Apple has released a number of new products over the last few days, but sadly none of them are specific to MacBook users. The team over at DestopReview.com has all of the details on the new 27-inch Cinema Displays, 12-core Mac Pros, Core i7 iMacs and more!
Today Apple unveiled the much-anticipated update to the MacBook Pro family of laptops which includes the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, new Nvidia graphics, and even high-capacity SSD options. Are these the perfect MacBook Pros you've been waiting for? Read on to find out.
Fifty seven million "media tablet PCs" will ship in 2015 according to analysts at ABI Research. That number is thirteen times the 4 million expected to ship this year.
Acer's Taiwan President recently said in a statement that it is not interested in producing an Apple iPad competitor.
The much-anticipated launch of the Apple iPad last week still has tech journalists talking. Consumers are on the fence about whether the iPad will define an all-new "media tablet" category or if this Apple product will go the way of the Newton. Keep reading to see what our readers have to say.
Today MSI announced that they were also bringing an iPad-like device to the table, powered by NVIDIA's Tegra 2 platform. This slate device will be priced right around $500, putting it head to head with the Apple iPad. No release date is set right now but MSI plans to start shipping models later this year. For more information and continuing coverage of the MSI Tablet head on over to Brighthand.com.
Today Apple announced the iPad, a new tablet device aimed to fill the gap between a mobile phone and notebook. The iPad offers a similar interface to the iPod and iPhone, but blown up to take advantage of the increased size and screen resolution. Priced at $499, is this the netbook replacement we have all been waiting for? We're going out on a limb and saying, YES.
Apple's upcoming tablet computer, which is expected to be unveiled tomorrow, has everyone talking. NotebookReview.com's Site Editor examines the most reliable rumors and explains why this will likely be the most important consumer electronic device since the iPhone.
Apple today updated its base $999 MacBook with a shiny white unibody chassis.
Apple has released two firmware updates for its latest MacBook Pro: one for Bluetooth and one for the 7200RPM hard drive noise issue.
The new 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro is a small refresh of the older unibody MacBook, with a brand new title, slightly better specs, and a much better price tag. Starting at $1,199 now instead of $1,299 the 13.3" MacBook Pro now offers larger internal battery, SD-Card slot in place of the ExpressCard, the return of FireWire 800, and a slightly newer processor. Overall a worthy refresh, so check out our first look to find out what we think about it.
Today at WWDC 2009 Apple released updates to the Macbook and Macbook Pro line of notebooks. The 15" MacBook Pro gets a new low starting price, builtin battery, and swaps the ExpressCard for a SD-Card reader. The 17" MacBook Pro gets a bump in speed, RAM, and hard drive capacity. The big news is the addition of a 13" MacBook Pro, starting at $1,199, with a standard backlit keyboard, new display, FireWire 800, better battery life, and SD card slot.
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