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Apple has adjusted its Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Airs in Australia to beef up the processing power while dropping the price, but is it in response to government pressure?
Google looks to be doing with its Chromebook laptops what it did with tablets and smartphones in the Nexus program: taking it in-house and making it better. That is if a new video purporting to be from Google is to be believed saying the company is making a crazy, high-resolution Chromebook for us all.
OK, 2012 wasn’t the greatest year for tech, but it wasn’t a total bust either. Wade through the glut of comically oversized phones, tiny tablets and fruit company refreshes, and you’re bound to come across a few shiny needles in that crummy haystack. Here, in no particular order, are the 10 most important gadgets of the year.
As soon as Apple announced the 15-inch MacBook Pro with retina display, the countdown started for the 13-inch version. Well, here it is. A slim, trim, portable little MacBook with a gorgeous retina screen and a gut-punch cost. And another reminder that sometimes wonderful things don’t live up to their price tag.
iFixit just finished a teardown of Apple’s new 13-inch retina MacBook Pro, and the findings are a mixed bag of good and bad news for folks who like to fix their own gear. Compared to the 15-inch retina MacBook Pro, the smaller model should be marginally easier to tinker with. But it’s still pretty much impossible to repair.
The tech aficionados of the world are slowly getting their hands on the 13-inch MacBook Pro with its new Retina Display loveliness, and not surprisingly, it’s a thing of beauty. The body is lighter, the screen is crisp — now all we need is more software to take advantage of that gorgeous display.