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Apple completely retooled its manufacturing process for the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro. CNET Reviews editor Michelle Thatcher walks us through what has changed.
No major or altogether unexpected Apple laptop news came out of the media event at the company's Cupertino, Calif., headquarters on Tuesday. In this Daily Debrief, CNET's Kara Tsuboi speaks with CNET Reviews' Michelle Thatcher about the hardware redesigns, the lowered point of entry ($999), and whether the announcement was splashy enough to continue the company's momentum into the fourth quarter.
Crave's chief correspondent, Erica Ogg, will be following the proceedings as they happen. Book this page and
We'll be at Apple headquarters for the announcement and live-blogging the event, where news of a redesigned MacBook and MacBook Pro are all but assured.
Ahead of Apple's laptop event Tuesday, Engadget posts a blurry photo of what appears to be the rumored Apple MacBook Pro laptop.
Samsung enters the U.S. market with a 10.2-inch, 2.8-pound Netbook.
Laptop manufacturer Samsung announces its first models for the American market.
The notebooks get some bodywork done by "brick," plus gain solid-state drives, graphics by Nvidia, and more. Macs, Apple says, have momentum.
We looked at 27 back-to-school laptops and picked the best of the bunch.