Category: iMac Pro

IMac Pro vs IMac, Performance vs Value

iMac Pro fever fails to hurt the iMac’s Value The iMac Pro, after a long wait, is finally here… and it’s impressive. But let’s start at the beginning;

iMac 27"

Is the iMac 27″still good value?

An Apple product that needs no introduction the iMac, which for the rarest of moment’s finds itself caught in the shadow of another product.

Coming in at 27″ The top-spec iMac can include: 64GB RAM, a 2TB SSD AMD Radeon 580 graphics an 8GB video memory and a quad-core Intel i7 Kaby Lake processor running at 4.2GHz or Turbo Boost of 4.5GHz. Pretty good right? read more

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Come and meet us at BVE 2018

We’ll be exhibiting at the Broadcast Video Exhibition, aka BVE, again this year, making it our 7th visit. This year the show runs from the 27th of February to 1st March at Excel London and we’ll be there demonstrating how our flexible leases can benefit the broadcast business.

BVE 2018

Visit our stand – R29

We look forward to BVE each year because we get to experience the latest technology hands on, as well as meeting our existing and potential new clients. With around 300 companies attending there will be lots to see with businesses showcasing their products whilst an extensive program of free seminars featuring more than 200 speakers and over 100 sessions across the 3 days. We’ll be on the same stand as last year – R29 – so come along and meet some of the HardSoft team who will be there explaining how our leasing can benefit those in fast-moving tech heavy industry. You’ll find that leasing turns the un-affordable into something very affordable indeed. read more

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iMac Pro – What Else Can You Get for your Money?

Apart from a small car or a dream holiday… The iMac Pro is here with a starting price of £4899 configurable into the £13000 mark… apart from a small car or a great holiday could there be computing alternatives.So what alternatives are there to the iMac Pro, and does it represent good value.

Luxury Holiday or iMac Pro?

iMac Pro or Luxury Holiday?

The first issue you will have to face is that you will need to jump ship from Apple and into a PC and Windows 10 operating system. If you’ve spent your entire life using Apple’s iOS, this is probably the thing that scares you most about making the move to Windows. But what’s it actually like using Windows? Current PCs aren’t what they were, in fact Microsoft hasn’t just caught up with Apple, in many ways they’re leading the pack. read more

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