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Turn Your Apple Desktop Into A Touchscreen Display With A Special Cover [Video]

Written on September 13, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Zorro Macsk makes use of infrared technology to transform an ordinary monitor to a touchscreen display

MD Touch has created a special cover that turns an ordinary Apple monitor into a touchscreen display. The Zorro Macsk is a device that was designed and manufactured in China.

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Apple, Offering Discounted iMac Models for Schools

Written on August 09, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Apple launches its iMac products priced at $999 for education sectors.

Recently, Apple has quietly released a new version of iMac for educational institutions, targeting colleges and universities. The device, which is a slimmed-down 21.5″ model, will be available for a retail price of $999 — discounted from the original pricing of $1199.

Although the product’s price seems to be very economical, the education-only iMac still includes some features that will surely grab the institutions’ attention. The model will be sporting a 3.1Ghz Intel Core i3 dual-core processor, 2GB RAM and a 250GB hard disk. It will also run on the latest Mac OS X Lion operating system.

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Thunderbolt I/O Strikes on New Quad-Core Apple iMacs

Written on May 04, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Hear the speed-shattering roar of Thunderbolt and Intel quad-core processors in Apple's new iMac line-up.

If there’s anything users would want from Apple iMacs other than its sleek and slender design, it’s their sweet sounding specs that resonate the brilliance of human ingenuity. Apple has recently updated its Apple iMac line-up with nothing less than the incredible speed of Thunderbolt I/O connection ports, Intel’s new quad-core Sandy Bridge processors, and FaceTime HD. Of course, brilliance has a price, but you couldn’t care less, right?

Hit the break to see the line-up and a quick look at the specs.

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The “Revolutionary” Apple Products

Written on January 09, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Revolutionary. It is always present on any of Apple's new products. Are they really an innovation or just a reiteration of other manufacturer's technology? Gadg is giving you a trip down memory lane of Apple's products.

Since Apple’s press release in 1999, everything seems to be revolutionary. The Cupertino-based company declared a revolution for software, Macs, CD and DVD drives, iPods, iPhones and iPad. Some of those “revolutionary” products no longer exist, while others are just refined implementations of technologies that were already done by others. Just yesterday when Apple launched its Mac App Store, its press release said, “The Mac App Store brings the revolutionary App Store experience to the Mac.” Again, another revolutionary product.

Regardless, if it comes from Apple, it must be revolutionary. The trip down memory lane of Apple’s “revolutionary” products since 1999 to present is available after the break. Fasten your seat belts, folks!

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An Early Holiday Wish List

Written on November 16, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Have you start writing your wish list? Let us help with completing your holiday must-haves with the things enumerated below.

This holiday season, people have the money to spend on luxurious items. But wait, before you start your hoilday shopping, why not read the best gadgets listed below. Check out the top devices which made it to the list. These gadgets are the best things that companies like Apple, Sony, Microsoft, Samsung, HTC and Nintendo can offer. Choose the things you want on your wish list. Included in the list are cameras, games consoles, cellphone and even a car.

See the ultimate wish list after the skip.

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The Next iPad Might Be an iMac

Written on August 24, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Apple's flair for high touch might soon translate to this formula: iMac + iPad = iMac Touch.

If recent patent filings are an indicator, the next generation of the iPad to obsess with will be an iMac. Filed in September 2009 and published in January 2010, the European patents cover a system for an iMac Touch, “a device that acts like a standard desktop computer in one orientation and a tablet in another.”

Here is the drill: The device works as a standard iMac or flatscreen monitor in the upright position, and its controls are still wired in the mouse and keyboard. When tilted, the controls shift to multi-touch and the operating system switches from Mac OS X to iOS, all through the work of an accelerometer.

The document also outlines a system that would allow peripheral control of an iPhone or an iPad from the iMac Touch. The idea of seamless switching control modes and operating systems brings the best of both worlds from two previous Apple devices. Dual function seems to be an interesting pick-up point for the Apple-savvy. Imagine how many users have been wishing for their MacBook and iPad to be combined into one super device.

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Apple iMac: Suffering from Yellow Screen Again?

Written on August 13, 2010 by Charles Bass

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It seems that Apple isn't learning from past mistakes.

The phenomena of Apple lives on, but as they begin to reach climax once again with the iPhone 4, news are flooding once again. The reason? The yellowish-screen issues for their tradition of iMacs.

For that issue, Apple seems to forget that this made them down before. Apple said that they already resolved the problem last February, with the previous iMac respectively. But as we see it they forgot the lesson learned in the previous issues.

Given that majority of its users are assuring us that there are “no problems” with regards to the new iMac. There are even 80% of MacRumors users participating in a poll given by the website. Saying that the new 27-inch model is yellow-free, with all the glorious crystal quality. This might be the reason why Apple is ignoring the hysteria.

But there would be no smoke, if there is no flame, Apple.

We assure you, we would give you updates with regards to the issue.

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Review: Apple with Core i3, i5 and i7 for iMac

Written on August 08, 2010 by Charles Bass

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See how Apple iMacs with “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core can do.

The most recent iMacs advanced Apple’s consumers by launching its “Nehalem” Core i3, i5 Dual and Quad Core CPUs and Core i7 Quad Core options. Throwing away Core 2 Duos which were used on the previous of iMacs they developed.

The newest processors for the system has a 3GHz territory, which has a range of 3.06 or 3.2GHz Core i3 or 3.6GHz Core i5 options on the 21.5 inch model (each with 4MB of L3 cache), or a 3.2GHz Core i3 or 2.6GHz Core i5 (both with 4MB of L3 cache) or a Quad Core 2.8GHz i5 or Quad Core 2.93GHz Core i7 (both with 8MB of L3 cache) on the 27 inch model.

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Get Ready fo Apple’s 27-inch LED Cinema Display

Written on July 28, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Apple has finally unwrapped its gift to all of us. The 27-inch LED Cinema Display that offers a whooping bang of 2560 x 1440 resolution and 60% more screen estate than the existing prototype 24-inch LED Cinema Display. Something to kaboom our sound systems huh?

Apple has finally unwrapped its gift to all of us. The 27-inch LED Cinema Display that offers a whooping bang of 2560 x 1440 resolution and 60% more screen estate than the existing prototype 24-inch LED Cinema Display. Something to kaboom our sound systems huh?

Just like its predecessor, this $999 world class display features built in iSight Video Camera, Microphone and speakers, USB 2.0 hub and a Universak MagSafe connector, making it worth the dollars spent not to mention a great better half for Apple’s MacBook and Mac desktop.

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Apple Shows New iMac Desktop Lines

Written on July 28, 2010 by R. Cruise

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iMac desktop lines now comes with Intel's Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors plus an ATI Radeon graphics. The fastest desktop ever made by Apple.

Apple revealed its all-in-one desktop lines of iMacs last Tuesday. These refreshed version comes with Intel’s Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors plus an ATI Radeon graphics.

Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing said in a statement, “We took the world’s best all-in-one and made it even better. With the latest processors, high-performance graphics and signature aluminum and glass design, customers are going to love the latest iMac.”

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