Apple iMac product name

Lykos1986

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Jul 4, 2010
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Hello to everyone!

Is it possible to decode the product code of this iMac "MNED2ZE/A". I know that the first letters meaning is iMac 27" 5K 2017 but what about the next ones? For example 2ZE/A

What kind of keyboard this iMac has? The US one the UK one or anything else?

Many thanks in advance!
 

trsblader

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May 20, 2011
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According to Google results, looks like a Polish 27" iMac with the 3.8 i5 and 580 card. Standard 8gb of ram and 2gb fusion drive.

Keyboard is likely whatever is standard with Polish buyers. When I go to the polish Apple Store website it's preconfigured with the English (International) keyboard. It might be best to just ask whoever you're buying it from which keyboard it has.
 

Lykos1986

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Thank you trsblader! Except from the different keyboard and probably different power cord do you think there is any other difference? For example all the iMacs are build with the same manufacture standards or they have different ones depending on the country that they are selling them?

For example the US one has exactly the same build standards compared to a German one or even a Polish one?
 

DeltaMac

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Apple will have the same "build standards", regardless of where the product is sold (or the market it is manufactured for)
Unless a particular country requires different accessories, then the only real difference would be the keyboard (depending on country), and the power cord.
The better result is to come up with the system's serial number, which you can search using that serial number to determine where and when it was manufactured, and the exact configuration of the system, as it was sold.
 

CWallace

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For example all the iMacs are build with the same manufacture standards or they have different ones depending on the country that they are selling them?
Apple has iMac assembly factories in the United States, Ireland and China.

The majority of iMacs sold within the EU are assembled in Ireland with components from all over the world.
 
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