Ccat Persuasive

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Billy Schievelbein
Coach Ashley
CCAT – 5th Period
11/03/15

In the fall I will be attending college. For my life-long adventure I must prepare myself to gather tools and information to help in my experience to be successful in college. I have done extensive research in choosing a computer to help me succeed.
I am choosing the iMac because it has the leading top graphics of all computers. It has one of the smoothest keyboards on the market. The iMac also has a high connection speed in order for me to research and keep up with my studies and homework. One of the draw backs for these features you will be paying more than the average price for a Microsoft computer. So on a tight budget going to college this will limit you on other expenses.
For the student version of the iMac it costs about $1249.00. But there is a program for parents buying devices for their college students called “Education Pricing” that will help with the cost. Also, there are payment plans available to help to purchase the desktop. Wifi charges will be something I will need to help with on the cost monthly. I plan to have a part time job when I get my driver’s license so that in this way I can help with the wifi, and also other expenses that will come up when I start college.
The iMac is loaded with all kinds of features. It has a 21.5-inch screen. There is a face time camera, stereo speakers, dual microphones, and a head phone jack. It has a wireless keyboard and it is rechargeable! Great for research and using different screens at one time.
Apple tops in reliability based on Computer Reports and received a 78 percent rating for customer satisfaction against Dell and Lenovo to name a few. Popular mechanics magazine votes iMac computer as the number one PC of the year 2014.
“iMac is not just the color or translucence or the shape of the shell. The essence of the iMac is to be the finest…...

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