The 13-inch MacBook for 2012 up close

Take a gander at Apple's new 13-inch MacBook for 2012. Its Retina Display no doubt is the first thing that draws your eye. Read full review
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Extreme sharpness

With a screen this crisp, you can almost feel the breath of this cheetah and perhaps see its fur ruffle in the wind. Read full review
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A left that's full of connections

On the left side of the new 13-inch MacBook are ports for power, Thunderbolt (two), USB, and headphone jack. Read full review
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Large HDMI, no problem

Here on the 13-inch MacBook's right side sits a full-size HDMI port, along with an additional USB and SD card connections. Read full review
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Stunning from the front

When staring straight on at the new iMac, it's hard to tell just how razor thin this desktop really is. Read full review
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Up close with the 27-inch iMac

Here's a side view of the new 27-inch iMac at Apple's October 23 press event. Read full review
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A sleek back

The back side of Apple's new iMac is also sleek and metallic. Read full review
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Thin is in

Viewed from the side, it's clear that the iMac for 2012 is the thinnest one yet. Read full review
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All screen and sharp angles

Looking at the 2012 iMac from a three-quarter angle highlights its extreme trimness. Read full review
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A row of ports

On back of the 2012 iMac are all its ports neatly lined up in a row. Read full review
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Apple upgrades its mobile computers

Apple dropped new MacBook and iMac computers, including a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, a refreshed Mac Mini, and a superthin iMac. Read full review
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A new MacBook Pro

Meet Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro, now with a Retina Display, which starts at $1,699. Read full review
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Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro

Here an image of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro provided by Apple. Read full review
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Ports aplenty

Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro comes with plenty of ports, including Magsafe, two Thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, a headphone port, and dual microphones. There's also HDMI and an SD card reader. Read full review
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Inside the Mac Mini

Under the hood of the new Apple Mac Mini is a dual or quad Core i5 or i7 Ivy Bridge processor, Intel HD Graphics 4000, and up to 16GB of RAM. Configurations start at 2.5Ghz dual-core i5 with GB of RAM and 500GB HDD for $599. Read full review
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The slim and trim new iMac

Apple's supplied photo of the new iMac for 2012 highlights its big screens and ultra-thin bezel. Read full review
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Crafted with care

According to Apple, special Friction stir welding helps the new iMac keep a trim profile. Read full review
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Just 5mm thin

Apple's new iMac is just 5mm thin on its edge. Read full review
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Connecting the 2012 iMac

On back of the new Apple iMac are ports for headphone, SD card, four USB 3.0, Thunderbolt, and Gigabit Ethernet. Read full review
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Inside the iMac 2012

Inside the new Apple iMac 2012 is up to 768GB of Flash storage, Nvidia Kepler graphics, and up to 3TB of hard-drive storage. Read full review
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