Apple unveiled new MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini, Magic Mouse and Remote

Apple unveiled new MacBook, iMac, Mac Mini, Magic Mouse and Remote

Recently we only heard about the new iMac and Macbook coming but Apple seems to push all out for a set of updates in their various product lines. The Apple massive updates include a redesigned Macbook, iMac, Mac Mini, Magic Mouse and even the Apple Remote.

Filling up the first is the plastic MacBook that gets a full redesigned uni-body enclosure, non-removable 7-hour battery and multi-touch track pad that is found on Pros.

The iMac will feature generally the same design as the last generation, a 21.5-inch LED display with various Core 2 Duo offerings. Alternatively, there is a 27-inch model that features an Intel i5 or i7 with both models support up to 16GB of RAM. The Mac Mini keeps the same design but gets a processor upgrade, more RAM and a NVIDIA 9400M 256MB graphics card. Meanwhile, the new Magic Mouse which seems not what like to be a usual mouse no buttons but rather a touch sensitive face to support gesture based controls.

And last seemingly not in updates reported, Apple Remote is now enclosed on aluminum. The Apple Remote still has dedicated play/pause and Menu keys, together with track-skip and volume controls and priced $19 with expected 2 to 4 weeks before shipping.

Well, Apple got to hot that I would not able to handle the full details, but you can head on their site for their press releases.

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