“Intro So here I go - I'm writing a review for the iPad. Why? I've been thinking a lot about mobile development recently for a passion project of mine as well as some new features for NBF. Got a friend with a pad and the owner of Mach 3 composites has offered to ship out some of his carbon fiber cases for review. So hey! why not? I will start by saying that I've never been much of an...” --Shaun
Brand:Apple Model:MacBook Air Processor Type:Intel Core 2 Duo LCD:13.3" Widescreen Video Card:Integrated Intel Media Accelerator X3100 Weight:3lbs Memory Maximum Amount:up to 2GB (1 slot) Memory Amount: Memory Speed:DDR2 667 Chipset:Intel 965GMS Screen Type:Glossy Native Resolution:1280 x 800 (WXGA) Second Monitor Output:Mini-DVI HDMI Out:No S-Video Out:No SLI support:No SLI...
“A great machine. First off I would like to say I am not a fan of Apple, with their generally proprietary products. But after having an Iphone, Ipad and tinkering with some old Mac books and getting given an iMac, I decided to take the plunge. Yes it is expensive compared to similar specced machines, but the build quality is second to none. The only reason I knocked half a star off is due to...” --Mr T
“Some necessary background: I have always been a "PC guy". I need to say that up front. Back in 2007, when I was looking for a replacement for my aging Acer Ferrari 3200 notebook, I went and looked at a MacBook Pro then, and although I thought they were nice, I couldn't pull the trigger on one, considering I was going to pay about $300 or more then I would pay for a similarly...” --Snowdog1967
“First off, I'm very OS neutral. I wanted to see what it was like working in the three envrionments. So, I have a PC with Gentoo Linux/Windows XP and now a Powerbook with OS X. You won't hear much about hardware in this review, because I don't know much about hardware =P. This review is meant for any CS students out there who wants a portable laptop and wants to try OS X as a programming...” --hbien
“macbook 3.1 From all the sub-notebooks that I have owned and tested, this macbook 3.1 stands out as a reliable mobile performer. Granted that it is Apple proprietaire piece of work, it lives up to the expectation of a fast, quiet, long-life battery performance. The design is simply "Apple". The cleanliness in form and lines is still carrying Apple Trademark - simple and cool. For...” --qhn
“Well this is my first reveiew I have wrote, and this is also the first Mac I have ever owned. I currently also own a Alien Ware M5550, IBM t42, Asus Z70VA and an HP Dv5000. Hands down this PowerBook blows them all away in ever aspect of computing. I will never own another system now after running Mac X 10.0 on this. The performance is amazing, the quality of build is above and beyond what I...” --Jacked
“LG C1 10.6" with Core Duo and Go7300 Some relatively better shot photos to start with ( sneaked from NBRs sister site, TabletPCReview.com) Introduction The quest for a small and powerful laptop is an elusive one. Powerful laptops like the XPS M1710 IMHO cease to be laptops while the really small and light ones are seriously strapped for power with a puny core solo or...” --Superczar
“Hello all, I'm updating this review and will be putting my updates in italics. I'm writing to give my impressions of a recent purchase, the 12" iBook. I purchased the iBook after a great deal of research for a small laptop. I’ve decided not to post any pics as they are readily available @ the Apple website. Thus far I have had my iBook for 3 weeks. 1st off let me say that I have...” --triadone
will feature Intel Core i5 or i3 from the 2nd generation (Sandy Bridge), maximum of 8GB of DD3, external graphics card (AMD Radeon HD6470M with 1024Mb DDR3 or Intel HD Graphics or Intel HD Graphics 3000), Sata HDD drive (between 320GB and 750GB) , along with the regular Wi-Fi, Gigabit LAN, MMC card reader (7-in-1) and a webcam.