Apple released an update for its Early 200917-inch unibody MacBook Pro, designed to address graphical distortion issues users have been experiencing.
Apple has quietly updated its white MacBook with the Intel Montevina platform.
Apple just announced a refresh to the 17 MacBook Pro, giving it the same treatment as the new 13.3 MacBook and 15.4 MacBook Pro. The updated design has frame cut from a single block of aluminum, larger glass surface multitouch touchpad, and non-user replaceable battery. With up to 8 hours of battery life, Apple hopes this is long enough where users wont need to swap batteries on the road.
Now that we've published our review of the new Apple MacBook, one of our forum members, regular contributors, and long-time Apple lovers decided to sit down and share his thoughts about the latest releases from Apple. Are the MacBook and MacBook Pro the perfect laptops for average consumers, or have you been watching one too many "I'm a Mac" commercials?
Apple just released a complete refresh to the Macbook Pro as well as a new upgraded Macbook. Both of these notebooks offer a revolutionary solid brick manufacturing process similar to the Macbook Air, where the notebook body is formed from a single block of aluminum. Keep reading to see what the newest members of the MacBook family have to offer.Announces
The recent rumors of Apple announcing a new batch of notebooks on October 14th has come to fruition. Apple today sent invites for a San Francisco event next Tuesday, the messaging on the invite bares the words "The spotlight turns to notebooks."
The team over at Engadget managed to make friends with someone over at Dell long enough to acquire leaked information about the new Dell mini notebook: the Dell E. As if this new 8.9" mini notebook wasn't impressive enough, we've also learned that Dell will be releasing a 12.1" version of the same notebook called the "E Slim" that will directly compete against 13.3" thin notebooks like the Apple MacBook Air, Lenovo ThinkPad X300, and the new Voodoo Envy 133.
Today in Germany, Voodoo by HP released the new thin and light Envy 133, offering up a bit more competition to notebooks such as the Lenovo X300 and Apple Macbook Air. This new ultraportable notebook holds nothing back as it goes head to head with the competition, with a full range of features that almost every business user will be sure to love.
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