It's enough to give anyone an inferiority complex. The iMac has had to endure insufferable attention to such smaller siblings as the Shuffle, which has been adorned inand --for $20,000 and $10,000, respectively. But now it's the desktop's time to shine, quite literally, albeit for much more modest sums.
Chromac, as you might surmise by its name, will apply a chrome patina to your iMac that would make hold up next to any . Several other finishes are available too for prices around $400 or $500, according to Gizmodo, but none make nearly as much of a statement in our opinion. After all, as will tell you, chrome is the new gold.