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Apple Hardware

MacBook Pro Specs Leaked, iPad Event March 2 368

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the busy-week-for-apple dept.
Stoobalou updates us on the various Apple rumors, saying, "Snaps of Apple's imminent update to the MacBook Pro range have been leaked, confirming most of the rumors doing the rounds." Light Peak looks like it will be called Thunderbolt. The 13" will feature 2.3ghz Dual Core i5s and 4 gigs of RAM. In addition to the MacBook Pro rumors, the iPad update rumors have been confirmed, with invitations going out to the formal announcement on March 2.
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MacBook Pro Specs Leaked, iPad Event March 2

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  • Re:hmm (Score:2, Informative)

    by Sepultura (150245) on Wednesday February 23, 2011 @03:08PM (#35292612)

    Apple makes its fair share of gaffes, and it's not obvious that all of their design choices are worth the premium costs.

    While I agree with much of what you say I have to ask: What "premium costs"?

    Why are we still hearing this even though it's been shown for YEARS now to be a fallacy - ie. other manufacturers aren't significantly less expensive when comparing similarly spec'd hardware, and often have horrid designs to boot?

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