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Here’s A Fully Maxed Out Mac Pro Spec Sheet And Cost

We’ve already talked about the new Mac Pro pricing and availability. It officially went on sale on Apple’s website today, and already, shipping estimates have been pushed out to February. That indicates there was more demand for the Mac Pro than Apple had expected. The base model starts at $3,000, which doesn’t include a monitor. [...]

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Apple’s New Mac Pro Finally Going on Sale Today; Starts at $2,999

When the original Apple I went on sale in July 1976, it had a sticker price of $666.66. Adjusted for inflation, that’d be the equivalent to $2,735 today. Apple’s latest top of the line desktop PC starts at a comparable price: $2,999. It’ll be available starting today, December 19, on Apple’s website and in retail [...]

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Cardboard USB Flash Drives: Disposable Storage

I love clever little concepts like this. The price of USB flash drives are plummeting as fast as the price of 3.5” floppy disks once did. It won’t be too long before something like this comes true: Disposable Flash Drives Concept-design for tear-off, disposable flash-drives from Art Lebedev, who predicts, “Stick will become even simpler [...]

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What the iPhone 5′s Lightning port means for your accessories

Three things you need to know about the new Lightning cable in the iPhone 5: 1- Many of your accessories won’t work even with an adaptor The 30 pin connector took advantage of an analog signal. That means that the iPhone was sending out a video and audio signal similar to what you’d expect over [...]

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The new iPhone connector cable looks like it’s from the future

There has been a constant stream of part leaks for the next iPhone. French sites, chinese sites, and even brazillian sites are all getting in on the part leak train. New parts that have leaked include the speakers, the headset jack, and of course the backplate and glass panel. Two of the more recent parts [...]

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Do you think we need a new Mac Pro?

Sandy Bridge was released a while back, and Ivy Bridge is on the way but it doesn’t look like Apple has plans to put these chips in their Mac Pro line. AppleInsider is reporting that despite the Mac Pro having a fully development revision, it will likely not see the light of day. They have [...]

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The New iMacs

Apple recently released their new line of iMac desktop computers, upgraded with all the Sandy Bridge bells and whistles you can expect from computers these days.  Following the recent updating of their MacBook lineup, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that the iMacs were next in line. Sporting the new i5 and i7 [...]

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HTC Thunderbolt Sells for $130 on Amazon

If you are a new Verizon customer, you were in luck over the weekend. Verizon was offering new customers the opportunity to buy the HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon’s new super-phone, for only $130 this past weekend. The deal was set to end Monday at midnight. Those who were lucky enough to cash in on this deal [...]

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Personal MacBook Pro Review

Well folks, my happiest posts on this blog are when I am reviewing tech of my own. This is one of those posts. Last week I upgraded my 3 year old (technically 4 years old as I got it on close out) MacBook Pro with a fancy, shiny new one. Yes. A 15″ MacBook Pro [...]

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Rumors of iPad 8 Revealed

With the iPad 2′s release 3 weeks ago today and rumors of an iPad 3 slated for a fall 2011 release, a tipster within the Cupertino company has leaked some information on the iPad 8, slated for a 2014 release. “Even thinner and more magical and revolutionary” was the hushed word from the anonymous source [...]

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