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I finally decided to get a Mac, I was originally thinking a mac mini (I posted a few days before), but I decided to go with an iMac. So I ordered it earlier today.

The only question I have is there anything I should look out for or are there any tips for things I should know about?

2GB 667 DDR2 SDRAM - 2x1GB 
250GB Serial ATA drive 
ATI Radeon X1600/256MB VRAM 
SuperDrive 8x (DVD+R DL/DVD+RW/CD-RW) 
Keyboard & Mighty Mouse + Mac OS X - U.S. English 
Accessory kit 
AppleCare Protection Plan for iMac - Auto-enroll 
20-inch widescreen LCD 
2GHz Intel Core Duo 
AirPort Extreme 
Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR Memory


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Congrats on your purchase!

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Welcome to the wonderful world of Mac OS X. You'll be very happy with your purchase. :D

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I heard some things about the screens having problems (lines/artifacts) after sleep, so I hope I don't have that problem.

Does anyone know what the "Country Kit" is, everything else matches up from the original confirmation to the actual status screen except that.

So I would assume it matches with the "Accessory Kit"

Any ideas?

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Does anyone know what the "Country Kit" is...


Are you outside the US?

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No, I Live in Chicago

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When I got my IMac last week mine was listed with the country kit and I'm in Kentucky. I've never had a Mac before so I wouldn't know what to look for in the packaging.

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Would you suggest waiting a while or updating to the latest firmware/os version as soon as i get it?

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Always wait at least 48 hours before installing ANY update. It could wind up seriously screwing things up.

Of course, this is true for updates coming from any company, Microsoft and 3rd party vendors included.





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