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Intel launches 8th-gen i5/i7 processors, could bring big performance gains to MacBooks

August 22, 2017

Intel has today launched its 8th generation of U-Series Core Processors that could find their way into Apple’s future MacBooks. These newest chips will provide up to a 40% boost in computing productivity and more for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); AirPods The 8th generation of Intel Core Processors (a Kaby Lake refresh) […]

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Intel launches 8th-gen i5/i7 processors, could bring big performance gains to MacBooks

August 22, 2017

Intel has today launched its 8th generation of U-Series Core Processors that could find their way into Apple’s future MacBooks. These newest chips will provide up to a 40% boost in computing productivity and more for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); AirPods The 8th generation of Intel Core Processors (a Kaby Lake refresh) […]

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MacBook shipments grew by 17% in Q2, with more double-digit growth ahead – TrendForce

August 16, 2017

TrendForce’s latest global laptop shipment report, seen by us, says that MacBook shipments grew by a healthy 17.1% in Q2, helped in large part by sales of the updated 12-inch MacBook. The growth boosted Apple’s market share from 9.3% to 10%, bringing it very close to challenging ASUS for the #4 slot behind HP, Lenovo […]

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MacBook shipments grew by 17% in Q2, with more double-digit growth ahead – TrendForce

August 16, 2017

TrendForce’s latest global laptop shipment report, seen by us, says that MacBook shipments grew by a healthy 17.1% in Q2, helped in large part by sales of the updated 12-inch MacBook. The growth boosted Apple’s market share from 9.3% to 10%, bringing it very close to challenging ASUS for the #4 slot behind HP, Lenovo […]

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Mini-review: Compulocks Ledge brings back security locks to thinner Macs

July 19, 2017

One of the many slots in MacBooks that has disappeared over the years is the security slot. For anyone who doesn’t remember these from the pre-Retina machines, this was a small horizontal slot into which you could insert a T-shaped security lock attached to a cable. You ran the cable around something solid like a […]

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