Apple iMac with Thunderbolt

Apple iMac with Thunderbolt

Quad-Core Sandy Bridge i5 and i7 processors that help you get projects completed up to 70 percent sooner, high-speed Thunderbolt ports for data transfer and FaceTime HD cameras for friendly video chat and business conferences that’s what the new iMacs are made of. Let’s not forget that the new Thunderbolt iMacs also have 3x faster graphics thanks to updated Radeon HD graphics processors and come with your choice of either a Magic Mouse or a Magic Trackpad. First, the MacBook Pro received the Thunderbolt upgrade earlier in the year, now the iMacs get the highly anticipated, Thunderbolt refresh.

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Commodore Gaming Rigs

Commodore Gaming Rigs

I’m still waiting for somebody to say this is an elaborate hoax, but it seems to be that Commodore has grown tired of its old school image and is launching a series of gaming computers aimed at generation now.

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The Sony VAIO TP1 Media Center PC

The Sony VAIO TP1 Media Center PC

Compact desktops are sweet! Sony gets things off on the right foot during the week of CES 2007 with the Sony VAIO TP1. Quick specs on the TP1 include an Intel Core 2 Duo chip, 300GB hard drive, built-in Wi-Fi, an HDMI port (cables included), your standard DVD burner (dual layer), TV tuner and a card slot for your Sony Memory Sticks (CompactFlash is supported too).

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Best. Mac. Ever. The Mac Pro

Best. Mac. Ever. The Mac Pro

Apple today announced the Mac Pro, completing the shift over to Intel. Intel Dual Core 64bit Xeon processors, which run up to 3GHz. 4MB of shared L2 cache, a sweet 1.33GHz Front Side Bus, four channel 256-bit 667MHZ memory.

Starting at $2,499, the Mac Pro gets you two 2.66GHz dual-core Xeon processors, 1GB of memory, 250GB storage and nVidia GeForce 7300GT gfx card.

From there it is only your desire holding you back as 3GHz proccessors, 16GB of RAM, 2 terrabytes of storage and upgraded video including an nVidia Quadro FX4500 or a Radeon X1900 XT are some of the options at your disposal.

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Apple Drops CRT Monitors Rolls Out New iMac for Education

Apple Drops CRT Monitors Rolls Out New iMac for Education

Apple Computer Inc. leads the way. Innovation, lawsuits, creating buyer frenzy and now dropping CRT displays in favor of sexy flat panels. Bravo. At the same time the Macintosh maker roller out a specially priced iMac for qualified students and educators. The new iMac isn’t low-rent either, 17-inch widescreen, 1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo and 512MB of memory. Now let’s see them do the same thing with the Powerbook students everywhere will be impressed being that most students are always on the go. In the meantime grab the $899 iMac for Education!
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