New Range of iMacs, Trackpad and Mac Pro by Apple

Yesterday apple has brought a new range of iMacs, Trackpad and Mac Pro for the well of users. This new products of apple has a new reviewed design and improved processor’s with better graphics in it. The processors used by apple are of Intel’s. The basically it uses corei3, corei5 and corei7 for the iMacs by apple.

The iMacs 21.5 inch uses corei3 processor with 3.06GHz.i Macs 21.5 inch also has ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics with GGDR3 RAM of 256MB. The iMacs also comes in 27-inch. The processor used in iMacs 27 inch is quadcore Intel corei5 in it. While it also has a ATI Radeon HD 5750 graphics with GGDR5 RAM of 1GB. This 27 inch iMacs cost upto $1,999.

The apple made a capability for attaching a new processor to this iMacs.

The iMacs can also be compatible with processor of 2.93 GHz of quadcore of Intel corei7. The RAM can be extended upto 16GB in iMacs. While it has also has a slot for solid state drive of 256 GB. For the larger storage the iMacs supports the format of SDXC.

Apple Magic TrackPad

Apple Magic TrackPad

The apple also launched a new magic trackpad. The trackpad is multitouch input device for the Mac pro computers for controlling purpose. The trackpad connect with Mac Pro computer through Bluetooth. The trackpad makes the user to control gestures. This controlling gesture includes scrolling, rotating, zooming and more in it. The trackpad works on AA battery. The cost of this trackpad is $69.

The apple has introduced a line of Mac Pro computers in market. The Mac Pro has used quadcore and 6-core Intel Xeon processors having speeds of 3.33GHz. It also has ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphic with 1GB of memory.

The Mac Pro 2.8GHz quadcore Intel Xeon W3530 processor cost at $2,499. While, 8 core with two 2.4 GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5620 processors cost upto $3,499 in the market.

The apple says that Mac Pro has used a new improved processor and efficient graphic for the good display quality.

A new range of iMacs, Trackpad and Mac Pro by Apple

Yesterday apple has brought a new range of iMacs, trackpad and Mac Pro for the well of users. This new products of apple has a new reviewed design and improved processor’s with better graphics in it. The processors used by apple are of Intel’s. The basically it uses corei3, corei5 and corei7 for the iMacs by apple.

The iMacs 21.5 inch uses corei3 processor with 3.06GHz.i Macs 21.5 inch also has ATI Radeon HD 4670 graphics with GGDR3 RAM of 256MB. The iMacs also comes in 27-inch. The processor used in iMacs 27 inch is quadcore Intel corei5 in it. While it also has a ATI Radeon HD 5750 graphics with GGDR5 RAM of 1GB. This 27 inch iMacs cost upto $1,999.

The apple made a capability for attaching a new processor to this iMacs.

The iMacs can also be compatible with processor of 2.93 GHz of quadcore of intel corei7. The RAM can be extended upto 16GB in iMacs. While it has also has a slot for solid state drive of 256 GB. For the larger storage the iMacs supports the format of SDXC.

Fig: trackpad by apple

The apple also launched a new magic trackpad. The trackpad is multitouch input device for the Mac pro computers for controlling purpose. The trackpad connect with Mac Pro computer through Bluetooth. The trackpad makes the user to control gestures. This controlling gesture includes scrolling, rotating, zooming and more in it. The trackpad works on AA battery. The cost of this trackpad is $69.

The apple has introduced a line of Mac Pro computers in market. The Mac Pro has used quadcore and 6-core Intel Xeon processors having speeds of 3.33GHz. It also has ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphic with 1GB of memory.

The Mac Pro 2.8GHz quadcore Intel Xeon W3530 processor cost at $2,499. While, 8 core with two 2.4 GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5620 processors cost upto $3,499 in the market.

The apple says that Mac Pro has used a new improved processor and efficient graphic for the good display quality.

Rashmi Jadhav

Rashmi is an editor at Digital Conqurer, and loves to write about cellphones, tablets, netbooks & Bluetooth Hacking. She is an Computer Engineer & currently working on Oracle Database Programming