iMac Follows The iPhone For Touch Capabilities?
Nope, this not a scam. However the touch functionality enabled for iMacs hasn’t been backed by Apple either. In fact, this is a modification of the popular Apple series of desktop computers to include touchscreen functionality by a company called Troll Touch.
There’s no significant physical modifications, but the only difference is that you dump the mouse in exchange for your fingers to use it.
So if you decide to get a touch enabled iMac, be sure to use a nice screen protector to protect the screen from the abuse of greasy fingers. Other than that it will surely provide a similar way for iPhone fans to use their iMacs.
The 20 inch model (I can’t resist calling it iMac Touch) goes for US$2,299 (SGD$3,323).