The iMac is Apple's all-in-one computer, with the iMac BTO/CTO (Mid 2010) model featuring a 3.6 GHz Core i5 (I5-680) processor. It was introduced on July 27, 2010.
The iMac BTO/CTO (Mid 2010) is configured with 4 GB of RAM by default, with the option to upgrade to a maximum of 32 GB. The standard hard drive is a and contains a Radeon HD 5750 video card.
The BTO/CTO (Mid 2010) can be connected via 4 (2.0) USB ports, 1 (800) FireWire ports, SDXC SD Card expansion slots, and 10/100/1000Base-T ethernet ports. The iMac BTO/CTO (Mid 2010) has support for dual-screen and mirroring capabilities, with a native resolution of 2560x1440 and support for a second screen resolution of up to 2560x1600.
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|Standard RAM||4 GB|
|Maximum RAM||32 GB|
|RAM Type||PC3-10600 DDR3|
|Min. RAM Speed||1333 MHz|
|System Bus Speed||2.5 GT/s|
|Processor Speed||3.6 GHz|
|Processor Type||Core i5 (I5-680)|
|Standard Hard Drive|
|Int. HD Interface|
|Video Card||Radeon HD 5750|
|Display and Resolution|
|Built-in Display||27" 16|
|2nd Display Support||Dual/Mirroring|
|2nd Max. Resolution||2560x1600|
|Ports / Slots|
|USB Ports||4 (2.0)|
|Firewire Ports||1 (800)|
|Expansion Slots||SDXC SD Card|
|Apple Order No||BTO/CTO (Mid 2010)|
|Battery and Dimensions|
|Dimensions||20.4 x 25.6 x 8.15|
|Avg. Weight||30.5 lbs. (13.8 kg)|