Who Would Want A 22-Inch Touchscreen iMac?

There used to be a time when it’s safe to invest in an Apple product to expect a 18-month gap before the next update. It’s no fault of Apple, technology is just moving so fast that if any Company doesn’t update with what’s new – they’ll lose out. The latest range of iMacs just got out not too long ago and already there are “rumors” of a 22-inch Touchscreen iMac hitting this year. Here’s my prediction. If the Apple Tablet is real and announced next week, the move to launch a Touchscreen iMac will only mean one thing. That we will all finally be able to do what those guys in the movie Avatar did. Slide some data off your main computer into a portable tablet device and continue reading, working, and pinching in-and-out while on-the go. It’s not that difficult, we already have an App for that. Check out BUMP for the iPhone. You can slide a photo from one screen and it appears on the screen on the other iPhone placed side by side. So who’s in line for these?

10 Responses to “Who Would Want A 22-Inch Touchscreen iMac?”

    • 2 BigMacky January 20, 2010 at 10:02 am


      Hahaha. Steve Jobs loves you! Personally, a touchscreen would not compel a purchase. Dell has an all-in-one touchscreen desktop computer now for 3k plus. Pointless. But if Apple could realize the Avatar scenario, maybe they’ve got something.

  1. 3 seebee0509 January 20, 2010 at 6:55 pm

    Great. Now Steve Jobs must come up with a new design of iMac because the screen is too high. Normal Asian people couldn’t reach it. 🙂

  2. 5 Joshua January 20, 2010 at 11:32 pm

    PC to tablet then from tablet to PC. If this happens I might just sell a kidney… The wait begins.

  3. 7 seebee0509 January 21, 2010 at 4:13 pm

    I mean your hand can’t reach the screen.

  4. 9 zzeed January 26, 2010 at 12:53 am


    I want! My pocket can’t reach it though. Not deep enough.

  5. 10 bosey23 February 28, 2010 at 7:31 pm

    yea too high.

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