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    iMac Meets Its Slow-Mo Death

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    After six years of filming explosions on high-speed cinema cameras in their back garden, The Slow Mo Guys came up with a fresh idea to annihilate an iMac using a combustion tube.

    The footage shows the computer being destroyed at 28,500 frames per second — a spectacle both stunning and terrifying.

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