A surprisingly quiet release by Apple Inc.
Just recently, the super tech giant, Apple Inc. has quietly launched a new low-end version of the iMac. This keeps educational institutions to save over $200 from the regular model.
Apple Inc. seems to release the newer version to avoid all fanfare of its low-end iMac. The company clarified though that this new gadget is only for educational institutions. It costs at $1,099, saving up to $200 from the price of the regular version of iMac.
It is still not confirmed though when Apple has launched the new low-end iMac for educational institution . . . → Read More: Apple Inc. releases iMac for $1,099
After rumors and confirmations about the newest 128 GB iPad of Apple Inc., the tech giant has already began selling the new addition to the current lineup of the gadget.
The 128 GB iPad is now sold through the Apple Online Store and its retail outlets. Everybody seems to be very excited about this. This gadget, however, comes with almost the same features and aesthetics you see on the previous iPad. The biggest feature it can possibly offer is the bigger space it has now with 128 GB.
The previous iPad has a storage of only 64 GB. The . . . → Read More: 128GB iPad now out for $799, Apple
HP recently revealed some of its new items such as convertible PCs and Windows 8 Ultrabooks. Now, the company is showcasing its latest all-in-one PCs.
This coming fall, HP’s newest breed will be launched – HP Pavilion 20, HP Spectre One, HP Envy 23, and HP Envy 20 TouchSmart. These gadgets, like all other Windows 8 PCs in the market, include features like NFC technology and multi-touch screens. However, there’s more to these items as they are more affordable and simpler.
For one, the HP Spectre One, is perfect for those people who are searching for a top-of-the-line PC. It . . . → Read More: HP takes a preview of its newest line of all-in-one PCs
Amazon’s sales charts don’t essentially mean that Chromebooks are a hit. But they do at any rate show that Chromebooks are not a failure.
It’s been accurately one month since first Chromebooks — netbooks power-driven by Google’s Chrome OS, became obtainable for purchase, and up to now, sales appear to be holding up.
Brooke Crothers went over Amazon’s file of best-selling laptops, and found the number four mark taken by Acer’s 11.6-inch, $349 Chromebook. Apple’s MacBook Pro and some Toshiba laptops were on top. Samsung’s Series 5, a 12.1-inch Chromebook with fixed 3G service . . . → Read More: Chromebooks Actually Get the Eye of Laptop Buyers