Viewsonic is targeting the pro crowd with its latest 1440p monitor, the VP2772. At a penny shy of $1,020, there are more affordable consumer panels with similar features out there. But Viewsonic is pitching the VP2772 specifically at photographers, graphic designers, video editors and other design and multimedia professionals.
As Tim Cook and company promised at yesterday’s Apple event, the latest products in the company’s iPad line — iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 — are now available for preorder via Apple’s website. If you’re planning to get in on the ground floor with Apple’s thinnest, most powerful tablets yet, there’s no reason to wait; you can head over and place your order right now.
Sold only as a set with the Slide ruler, Adobe Ink is a 5.67-inch digital pen manufactured by the Photoshop maker’s hardware partner Adonit. With an aluminum shell and weighing less than an ounce, Ink communicates via Bluetooth 4.0 LE with recent iPad models, and is capable of writing or drawing on the screen and making menu selections from any app. So how does Adobe's first foray into hardware fare? Read on to find out.
The concept of a less-expensive iMac for those on a budget, perhaps students, is great. However, this is not cheap. Cheaper than the rest of the range, sure, but if you consider more than a thousand bucks to be “cheap,” you might want to consider looking at the more advanced iMacs that are available.
While most Apple pundits have been focused on what Cupertino might be changing with this year's versions of OS X and iOS, a new report claims the iPhone maker plans to make a full-frontal assault on the home at WWDC 2014.
Following photos of a reported iPhone 6 dummy model that appeared online yesterday, a new video featuring a mock-up based on rumored specs for Apple’s next smartphone provides the best look yet at what a larger, yet slimmer iPhone may look like. The mock-up seen in the clip falls in line with the many different rumors that have spread in recent weeks, and shows a sleeker build for the device than the iPhone 5s, with rounded edges more in line with the 5c and iPod touch.
It's often said that we live in a "post-PC" world, but few reports verify the truth of that statement quite like analyst Benedict Evans' recent research. During the holiday quarter, according to Evans, Apple achieved higher sales numbers with combined sales of iPhones, iPads, iPod Touch units, and Macs than were achieved by the global Windows PC industry. It also marks the first time Apple has outdone PCs in terms of hardware sales.
Perhaps fearing that 2014 will finally be the year an Apple-branded television set arrives, set-top box maker Roku has announced plans to offer a full-fledged HDTV of its own, no streaming box required.
It doesn’t matter how big they can build internal hard drives or SSDs—our data needs are getting bigger by the day. And while external USB or Thunderbolt drives are reasonably affordable and easy to use, for maximum portability and minimum clutter, most people prefer internal storage. That’s where The MiniDrive comes in. It’s a modified SD card–sized adapter designed to hold a micro-sized card and sit flush with the chassis of your MacBook for extra, semi-permanent storage.
The latter half of 2013 has been full of information and teasers pertaining to the new Mac Pro (even an advertisement designed for cinema), but at long last it looks as though we might have a release dates. As MacRumors reports, a retailer in Germany known as Conrad Electronic may have changed all that.