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yes. having a touch surface at least 7" along the diagonal would be great news with those with some form of mobility disability or reduced dexterity (due to age).
the second generation Core i3, i5 and i7's are expected a bit sooner: Q1 2011http://www.anandtech.com/show/3922/i...cture-exposed/
the one that suits your needs and criteria.you would have to do some reading and/or engage in some discussion(s) which is exactly what you did leading up to your purchase of the iPhone.
that's quite the bold claim to consider their isn't a consumer market for a 7" tablet.
for cable lengths less than 15 metres, all HDMI cables are equally capable for carrying video and audio signals without issue. since signals are digital in HDMI, you either receive the signal or not. "better picture" is subjective and would only pertain to analogue signals like those carried across composite or component cables.
it's somewhat dangerous to be dismissive toward any company nowadays. things can and do change relatively quickly in the technology sector.
the upgrade is not worthwhile given your primarily usage of the iMac. assuming we're talking about the desktop i5, single-threaded apps will only run on a single active core (the other three cores will be down-clocked close to 0GHz). even though the remaining core will be overclocked to 3.2GHz maximum that won't help you read email faster or download content from the Internet any faster / better than a top-end i3.
i wouldn't be surprised if LG Display has samples in their lab(s).
i suspect, for senior citizens (aged 65 and above) especially, their reduced dexterity makes touch screen interfaces a bit tricky to use. also, font size and clarity becomes a much more important consideration as one grows older.
i heard many good things about Parallels. if i ever get a MacOS desktop or notebook i'll definitely give Parallels a trial run.
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