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.
Aesthetically speaking, the MacBook is a work of art, but to be honest, it lacks any sort of artwork / design. Thankfully, that can be solved with a stylish decal or two. Continue reading to see eighteen more cool designs.
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It's official, the new MacBook Pro (2011) starts at $1199, and comes with the rumored Thunderbolt port as well as a new HD camera for Facetime. Starting off, we have the $1199 13-inch model that features "a 2.3 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 and 320GB hard drive, or $1,499 for a 2.7 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5 and 500GB hard drive." That's not all, "you can expect to surf the web wirelessly for up to 7 hours on a single charge." More information. Click here for more pictures.
The 15-inch model comes with a 2.0 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7, AMD Radeon HD 6490M and 500GB hard drive for $1,799, otherwise pick up a model with 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7, AMD Radeon HD 6750M and 750GB hard drive for $2,199. The largest of all, the 17-incher has a 2.2 GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7, AMD Radeon HD 6750M and 750GB hard drive, and costs $2,499.
[via Engadget - Gizmodo]
Despite having the glowing Apple logo and OS X pre-installed, this laptop is no MacBook Pro. On the inside, you'll only find a "1.66GHz Atom D510 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive and NVIDIA's Ion 2 graphics platform." Click here for more pictures.
It includes three USB2.0 ports, built-in SD card reader, HDMI out, headphone jack, power plug, built-in 1.3MP camera, built-in AirPort Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n wireless network and 4200mAh battery.
[via Engadget - M.I.C. Gadget]
Sure, you *could* destroy a MacBook Pro should you hate Apple enough, but why not just trade in/sell the device for a PC rather than destroy it? That question will never be answered, or at least not by these guys. Video after the break.
Yes, Israeli police officers working at the border thought that this MacBook was a bomb and then destroyed it with gun shots -- doesn't seem like the smartest way to check for a bomb. On the bright side, "the young lady in question has been promised compensation." Continue reading for two more pictures.
Overzealous border security officers ask her a bunch of questions, take issue with her answers, and a few well-placed bullets later she is allowed entry into the country with a somewhat altered MacBook in tow.
[via Engadget - Flickr]