Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The New MacBook Pro is out.

Well we have all been waiting for the new revolution in laptops. Well we have it. The NEW APPLE MACBOOK PRO finally out. The long wait of apple fans and the suspense of others are at ease now.
This new note book brings with it a new standard for laptops all over.

Well this is no ordinary laptop. Powered with a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, it can do wonders. It also comes with a 2.53GHz processor or for extreme enthusiasts a 2.8GHz processor. You may expect all this processing to drain out your battery fast but Apple surprises us with battery with a working time of 5Hrs(Not bad Apple).Well we all have to agree that Apple does wonders. Well coming to storage, apple gives us a wide range of options.
  • 250GB or 320GB 5400-rpm Serial ATA hard drive
  • Optional 250GB or 320GB 7200-rpm hard drive
  • Optional 128GB solid-state drive
Thats just the beginning.

MacBooks were usually preferred by the professional class. When these glorious machines were presented to gamers, they appreciated it but turned away saying it was not made for them. It was like offering a Rolles Royce Phantom to a Nascar racer.

But now all that has changed. The wake of the new MacBook Pro powered with true graphics processing capabilities from the all new Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT has given rise to a new revolution for hard core gamers.

"Before the MacBooks had one major weakness, its Intel graphics card. But now all that's fixed, thanks to the new Nvidia." said a friend of mine, a hard core gamer.

Apple said that the new MacBook Pros will come out with the Nvidia GeForce 9400M or the much more powerful GeForce 9600M GT. Apple claims that its new machines are designed to offer UP TO 5 TIMES the graphics power of the previous MacBook Pros.

Well thats all for the gamers. Now lets see what the new MacBook offers for us, the non-gamers..

Apple always tries to make sure that it keeps some new interesting features along with the usual to keeps its products out of the normal. Apple decided to import the Multi-Touch trackpad from the MacBook Air which supports two-finger scrolling, pinch, rotate, three-finger swipe, four-finger swipe, tap, double-tap, and drag capabilities. Its also has a built in full-size backlit keyboard that keeps you going throughout the night. The screen is a 15.4-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display with support for millions of colors.

Again Apple doesnt let us down with a Built-in iSight camera, Built-in stereo speakers, a rewritable DVD player, Built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi wireless networking and many more features.

Well looks like Apple gets to keep it reputation coming out with such a majestic machine which just leaves us wondering.."WHATS NEXT"..

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