Apple’s latest iMacs feature (optional) SSD drives and gamer-quality graphics

Apple iMacs 2010

Apple has just revamped their iMac line of desktop computers. The new 21.5″ and 27″ iMacs now feature Intel Core dual-core i3 and i5 and quad-core i5 and i7 processors. They also have new discrete ATI Radeoon HD graphics cards.

The 21.5″ models start at $1,199 and come with a 3.06/3.2GHz i3, 4GB RAM, 500/1000GB hard drive and ATI Radeon HD 4670/5670 with 256/512MB G-RAM and LED-backlist glossy widescreen TFT LCDs..

The 27″ model starts at $1,699 and come with 3.2GHz i3 or a quad-core 2.8GHz i5, 4GB RAM, 1TB hard drive, and ATI Radeon HD 5670/5750 with 512MB/1GB G-RAM.

Additionally, the 27″ models can get an optional 256GB SSD drive to act as either the primary or secondary drive.

All iMac comes with a Magic Mouse, and the Magic Trackpad is another option. For the eco-conscious amongst you, the iMacs also conform to Energy Star 5.0.

Full tech specs can be had at Apple’s website.