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Apple iMac (15-inch, 2002) / M8535

Apple iMac (15-inch, 2002) / M8535
alaScore 75

14 reviews

May, 2019

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Apple iMac (15-inch, 2002) / M8535. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Apple iMac (15-inch, 2002) / M8535 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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If you're thinking about going from PC to Mac... DON'T.


After a couple of terrible Gateway products we decided to try the Mac. What we expected was: 1) Reliability, 2) Intuitive commands/easy skills transition, 3) Ease of cross-talk between our Mac at home and our PCs at work (yes, we believed the sales...

OS doesn't crash, looks great on the desk

Browser crashes frequently and loss of control during downloading is really annoying

May, 2003

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I could not consider buying any other desktop


The 17" iMac is the way to go, if you have the budget.

Spacious screen and deliciously quiet. Reliable

Some software is slightly below par -- Internet Explorer, Appleworks word processing

Mar, 2003

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Forever I thought that macs were bad computers and not useful at all. Then in February 2001, I sort of changed my mind. When my mom first saw the computer she wanted it because it was pretty. Funny reason to buy a computer huh? I wanted it because I...

Great For Everyone


Feb, 2003

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iLove this Computer!


I won't drone on with the specs because if you're reading this, you already know them. If you're thinking about switching from a PC to Mac, and you're nervous about the mHz speed, don't be. An 800 mHz iMac is about the same as a 1.6 gHz Pentium....

Elegant, easy to use, and powerful

You'll want a new mouse. SuperDrive is slow

Jan, 2003

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My stay at-home buddy


Well, let's start from the beginning... I was in KC for Christmas and went to one of the computer stores. It was going to be my first time to see the iMac. Oh I was awe struck. I couldnt believe how beautiful it was!!! It was a little larger than...

Beautiful!!!, Fast, SUPERDRIVE, software

slow write speeds for cd burning

Jan, 2003

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Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful...did I mention Beautiful?


If you want an uplifting experience, go buy one of these machines and open the package. First call all the family in to watch. From the moment you take the machine out of its box you will be impressed. This is the most beautiful machine on the...

Beautiful machine, fast processor, crystal clear screen, easy to move, nicely packaged

Can be difficult to get used to if coming straight from a PC

Aug, 2002

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Cons: Too many. SDRAM, crapy video cards, slow hard drive, one button mouse, one drive bay, hassel to upgrade, slow processor


See below

Jul, 2002

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it works...and that's usually enough for me


I needed a new home computer, actually I need a home computer since I didn't have one and don' like using my work laptop for personal things.

small, good screen, works

one button mouse, short keyboard cord, need to get used to living with unix/OS-X

Jul, 2002

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Its cute and its house-trained


Perhaps you are shopping for a new computer...would this be the one? Several points to consider:

Stylish, compact, great for the aspiring filmmaker

pricy; eject button very curiously placed

May, 2002

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Converted from PC


This elegantly designed computer has even made converts of my skeptical Wintel kids and non-computing spouse.

Elegant design, fast, easy to operate, reliable

Hmmm?? I'm sure I'll find something eventually. Could use a 2 button mouse

Apr, 2002