Apple Displays

Refurbished Apple Monitor

If you’re looking for a powerful, high-resolution computer monitor but don’t really fancy forking out truckloads from your bank account to get it, then look no further.

A refurbished apple monitor is the perfect option for you should you be looking to save money without having to compromise product quality. Refurbished products are second hand items that are restored to their former working condition so that they perform as if they were brand new. The bonus is that you don’t pay the full price… it’s a win-win!

Here, at Affordable Mac, you’ll find a nice range of varied Apple Displays. Whether it’s an Apple Thunderbolt Display or an Apple Cinema Display, we’ve got a great selection of Apple monitors for you to choose from (all at great prices!). So, what’s so great about these Apple computer monitors…?

Apple Cinema Display

The Apple Cinema Display is a standalone computer monitor. Production of the Apple Cinema Display has been discontinued, so the only way you can get your hands on one of these is by purchasing it second-hand.
The Apple 20-Inch Cinema Display, designed to aesthetically complement the previously introduced Power Macintosh G5 and PowerBook G4 models, features a 20-inch wide-format (1680×1050) active-matrix LCD display and dual FireWire “400” and dual USB 2.0 ports.

It is housed in an aluminium design with a very thin bezel, suspended by an aluminium stand with an adjustable hinge that makes tilting the display almost effortless”, and supports the Electronics Standards Association mounting interface standard which makes it easy to mount this display on a kiosk, wall, or articulating arm.

Apple Thunderbolt Display

The Apple Thunderbolt Display is intended to be the “ultimate docking station” for a Thunderbolt-equipped Mac notebook (it is not compatible with earlier Macs). Thunderbolt makes it possible to connect one cable and use this display’s built-in FaceTime HD camera, mic, 2.1 speakers, three USB 2.0 ports, single Firewire “800” port, single Gigabit Ethernet port, and Thunderbolt port. In addition to the built-in Thunderbolt cable, the display also has a built-in MagSafe connector that charges a Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Air or MacBook Pro.