Apple announces next generation iMac Tuesday at California Theater in San Jose, Calif.
The new iMac features a razor-thin design, no optical drive and a body that is 80 percent thinner than the previous model.
"The graphics will look like they're right on top of the glass," Apple senior vice president Phil Shiller.
The new iMac's also features a display that is 5mm thick, Intel's Ivy Bridge processor and a new storage design called Fusion storage, which is a combination of a solid-state drive and mechanical hard drive.
The 21.5-inch iMac starts at $1,299 and will ship in November. The 27-inch iMac starts at $1,799 and will ship in December.