Why bother with an iMac or Mac Mini, when you could just bring the TapTop anywhere? This Touch Bar-inspired computer boasts a pill-shaped design, and comes equipped with a touchscreen OLED display that doubles as an OS X application launcher. Aside from launching applications, the touch interface also lets you activate Siri, volume controls, and lots more. Continue reading for additional pictures and information.
The iMac Pro will be officially in stores on December 14th, but the AirPower Wireless Charging Pad is still months away. What happens when you combine the two products? This sleek model with a dual-purpose stand that doubles as a charging pad for both your iPhone and Apple Watch. Pricing starts at $4,999 for the iMAc Pro, and comes equipped with up to an 18-core Xeon processor, 128GB of memory, 4TB of storage, as well as a Radeon Pro Vega graphics card. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more pictures.
Apple has officially unveiled the iMac Pro, and it’s a monster. Priced from $5,000 USD, this monster features a 27-inch Retina 5K display with support for 1 billion colors, up to 18 Intel Xeon processors offering 22 Teraflops of graphics computation, and last, but not least, AMD’s all-new Radeon Pro Vega GPU with 16GB of VRAM, 128GB of ECC RAM, and the capability to host up to 4TB of SSD storage. Continue reading for a hands-on video, more pictures and information.
It’s only a matter of time before Apple releases a touchscreen iMac, but this design gives us a first look at what it may look like. Available in both 21.5″ or 27″ sizes, the iMac Flow is essentially a giant iPad Pro, minus the ports, but with an integrated stand, which includes a built-in TouchID sensor for added security, and a sapphire glass display. continue reading for more pictures.
Curved/labs unveils the “eMac”, which is essentially an iPad Pro in desktop form, running OS X. One main difference is that it includes a front-facing dual camera for 3D image capture scanning, while offering built-in stereo speakers. If these concepts were to ever become a reality, expect it to be available in silver, space grey, gold, rose gold, and blue aluminum colors. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny video game pictures and computer setups gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of downhill skateboarding, without the skateboard.
We have seen the future of Apple, and it might include an all-in-one device that would have the power of an iMac, combined with the portability of the iPad. The LightMac may seem far-fetched right now, but just imagine being able to throw a Mac Mini-sized device with modular accessories into your suitcase whilst traveling. After arriving, simple attach external modules depending on what kind of power you may need – extra hard drives, a projector, etc. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
What happens when someone decides to prank random people in public places by purposely breaking iMacs? Lots of strange reactions, including a man that does not hesitate to lay all blame on the person carrying the iMacs. Fortunately, the only items inside the boxes were just nails, along with other glass objects, to produce the shattering sound when dropped. Continue reading to see the reactions that ensued.
For those who prefer Windows-powered computer systems, but want the all-in-one form factor of Apple’s iMac, look no further than Lavi’s knockoff. At $621, you’ll get a 21.5-inch (1920×1080) display, 4GB RAM, a 2.9GHz Intel i5 quad-core CPU and a 500GB hard drive (5400 rpm) or a 128GB SSD. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Apple’s iMac has long been known to be essential for photographers / graphic artists, and the latest refresh is no exception. It features the latest Intel Ivy Bridge i5 / i7 processors (up to 3.4-GHz), 32GB of user configurable RAM (27″ model only), Fusion Drive (SSD + HDD), and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX graphics. Continue reading for a hands-on video of the new iMac, more pictures, and additional information.
To most PC users unfamiliar with Apple’s offerings, this iMac may appear to be the real deal, but it’s actually a low-quality clone. Featuring a “21.5in (1920 x 1080) display, a 1.8GHz dual-core Atom D525 processor, integrated Intel GMA3150 graphics, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, DVD burner, four USB 2.0 ports, HDMI-in, VGA, among other standard fare.” Continue reading for more pictures and additional information.