Cheap USB C cords on the way for the new MacBook

Rubric MacBook | 19 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 12-inch MacBook can use third-party USB Type-C cables. If you’re buying a new 12-inch MacBook and scrambling to find cables that work with the laptop’s new USB Type-C port, you have more options than Apple’s pricey cables.The new MacBook is out this week, and its most famous attribute — other than its heroin-addicted model skinniness — is its single USB-C port for power and everything else.Apple has just released their new 12-inch Macbookand it’s amazing like their other products with it’s thin-stylish design, outstanding resolution and comfortable typing pad. That one USB C port should be used for charging and file transfers, peripheral hookups, monitor connections ...

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New MacBook Critique: Stupidly Thin

Rubric MacBook | 17 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

HydraDock Adds 11 Ports to the New 12-Inch MacBook. Anybody considering the new Apple MacBook pauses when confronted by that single USB-C port — thinking about just how they would use their favorite accessories with that one port.HydraDock ends that whole line of thinking by giving you ports for anything you may want or need — from displays and networking, to storage and printers and cameras, to keyboards, mice, and trackpads, and more. 11 normal ports — not just one. While I’d anticipated many of the issues with a device with a single port using USB-C, a standard that is very thinly in the marketplace so far, both I and executive editor Susie Ochs were flummoxed by what we experienced. ...

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New MacBook Reviews Underwhelm – Too Much, Too Soon?

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. The latest iteration of Apple’s full-size notebook computer weighs in at two pounds, is 13.1 mm thin, and has a 12-inch so-called Retina display with edge-to-edge glass. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on a Mac laptop since the PowerBook G4 released a decade ago), and a single port to handle charging and physical connections. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that it’s probably the most beautiful laptop ever released, bar none – but that ...

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Inspector Gadget: MacBook a bit pricy, but lightweight and a beauty

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. The latest iteration of Apple’s full-size notebook computer weighs in at two pounds, is 13.1 mm thin, and has a 12-inch so-called Retina display with edge-to-edge glass. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on a Mac laptop since the PowerBook G4 released a decade ago), and a single port to handle charging and physical connections. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that it’s probably the most beautiful laptop ever released, bar none – but that ...

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Reviews Reveal The New MacBook The Future Of Laptops, But With A Catch

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. The laptop is Apple’s lightest and thinnest yet and borrows many of the iPad’s designs, including the lack of a fan. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on a Mac laptop since the PowerBook G4 released a decade ago), and a single port to handle charging and physical connections. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that it’s probably the most beautiful laptop ever released, bar none – but that it’s somewhat ill-equipped to deal with ...

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Reviews Reveal The New MacBook The Future Of Laptops, But With A Catch

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. The laptop is Apple’s lightest and thinnest yet and borrows many of the iPad’s designs, including the lack of a fan. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on a Mac laptop since the PowerBook G4 released a decade ago), and a single port to handle charging and physical connections. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that it’s probably the most beautiful laptop ever released, bar none – but that it’s somewhat ill-equipped to deal with ...

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REVIEW: New Macbook brings iPad’s minimalism to laptop

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. The laptop is Apple’s lightest and thinnest yet and borrows many of the iPad’s designs, including the lack of a fan. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on a Mac laptop since the PowerBook G4 released a decade ago), and a single port to handle charging and physical connections. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that it’s probably the most beautiful laptop ever released, bar none – but that it’s somewhat ill-equipped to deal with ...

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Surface Pro 3 vs. MacBook Air

Rubric MacBook | 13 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. Reviewers praise the new MacBook’s design, keyboard, and trackpad. Visitors to Apple’s website Friday morning, the first day the new computer was on sale, could still order the MacBook in gold, but will face a wait of three to four weeks until it ships. Even customers who don’t care as much about the novel color will face slight delays: the new silver and space gray models have waits of one to three days until they can ship. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on ...

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Review: New MacBook brings iPad’s minimalism to laptop

Rubric MacBook | 12 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple sells out of gold, space gray models of MacBook. Reviewers praise the new MacBook’s design, keyboard, and trackpad. Visitors to Apple’s website Friday morning, the first day the new computer was on sale, could still order the MacBook in gold, but will face a wait of three to four weeks until it ships. Even customers who don’t care as much about the novel color will face slight delays: the new silver and space gray models have waits of one to three days until they can ship. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard (a feature which hasn’t been present on ...

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New MacBook review roundup: Ahead of its time? (+video)

Rubric MacBook | 11 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple Watch buyers are pretty grumpy to hear delivery date pushed to June. Reviewers praise the new MacBook’s design, keyboard, and trackpad. The new MacBook is out today, if by “out” you mean “pretty much in hiding.” You can order one online, but if you were hoping to actually get one in your hot little hands today, you may find yourself disappointed. And that’s exactly what’s been happening around the globe so far as pre-ordering kicked off for the Apple Watch, the company’s first brand-new product in five years. At its “Spring Forward” media event last month, Apple announced a new vision for its MacBook laptop: a thinner screen, brand-new trackpad, edge-to-edge keyboard ...

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