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MacBook Pro specs revealed

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on February 23rd, 2011

Looks like some Germans have gotten their hands on a blurry photograph of the new MacBook Pro specs and posted it online. Spotted in the photograph, Intel’s new Light Peak port, which will transfer files at 10Gbps, has been renamed Thunderbolt.

But if this is the real image, it’s mostly unimpressive, beyond that Thunderbolt port, Intel HD 3000 Graphics, an SDXC slot and FaceTime HD capabilities. Maybe it will feature some great design to make up for it’s unexciting specs.

New MacBook Pros may get SSD booting, large trackpads

Posted in MacBook by Reuben Drake on February 21st, 2011

Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pro update could take some cues from the new MacBook Air. They wouldn’t use SSD-only storage but would get an 8GB or 16GB boot drive for the OS either way. This move would let the MacBook Pros get the quick boot and fast resume support of the Air without sacrificing anything in storage.

They may also be getting larger trackpads than the ones available today. They may also get lighter, by as much as half a pound on average, but we don’t know how this would be accomplished.

Best Buy adds new Apple laptop SKUs to its systems

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on February 20th, 2011

Best Buy’s laptop discovery tool is giving away some secrets by listing a set of “new SKU” laptops from Apple before the company has had a chance to even announce them. Well, we already knew something was coming anyway, but it looks like this lends some credence to recent rumors of a MacBook Pro refresh coming next week.

The prices are $1,199, $1,499, $1,799, and $2,199, all of which are presently occupied by current-gen 13- and 15-inch MBP versions. There is also an additional $2,499 price for a laptop shown as “New SKU I,” which is probably an upgrade to Apple’s 17-inch model.

New MacBook Pros launching next week?

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2011

We now have more rumors of new MacBook Pros again, but then again when don’t we? These latest leaks narrow the MacBook Pros down to next week. Previously there was an early March target, According to AppleInsider’s contacts,several Apple divisions were being asked to ready for a “significant product launch.”

This news isn’t official of course, but it does make sense as the device should be ready for an update. Other sources had the systems arriving on Thursday, February 24. They are expected to use Core processors based on Intel’s Sandy Bridge to improve performance.

FunctionFlip helps you reclaim your Mac’s function keys

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2011

If you own a Mac it can be a pain in the neck, or the fingers, always pressing the ‘fn’ key to access the f1-12 keys on the keyboard. But now there is an application called FunctionFlip that allows you to program the keys and their functions to your requirements.

FunctionFlip individually controls your MacBook or MacBook Pro’s function keys, turning special keys back to regular F-keys, or vice-versa. It’s compatible with all MacBooks and MacBook Pros, recent Apple external keyboards, iBooks, and PowerBooks. This will make life just a tad easier.

mBrace adds a handle to your MacBook Pro

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on January 20th, 2011

Man, it is so tough to carry around a Macbook Pro. If only it had some sort of handle that could make you look like a business douche. Well, such a thing actually exists. It’s a new invention posted on the Kickstarter website. The new mBrace adds a carrying handle to your 15″ unibody Macbook Pro to help you carry it around the office.

The handle is made from high quality Acetal plastic and is incredibly strong Uretek fabric. It easily secures to a Macbook and can be left in place without affecting its day to day use.

Turn your MacBook into a Hal 9000

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on October 4th, 2010

Open the drive bay doors Hal. I need to put my disc in. I’m sorry Dave I can’t do that. This decal is awesome. It may not turn your MacBook into a real Hal 9000 computer, but that’s okay. You don’t want your computer trying to kill you anyway.

This is just a nice decal without all of the murder in deep space. The Hal 9000 MacBook decal is available for the 13 inch MacBook, 13, 15 and 17 inch MacBook Pro’s for just $15 each.

New MacBook Pros running hot

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2010

Macs never have problems. Or so I have heard. They run perfectly and they are pretty. The end. If only that were the case. According to reviewers at PC Authority, that new Core i7 processor inside is heating up. I mean really heating up. In a bad way. Like, reaching 100°C.

If you have one of these on your lap, your nads will be fried pretty quickly, or it will at least prevent you from having children. Ouch!

