What does Apple has in store for its Mac users? We discussed about that two days back. Now, let us take a deep look at the new MacBooks and MacBook Pros with respect to their technical specifications. The new Macs offer full value to the consumers with higher performance and speed as compared to the earlier ones. Here is a brief analyzation of both the new models. The new MacBook Pro is indeed a Pro The features of the new MacBook Pro that appeal to me the most are its business-styled make, capability to hold up to 3GB RAM, enhanced graphics card ATI’s Latest News about ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 with 256MB RAM, and more powerful processor. While in the MacBooks, there is an Intel graphics processor with 64MB RAM shared with main memory. MacBook Pros are available both in 15-inches and 17-inches models. The 15-inches MacBook Pro comes with a 2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, the highest clocking Core 2 Duo processor to date. The 17-incher seems to be a perfect choice for an on-the-move filmmaker or a photography enthusiast. Pricing start at $2,799 for the 17-incher and $2,499 for the 15-incher with the T7600 processor, and $1,999 for the 15-incher with the T7400 processor. Apple has made its machines as powerful as their Windows counterpart. Other than that, the new Pros run cooler than the earlier one and offer a 10% speed bump. MacBook also worth a pick The MacBook that costs somewhat around $800 less than that of MacBook Pro will not let the users down as it comes stuffed with tempting set of features. The new MacBooks coming in a new improved model boasts an Intel Core 2 Duo processor clocked at 2.0GHz, up to 2GB of RAM, and 160GB hard drive. Anyway, the users can go for 200GB hard drive with both the MacBooks and the MacBook Pros. Along with the chic make, the MacBook features built-in WiFi, good sound quality, good number of ports, and iSight camera. Other than the Mac OS, users can also run the Microsoft Latest News about Microsoft Windows with Parallels Workstation software. Moreover, Apple has also planned to roll out Blu-ray drive equipped Macs in the month of February. Well, whether you go for a MacBook or a MacBook Pro, they will prove out to be true value for your money.
Posted by admin on June 19, 2012