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You know you're an Apple fanatic, when your computer table is made entirely from MacBooks. The only thing that could possibly top this is a computer table made from Mac Pros, or so we think. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a video of someone with the most boring job in the universe.

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Apple touts its new 13-inch MacBook Pro Retina as the highest-resolution notebook ever. Its 13.3-inch display features 227 pixels per inch and a spectacular 2560 x 1600 screen resolution. This model can be configured with a 2.9GHz dual-core Intel i7 processor and up to 768GB of flash storage. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Finally, the MacBook Pro Retina receives some well deserved hands-on time in the hands of a few lucky press members. So far, everyone agrees that once you experience this 4.46-pound beast, you won't be going back to its non-Retina counterpart. Product page. Continue reading for the videos, pictures, and more information.

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As many predicted, the next-generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display does not include an optical drive, but that's not where the changes stop. You'll also get an updated (and smaller) MagSafe 2 power connector, two USB 3.0 ports, and two Thunderbolt ports. Continue reading to see more live pictures, a video, and additional information from today's WWDC 2012 event.

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Finally, after all the rumors and leaks, Apple officially unveiled the new Retina Display-equipped MacBook Pro today at WWDC 2012. At $2199, the base model comes with a 15.4-inch (2880 x 1800 resolution) display and an Ivy Bridge processor crammed into a 4.46-pound, 0.71-inch thin package. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Apple's MacBook Pro is about to get a refresh that resembles the design of the MacBook Air. In addition to ditching the optical drive, it features an Intel Ivy Bridge processor, 1080p FaceTime camera, a Retina Display, USB 3.0 ports, and possibly an NVIDIA GPU. Continue reading for more pictures and additional information.

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There have been several rumors circulating on the internet about Apple's forthcoming MacBook Pro refresh, and many sources say that the refreshed laptop will not have an optical drive. Well, designer Jorgen Langevad decided to show us what the actual device might look like, OLED (retina?) display and all. Click here to see more of today's most popular images, courtesy of Imgur.com. Continue reading to see Samsung's mind-blowing human face video mapping technology.

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Called the Magic MacBook Pro, this futuristic laptop "features a sliding trackpad that holds an iRemote [tablet] within; the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled device acts as function buff, allowing you to manage your music, media and 'computer stuff' in a streamlined way." Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video.

[via YankoDesign]

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Apple has just unveiled the new late 2011 MacBook Pro models. Now you can splurge on "a faster AMD Radeon HD 6770M discrete GPU with your 15-inch or 17-inch lappie." Best of all, the 15-inch model can now be equipped with a 2.4-GHz, quad-core Intel i7 processor. More information. Click here to see more.

Even better, there are some CPU improvements to be had: the 13-incher gets the option of a 2.8GHz Core i7 or a 2.4GHz Core i5 dual-core processor, instead of the previous entry-level 2.3GHz i5 (and it also gets its HDD notched up to a minimum 500GB, or max 750GB).
[via Engadget]

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That's right, a 2007 MacBook Pro prototype has surfaced on eBay, and it comes complete with "a 3G antenna, 3G hardware and SIM card slot built in." Unlike standard models, this one "carries a red motherboard which is typical of Apple prototypes." Click here for more pictures.

The seller also notes that the remnants of the SIM-card connectivity remain on the production motherboards but are not populated.
[via MacRumors - eBay]

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