Henge Docks turn your MacBook Pro into a Desktop

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on April 20th, 2010

Henge Docks has a new docking station for Apple’s MacBook Pros. The device turns your MacBook Pro into a desktop setup or a home theater system. That way you get the best features of a laptop, desktop and media center PC all from one device.

Each Henge Dock model is designed for a specific type of MacBook and features custom USB, Ethernet, audio cables and in some models Firewire cables. The Henge Docks will cost you $59.95 each.

New MacBook Pros with Core i5 and i7 Processors

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2010

The new MacBook Pros are finally here, and both the 15 and 17-inch models are loaded with Intel’s Core i5 and i7 processors along with new display options, but the 13-inch model has just a Core2Duo and the same price. The base MBP 17 drops is now $2,300 while the base MBP 15 is $1800.

All the new models come with 4GB of RAM, expandable to 8GB. The Core i7 processors are options for both the 15 and 17-inch models, which include NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 330M discrete graphics. The 13-inch MBP includes a custom-made NVIDIA 320M GPU.

MacBook Pro clone powered by Dual-core Atom and ION2

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on March 30th, 2010

Sure, this looks like Apple’s MacBook Pro, but looks can be deceiving. Look closer and you’ll find that it’s really a clone. A clone powered by either a single core Atom N450 or dual-core Atom D510, coupled with NVIDIA’s ION2.

We don’t know what operating system this computer is running, but there’s a good chance that it’s Windows 7. No word on pricing or availability yet either, but you can expect the specs of this cloned MacBook Pro to include Atom N450 or D510 processors, 1-2GB DDR2 RAM, 160GB-320GB hard disk, 14.1-inch 1366 x 768 display, and Bluetooth.

MacBook update rumors circulate

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on February 18th, 2010

he fountain of Apple rumors never runs dry. Almost as soon as rumors about a new Apple product turn out to be true when products are unveiled, rumors about the next version of the same product start. It’s a vicious cycle. The latest rumor has updates for MacBook Pro notebooks coming soon.

Rumors are popping up all over the place that the line will get unspecified updates. It has been a while since the MacBook Pro range was updated, so updates are sure to be coming soon. These rumors point to March 14 for the updates to land.

Intel promo flier allegedly reveals MacBook Pro with Intel Core i5 processor

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on January 14th, 2010

An e-mail sent to members of Intel’s Retail Edge promotional program highlight an upcoming MacBook Pro from Apple with a new Core i5 processor. The promotion was included in an e-mail sent to members of the Intel Retail Edge Program. It reads: “January Prize Draw: Win a MacBook Pro. Pass this month’s trainings for 2 chances to win one of 2 MacBook Pro laptops with the accelerated response of an Intel Core i5 processor.”

Right now, the top MacBook Pro has an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Last week at CES, Intel formally introduced the new line of processors, which included the new Core i3, i5 and i7 chips. The mobile Core i5 has been considered a likely candidate for a MacBook Pro refresh.

[Appleinsider]

Matte Black MacBook Pro

Posted in MacBook by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2009

Matte Black MacBook ProThis $6000 Colorware MacBook Pro is so black that it may just suck up starlight, planets, ships named Enterprise and even slurp up a galaxy or two for dessert. It’s the ultimate in stealth computing. Do you like what you see? Too bad.

There are only ten available, costing $6000 each. So you and I won’t be laying hands on it. But we can still admire it’s pitch black stealthiness and pretend.

New 15-Inch MacBook Pro features 7-Hour Battery Life, SD card slot

Posted in Apple by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2009

New 15-Inch MacBook Pro features 7-Hour Battery Life, SD card slotToday Apple announced new MacBook Pro models with the same upgraded, 7-hour battery life as the 17-inch MacBook Pro, more memory, a processor upgrade, and storage, as well as an SD-card slot. They are shipping today.

According to Apple, the battery will last 5 years or 1,000 recharges since it’s non-removable. The base model features a 3.06 GHz Dual Core Intel processor, 4GB of memory, a 250GB 5400rpm HDD, and an upgraded display at $1,699. That’s $300 less than the current model. If you want to upgrade to a 2.66GHz processor with a 320GB hard drive, that’ll cost you $1,999, while the 2.8GHz model with a 500GB hard drive will hit at $2,299.


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