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The Modbook Pro tablet runs on Mac OS X Mountain Lion

By - July 3, 2012 3 Pictures
The Modbook Pro is not your average tablet - powered by Mac OS X Mountain Lion, and controlled via a Wacom stylus, it is one of the most powerful tablet computers to launch this year. It starts life as an Apple MacBook Pro, which is then transplanted into a tablet casing, and given full stylus support. The end result is a high performance tablet featuring the flexibility and precision of stylus-based control. Read More
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Apple unveils MacBook Pro with Retina display

By - June 11, 2012 4 Pictures
Apple has announced the next generation of the MacBook Pro. The new machine packs a 15.4 inch "Retina display" which promises improved viewing angles, reduced glare, and a resolution of 2880 x 1800: four times greater than the previous MacBook Pro. Along with the impressive new display, the latest MacBook Pros come with new performance options, such as NVIDIA's Kepler GT650m graphics card, and refreshed Intel quad core i7 processor. Apple has also announced that these new MacBook Pros are available starting today, and will sell for US$2,199 for the base model. Read More

G-RAID with Thunderbolt - the world’s highest capacity, RAID 0, Thunderbolt external HDD

Earlier this year, Western Digital (WD) acquired Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST), and with it G-Technology. With HGST now operating as a wholly owned WD subsidiary, one of the first products hitting the shelves after the acquisition was the recently released G-RAID with Thunderbolt, which claims the title of the world’s highest capacity, RAID 0, Thunderbolt external storage drive. Read More
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First Thunderbolt-packing desktop motherboard from Intel launched

By - May 25, 2012 1 Picture
After over a year of Mac dominance, the first Intel desktop PC motherboard featuring Thunderbolt I/O technology has been – somewhat quietly – announced. Based on the latest Z77 Express chipset, the DZ77RE-75K has been optimized for the new Intel -K Core processors. It features a new GUI BIOS, comes with integrated HD audio and video, and benefits from RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support. Read More
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Matrox extends DualHead2Go line of external multi-display adapters

By - April 16, 2012 8 Pictures
Matrox has updated its line of DualHead2Go external multi-display adapters with the simultaneous release of the DualHead2Go Digital SE and DualHead2Go Digital ME (Mac Edition). While both the SE and ME let users connect up to two monitors, the SE model features multi-GXM (Graphics eXpansion Module) support that allows two adapters to be connected to a single system to provide a total of up to four displays. Read More
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WD releases My Book Thunderbolt Duo in 4 TB and 6 TB capacities

By - March 15, 2012 2 Pictures
Western Digital (WD) has begun shipping its first Thunderbolt equipped storage device in the form of the My Book Thunderbolt Duo. The device is a dual-drive unit available in 4 TB (2 x 2 TB) and 6 TB (2 x 3 TB) capacities and features dual Thunderbolt ports (and only dual Thunderbolt ports – there’s no USB to fall back on here) on the rear for daisy-chaining of up to six My Book Thunderbolt Duo drives or other Thunderbolt peripherals. Read More
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Belkin unveils new Thunderbolt Express Dock at CES

By - January 9, 2012 2 Pictures
Despite being introduced almost a year ago on Apple’s MacBook Pro lineup, the Thunderbolt interface hasn’t really seen as much love from peripheral makers as we would have expected. While there have been a few Thunderbolt-equipped peripherals hitting the market, it’s been more of a trickle than a flood. Belkin is no doubt also hoping the range of Thunderbolt devices will increase in the near future to make it’s upcoming Thunderbolt Express Dock, which was unveiled today at CES, a more compelling purchase. Read More
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