Chinese iMac Runs Windows 8 & Costs $540 (Pictures)

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Huge demand and no supply. Apple says due to some production issues iMac will not be ready until Christmas. Yes it is a bad news but not for everyone, as the Windows 8-powered iMac knockoff is now officially launched. This desktop will definitely be enjoying the late arrival of Apple’s iMac, but will people be liking it? Let’s discover this by knowing about some of its amazing features.

The most prominent specs of this desktop, called Lavi S21i are a 21.5-inch 1920×1080 display, 4GB RAM and Windows 7/8. But that is not it as with the processor you will also be enjoying a 3.3GHz Intel i3 dual-core CPU or a 2.9GHz Intel i5 quad-core CPU. Moreover, with the internal memory, the users can also have the 500GB hard drive (5400 rpm) or the 128GB SSD.. Now this seems quite fascinating.


Moving onto its looks, then this iMac knockoff is really very sleek and stylish, with an aluminium enclosure. It seems to be the thinnest desktop ever, with 0.9 cm of thickness, though Apple is a step ahead, as the iMac has the thickness of 0.5 cm. With that, the built-in HD camera, WiFi connectivity, four USB 2.0 ports, a VGA port and a LAN port makes this knockoff even more dazzling.


If these images have made you fallen in love with this iMac knockoff, then you must be wondering for its price details. So here we tell you that, this iMac-like desktop PC is available at 3,350 yuan (US$540) or 3,850 yuan (US$621), where the 21-inch Apple’s new iMac will be released in December at $1,299. Though the fruit company has valid reasons for its product to be expensive, but still price matters too.

So will you be waiting for the real expensive iMac or rather going for this cheaper iMac knockoff?

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