Apple iMac with Retina Display

When you're editing high-resolution photos or video, it helps to have all the pixels you can. And you're not going to find more pixels than you will on the Apple iMac with Retina Display. Sporting an insane 5120 x 2880 resolution, the new all-in-one allows you to edit pixel-for-pixel 4K video with room left over, while improving contrast ratio and reducing power consumption. Other features include a 3.5 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 or 4 GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, speedy Fusion Drive storage, dual Thunderbolt 2 ports, the fastest graphics ever offered on an iMac, and a sleek aluminum body that's just 5mm thick at the edges.

  • KeyDisk

    Ditch that janitor-like bulge of keys you carry around and put them back in your pocket where they belong with the KeyDisk. Built using sandblasted and anodized aluminum, it weighs just over an ounce, measures just two and a half inches across, and holds up to six keys using aluminum screws places through the holes, letting you expose only the one you need at the moment, while keeping the rest out of sight. You can even attach it to a standard keychain — but what's the point of that?

  • Plastc Card

    Should Apple get their way, we'll all be paying for stuff with our phones/watches in the very near future — but if you'd like to consolidate your wallet without giving it up completely, the Plastc Card is for you. Meant to replace up to 20 cards while being nearly future-proof, it features a magnetic stripe, barcode display, NFC, Chip, and PIN capabilities, Bluetooth for syncing with the sleek app (that also lets you check your many balances in one place), and wireless charging. Best of all, you control the action via an E-ink touchscreen, giving you security measures and convenience that competing cards just can't offer.

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