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    Hi, i need some help! (iMac 21" or 27"?)

    Hello, I'm new. My name is Angel and I am from Spain.
    I work in graphic design and am thinking of switching to an iMac computer. The issue is not whether 21 " i will have enough or is it better to buy the 27".
    Someone with experience in the matter could guide me? 27 "I see it is very large, Perhaps too?
    My website of my work is: http://www.angel-plaza.com
    Thank you!

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    if you can afford it go with 27". You wont regret it.
    Also choose a fusion drive or ssd.
    That makes the difference too.

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    well, i'd say the bigger the better. It's often very usefull to have a bigger screen so i would recommend the 27"

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    hi angelitocadiz,

    good to hear that you are thinking of going Mac.

    if you can afford the 27" go for it! without a doubt over the 21".

    however, if you can hold out for a little while it's likely that they will refresh the specs. with Apple products if you can wait for them to be updated do it! you pay the same price (sometimes even less) for the noticably better spec tech.


    hope this helps you out,
    Louise

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    If You have more budget, just choose 27", using hard disk fusion and maximize RAM would be great, saving time, work faster.

    Bigger monitor means more space too... I'm using iMac 27" with extra LED 27". I'm very satisfied. I can also watch dvd / bluray for refreshment after working hard :D

    I think now is the right time to buy iMac, Apple already updated the spec to Haswell right?

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    Depends for what you are using it, but if you have the budget by a 27''.
    Imac is the best option price/quality.

    I'm apple fan, i admit.

    t1p0

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    If you have enough money, that is 27". You can also use it to watch movies.

    Saludos

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    Hola Angel!
    I suggest you too to go for the 27" if you can afford it, bigger screen = better work.
    I've a 21" and it's anyway bigger than other 21" monitors, but I had to buy this because the 27" was too expensive for me; I'm happy with it anyway

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    Definitely 27", although depends on what you're planning to use it for. But there is always use for more screen real-estate.

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    If you can, 100% for the 27" !
    Confortable screensize for work.

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    im using the 27" and never regret using it.

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    Definitely 27"
    ADD SSD.
    Because I buy 21-inch minimum order.
    ery Slow

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    Go for iMac 27" you won't regret it. ;)

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    I would absolutely spring for the 27 inch and the SSD (depending on budget). Upgrading with every hardware refresh is too much work (and I'm planning a future Apple purchase myself). You definitely want to balance budget concerns with future-proofing.

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    I'd definitely go for the 27". After using a 27" inch Thunderbolt for a year, I find myself wanting something even bigger.

    If your table can fit it, get one.

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