MacBook Pro, MacBook Air With Ivy Bridge Processor, Thunderbolt Port And Much More

by admin on June 11, 2012

in Apple, News

The best from WWDC 2012 currently brings new MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro with specifications that would blow you away. At least I am highly impressed with the new MacBook upgrades which include Ivy Bridge Processors, ThunderBolt ports, 720p Facetime camera and much more. We are eagerly waiting for Apple to show us glimpse of iOS 6 right now, however we were equally excited about the new MacBook upgrades as well.

First talking about the new MacBook Pro, it has been upgraded with ultra fast USB 3.0 and ThunderBolt ports. The 15″ MacBook Pro is totally faster and efficient than any of its predecessors, thanks to its super-charged processor, actually Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor.

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Next is an upgrade to SSD which now comes in three variants- 256GB,512GB and 768GB and this is now all. You can get your MacBook configured for the 16GB RAM. Cool enough?

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This time the MacBook Pro has discontinued AMD support for graphics, which has been replaced by super-powerful NVIDIA engine, Kepler Graphic Chips to be precise.

Talking about MacBook Air, it hasn’t actually got the Retina Display either. However, they are slightly faster and powerful than their previous models. Supporting USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt ports, they now come at a clock speed of 2GHz, backed by a dual-core i7 processor. The difference comes in RAM, where MacBook Air can now be configured to use 4GB and 8GB RAM, and 512GB of SSD. The FaceTime has seen an upgrade to 720p video camera and MacBook Air now starts at a price of $999.

One thing good about both of these MacBook range laptops is that they are available in the market starting today itself! For more, keep subscribed to Gadgec.

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