PowerBook display stretches 17 inches Video
At Macworld in San Francisco, CEO Steve Jobs unveils a new, compact version of the PowerBook that weighs less than 5 pounds.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs unveils the new Apple phone. The mobile device has built-in features such as music and video playback, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a digital camera. The 4GB version is priced at $499 with a tw
The aluminum 15-inch PowerBook is a powerful notebook for the road or the desk.
At Macworld 2007 in San Francisco, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs unveils\r\nthe new Apple phone. The mobile device has built-in features such as\r\nmusic and video playback, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a digital camera.\r\nThe 4GB version is priced at $499 with a two-year contract; the 8GB\r\nversion, $599.
The foxy Apple 17-inch PowerBook delivers the performance and the features most users will need, but it's more expensive than a similarly outfitted Windows laptop.
The 17-inch PowerBook G4 delivers a competitive set of features, a great software package, good battery life, and style in spades, but you can find plenty of less expensive options out there.
Apple has revamped its best-selling laptop, the 13-inch MacBook, with a unibody white polycarbonate body and LED backlit display.
With tons of features, including a TV tuner, built-in Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, packed into a tiny case, the WinBook Jiv Mini impresses with its features-per-square-inch ratio.
We go ears on with Vizio's new speaker set-up, which features a chunky subwoofer, Bluetooth and a remote with a built-in display.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shows off the new 24-inch LED Cinema Display, Apple's largest so far. It's designed to easily plug into and power the MacBook.