21.5" refurb

Discussion in 'iMac' started by michael1962, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. michael1962 macrumors newbie

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    my first post, please be gentle :)

    my old dell is on it's last legs and i have been lusting over a imac for a while.

    the new imacs to me were just too expensive (not realy bothered how thin a desktop is) so have just ordered a refurb for £999.

    would it be worth my while to buy imac for dummys to help me get started?

    p.s. i am a dummy and pretty much computer illiterate :D

    cheers
    michael
     
  2. justperry macrumors 604

    justperry

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    Welcome to the other side:cool:

    Don't buy iMac for dummies, if you have questions there are a lot of people to help you out here.
    And, a mac is "easy" you will see it has a great and easy OS.

    You'll learn fast.
     
  3. strongs macrumors member

    strongs

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    ...but if you spent £999GBP on a refurb surely you could have pushed the boat out a little further at just £1099GBP for a new one (assuming you was going for the stock 21.5"? :eek:
     
  4. michael1962 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    well for me like most i suppose it came down to money, i am way out of my comfort zone at£1000.

    plus i am planning to upgrade the memory at a later date myself which will cost £30 instead of the £160 apple are charging, im happy enough ;)

    michael
     

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