In a world of smartphones and tablets, the desktop computer is becoming a dinosaur.
Or, as the late Apple founder Steve Jobs once said that computers “are going to be like trucks… used by 1 out of X people.” See Jobs say that for yourself:
I use a digital “truck” made by Apple called the iMac. It is a gorgeous, all-in-one desktop computer.
Specifically, I do most of my work on a 27-inch iMac. Here’s an affiliate link; if you buy one, I will get a commission.
In fact, I am writing this post on my iMac.
Mine is getting older. I bought it in 2017. But it still works great. I see no reason to replace it.
I use it for:
- Bible Study
- Video editing
- Reading & research
- Storing and retrieving files
- Basic office tasks like email, spreadsheets, etc.
As an “all in one” computer, it is a simple object. You can (and I do) plug many things into it but the computer is built into the screen, so there are not a whole bunch of components strung together by wires.
Speaking of the screen, this iMac has a 27-inch, 5k retna display. It looks amazing. I have a bigger display at home that I will write about someday. That display is useful but it doesn’t look nearly as good as anything does on this iMac.
If you do a lot of your work on a computer, I highly recommend the iMac. You can get a smaller one than I have but get the big one. You won’t regret it.