MacBook | Techno stream - Part 4

New MacBook review roundup: Ahead of its time?

Rubric MacBook | 10 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple MacBook Review: laptop of the future not ready for present. Reviewers praise the new MacBook’s design, keyboard, and trackpad. 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. With this machine Apple has imagined a laptop reduced to its essentials — a sharp, insanely thin screen, a flattened keyboard panel and a magical new glass trackpad. Early reviews of the new MacBook are in, and the consensus is that ...

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Here’s all the gold MacBook porn you didn’t know you wanted

Rubric MacBook | 10 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

2015 MacBook Review. That was the basic question I asked myself when reviewing Apple’s latest Mac, which bravely sports just one USB-C port to handle power, data input and output, accessories and display connections. That sleek aluminum shell, with its all-metal hinge and three distinct color options, is simply the best looking portable computer currently on the market. With this machine, available starting Friday, Apple has imagined a laptop reduced to its essentials—a sharp, insanely thin screen, a flattened keyboard panel and a magical new glass trackpad. Here in 2015, the majority of us still require two or three ports for connecting our hard drives, displays, phones and other devices ...

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Review: The new 12-inch MacBook is a laptop without an ecosystem

Rubric MacBook | 9 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

2015 MacBook Review. That was the basic question I asked myself when reviewing Apple’s latest Mac, which features the daring design decision of sporting just one USB-C port to handle power, data input and output, accessories and display connections. That sleek aluminum shell, with its all-metal hinge and three distinct color options, is simply the best looking portable computer currently on the market. With this machine, available starting Friday, Apple has imagined a laptop reduced to its essentials—a sharp, insanely thin screen, a flattened keyboard panel and a magical new glass trackpad. It involves Macs that get ever sleeker and simpler—but are still recognizable as conventional notebook ...

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Review: The new 12-inch MacBook is a laptop without an ecosystem

Rubric MacBook | 9 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

2015 MacBook Review. That was the basic question I asked myself when reviewing Apple’s latest Mac, which features the daring design decision of sporting just one USB-C port to handle power, data input and output, accessories and display connections. That sleek aluminum shell, with its all-metal hinge and three distinct color options, is simply the best looking portable computer currently on the market. With this machine, available starting Friday, Apple has imagined a laptop reduced to its essentials—a sharp, insanely thin screen, a flattened keyboard panel and a magical new glass trackpad. It involves Macs that get ever sleeker and simpler—but are still recognizable as conventional notebook ...

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Cheap USB-C Cables for Your MacBook Are Finally Here

Rubric MacBook | 8 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Cheap USB-C Cables for Your MacBook Are Finally Here. Cables—every nerd has a shoebox full of them, but never the one that’s really, really needed. When Apple announced its slender, pixel-packed new MacBook last month, it ushered in the era of USB-C, the next-generation port that handles all your charging and connectivity needs.USB Type-C devices are still extremely new, and if you’re unfamiliar with USB Type-C is then just as a recap, it’s a new USB standard which aims to bring tons of convenience and more functionality to something as simple as the USB cable.The USB-C connector will be compatible with Apple’s new line of MacBooks and Microsoft’s new Surface 3.0 tablet, as well ...

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Review: 13-inch 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina display

Rubric MacBook | 1 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 13-incher will STILL cost you a bomb: MacBook Air 2015. Apple Inc suppliers will begin mass producing displays as early as May 2014 for the next iPhone, expected to be launched this autumn, with a 4.7-inch screen likely to be produced first while a 5.5-inch version could be delayed, supply chain sources said. Japan Display Inc, Sharp Corp and South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd have all been tapped to make the screens, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. But that 1440×900 resolution is dead in the water these days – especially at Apple price levels – while the chunky metal bezel around the screen is the tech equivalent of those huge shoulderpads that Dame ...

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Review: 13-inch 2015 MacBook Pro with Retina display

Rubric MacBook | 1 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 13-incher will STILL cost you a bomb: MacBook Air 2015. Apple Inc suppliers will begin mass producing displays as early as May 2014 for the next iPhone, expected to be launched this autumn, with a 4.7-inch screen likely to be produced first while a 5.5-inch version could be delayed, supply chain sources said. Japan Display Inc, Sharp Corp and South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd have all been tapped to make the screens, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. But that 1440×900 resolution is dead in the water these days – especially at Apple price levels – while the chunky metal bezel around the screen is the tech equivalent of those huge shoulderpads that Dame ...

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MacBook Pro with Retina display review (13-inch, 2015)

Rubric MacBook | 1 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 13-incher will STILL cost you a bomb: MacBook Air 2015. Apple Inc suppliers will begin mass producing displays as early as May 2014 for the next iPhone, expected to be launched this autumn, with a 4.7-inch screen likely to be produced first while a 5.5-inch version could be delayed, supply chain sources said. Japan Display Inc, Sharp Corp and South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd have all been tapped to make the screens, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. But that 1440×900 resolution is dead in the water these days – especially at Apple price levels – while the chunky metal bezel around the screen is the tech equivalent of those huge shoulderpads that Dame ...

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MacBook Pro with Retina display review (13-inch, 2015)

Rubric MacBook | 1 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 13-incher will STILL cost you a bomb: MacBook Air 2015. Apple Inc suppliers will begin mass producing displays as early as May 2014 for the next iPhone, expected to be launched this autumn, with a 4.7-inch screen likely to be produced first while a 5.5-inch version could be delayed, supply chain sources said. Japan Display Inc, Sharp Corp and South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd have all been tapped to make the screens, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. But that 1440×900 resolution is dead in the water these days – especially at Apple price levels – while the chunky metal bezel around the screen is the tech equivalent of those huge shoulderpads that Dame ...

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MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: a surprising result

Rubric MacBook | 1 Apr 2015 | no comments yet »

Apple’s 13-incher will STILL cost you a bomb: MacBook Air 2015. Apple Inc suppliers will begin mass producing displays as early as May 2014 for the next iPhone, expected to be launched this autumn, with a 4.7-inch screen likely to be produced first while a 5.5-inch version could be delayed, supply chain sources said. Japan Display Inc, Sharp Corp and South Korea’s LG Display Co Ltd have all been tapped to make the screens, said the sources, who asked not to be identified. But that 1440×900 resolution is dead in the water these days – especially at Apple price levels – while the chunky metal bezel around the screen is the tech equivalent of those huge shoulderpads that Dame ...

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