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Delay in Apples’ 27-inch iMac Apple Model PC Disappoints Fans

Delay in Apples’ 27-inch iMac Apple Model PC Disappoints Fans

The much-awaited Apple PC with a 27-inch sized display monitor is expected to release only next year. Users who were on the lookout, to possess the super sized display screen equipment are left to wait until the next year. Predicted to dominate with this elegant-look make, the iMac gadget founder Apple...
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New Ultrabooks and Atom Tablets Offering by Intel in 2012

New Ultrabooks and Atom Tablets Offering by Intel in 2012

Intel chips have not yet been able to emulate the performance and efficiency of Apple processors, and in small mobile gadgets, Intel is nowhere in the game. In the race against the big players in the mobile device, chips and gearing up to meet the market threat posed by Macbook Air and iPad, Intel brings...
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HTC to unveil three new smartphones in first quarter of 2012

HTC to unveil three new smartphones in first quarter of 2012

Rumors are HTC is all set to introduce its very first 4G LTE Windows Phone 7 gadget in the first quarter of 2012, with the HTC Elite and HTC Fireball to be launched soon after. HTC Titan If things go well, you will soon get your hands on HTC Titan’s monstrous feature list. Talking about the technical...
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Top 5 Features of the New Mac Mini

Top 5 Features of the New Mac Mini

It can simply be said that the Mac Mini is the cheapest and fastest way a user can have a taste of what Apple can give to them. Although not as powerful as the iMac or the MacBook series, the Mac Mini is nonetheless a good product from Apple. The new Mac Mini comes with a lot of new features and like...
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New 2011 iMac has Breakthrough I/O Technology

New 2011 iMac has Breakthrough I/O Technology

The 2011 21.5 inch iMac has a quad-core Intel i5 processor (optionally upgraded to i7). One of the best features for this new iMac, expected to be released in mid 2011) is the new Thunderbolt I/O technology. Thunderbolt allows for 10 Gigabit-per-second speed on bi-directional channels. What does this...
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