If you are thinking about renting a computer for your next trade show or convention and you know an Apple product will be the best fit, then one of the best choices you can make is an Apple iMac rental. The iMac is an all-in-one desktop computer from Apple, meaning every piece of hardware is tucked away inside the shell of the monitor, excusing the need for a physical tower, which not only saves you space but also saves you another piece of equipment to keep track of.
However, before you jump right into renting an iMac, there are a few things you need to take into consideration first. You see, renting technology is just like renting a home or renting a car. There are a lot of things that need to be factored into your decision, lots of pros and cons that need to be weighed out and different features and needs that you need to consider first.
Let’s start off with the specs for Apple’s iMac. This all-in-one comes with a 27″ display that has a native 2560×1440 display, meaning your picture quality is going to be pretty darn good. As far as storage space goes, the iMac comes with a 3TB Fusion Drive along with 8GB of 1600MHz DDr 3 RAM. A 3.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor powers the device while other features include an Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 graphics card with 4GB of dedicated RAM, 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.
Since this device is an all-in-one, there are sever limitations that end users can utilize to expand some of the hardware. This device was created more for people working with software instead of hardware. However, if you are looking for a temporary solution, like a rental, I doubt that this matters much to you. The iMac does, however, allow you to expand upon the RAM. The RAM for the iMac is easily accessible from the bottom of the case with Apple providing you with detailed instructions on how to do so.
There are a ton of advantages to renting an iMac over something else. This device offers very good quality along with a large widescreen display that is better than a lot of standalone ones. In addition to that, the iMac comes bundled with a lot of the same hardware and software that regular desktops, like Apple’s Mac Pro, come with without the extra hassle of a tower. If you are looking for a sleek, attractive, all-in-one device that allows you to get your work done while also giving you some fun options to play around with then the iMac is perfect for you.
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