(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Those interested in buying in buying an iMac can now pre-configure their devices upon purchase with two solid state drive options including 256GB Flash Storage (an extra $300.00) and 512GB Flash Storage (an extra $600.00).
The availability precedes Apple’s annual WWDC conference expected to kick off in June.
SSD delivers more customization options for the iMac – something that surely packs quite a bit more performance.
However, the options don’t stop there. For a whopping $900.00 (only for the 27-inch model), iMac buyers can add 768GB Flash Storage.
Since its initial introduction in 1998, the iMac line has proven to be one of the most successful all-in-one computers.