor storage space in my current machine are issues. What would be important to me is if the advertised claim that 2012 iMac were to significantly reduce the glare, was indeed true.
Since receiving your new iMac, have you found this to be the case? Can you roughly estimate the Percentage of glare reduction?
Thanks in advance.
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