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As we got Apple's new iMac unboxed and prepped for its benchmark tests, we snapped some quick shots to give you a glimpse at the new aluminum-and-glass design.

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The iMac comes bundled with a new keyboard and the updated iLife '08 but the same Mighty Mouse and Front Row remote control.

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The iMac trades its white, Lucite plastic shell for anodized aluminum. The screen bezel is much thinner along the sides and top, and the glossy display features a coating made of recycled glass.

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The simple, elegant stand looks nearly the same as previous iMacs, while the back of the iMac goes from white to black.

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The iMac in profile; it would seem next to impossible to design an all-in-one PC that's any thinner. That slot you see is the side-loading SuperDrive.

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The iMac now comes with an even thinner keyboard that matches the new aluminum look of the desktop.

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When we powered on the iMac, we realized the screen doesn't stretch all the way to the edge, thanks to the one-inch black border that surrounds the display. How much more would the 24-inch model set us back?

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