Pending the event of 2 March, during which it is proposed the new iPad, from Cupertino, Apple has since updated its range of MacBook Pro laptops, equipped with the latest processors and graphics, I / O technology to Thunderbolt high speed and a new HD camcorder FaceTime. Much better performance than the previous version, the new MacBook Pro introduces the latest CPU Core Dual-Core and Quad-Core Intel technology and Thunderbolt, also known as Light Peak.
Thunderbolt was developed by Intel in collaboration with Apple, and can transfer data at speeds up to 10 gigabits per second for each of the two bidirectional channels, while providing support to all major standard I / O, ie communication between computers and devices. In addition to the door Thunderbolt all MacBook Pro (MBP) will be equipped with two USB 2.0 ports (three on the larger model), one FireWire 800, DVD recorder and SD memory card reader.
As for the hard disk, Apple’s approach is based on a data backup with TimeMachine almost constant, external media. The new MacBook Pro also incorporates a video camera with HD resolution FaceTime triple over the previous generation, for crisp widescreen video. Apple MacBook Pro will be based on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Characterized by an aluminum body and a standard-size backlit keyboard, the new MacBook Pros were designed for companies and professionals, although not exceptional offrino guarantees regarding safety. At launch, Apple is offering the handset to a base price of € 1149 for 13”MacBook Pro with Intel Dual-Core Core Core i7 i5 and up to 2.7 GHz and Intel Graphics Graphics HD 3000.
The most powerful models of 15”and 17”are equipped with Quad-Core Core i7 up to 2.3 GHz and AMD Radeon HD graphics with up to 1GB of video memory for high-performance gaming and advanced graphics applications. Turning to solutions with 17-inch screen you come to a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels with the same options available for the 15-inch models.