Last week we featured a whole lot of Mac minis to put some serious computing power in a small package into your hands. We're going a little bigger this time around on our refurbs, plus we've got some sweet accessories for your mobile devices. So come on inside where the living--and the shopping--is easy.
Here's the thing: if you're a video editor, there's a very good chance you were less than pleased with the initial launch of Final Cut Pro X. A large portion of complaints focused on missing features, in comparison to Final Cut Pro 7. Today, Apple has once again updated the software with free improvements, and will now launch a marketing campaign targeting professional Mac users.
Looking for an upgrade to the standard graphics card packed into your Mac Pro tower? Sapphire has officially launched the HD 7950 Mac Edition, offering a huge boost in frame rates and other performance factors. And in terms of flexibility, the card is capable of running in either a Mac or Windows machine.
We're back with our usual bevy of refurb deals that will knock your socks off, but don't worry, we have a few accessories including a super cheap screen cover that will cost you next to nothing. So come inside and have a look.
It was a week of news for the big iPad, the little iPad, and even something as old as email made news this week. We've got more details on all of this plus a how-to, a rumor, a jailbreak announcement, and the competition floundering. Sounds like a pretty good week, all in all.
It's one week to the big love day holiday and if you are stumped for a gift idea, we have a few. Sure, it's not chocolates that make you fat, or flowers that die, or lingerie that, well, that's always a winner in our book. But if you're telling us your love won't adore these sweet gifts and go mad for the discounts, well, then you're crazy.
If you live in the U.S. and are sad about the state of the Mac Pro, just imagine how it must feel for those living in Europe, where the computer will be discontinued next month -- but it may only be a temporary move.
Mac Pro fans in the European Union who are on the fence about purchasing one of the current, aging models may want to move quickly -- come March 1, they'll be pulled from store shelves over some messy regulatory compliance issues. Does that mean that CEO Tim Cook's promise of "something really great" for the next generation of Mac Pro will come to pass? Only time will tell...
Few of us can actually claim to know what Apple will do this year, especially with the curveballs that the company continues to keep throwing. (Who could have seen that fourth-gen iPad coming so soon?) But one analyst believes they have cracked Cupertino's code.
You want reviews? We got reviews. This week, we took a look at tons of great software and hardware too, so we've got loads of opinions we're looking to share. Come on in and see what's good and what's gunk.