Apple was able to email out some information to different Apple customers about the latest trending topic in the Techy world: the new Macbook pro 13″.
What’s particularly discussed about in the new Macbook pro has to be the Thunderbolt technology which will change the speed of the way files are transferred.
Let’s take a look at some of the new things that are distinct about this new Macbook Pro:
- Face Time camera offers better camera for video chat and is supposedly 3 times better resolution than the old MBP’s camera
- The Thunderbolt I/O (input/output) technology was developed by Intel under the code name Light Peak. Thunderbolt can support transfer speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second and can support PCI Express, Firewire, USB and gigabit Ethernet, which all can be connected to external monitors.
- The MacBook packs with it an integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000 processor which allows HD video calls with FaceTime and works realy well with graphics-intensive games and applications. This is great news for those into serious Media-working tasks
- The new Pro is basically made from just a single piece of aluminum thus a lighter and thinner MBP
With all these features out, would one consider getting an MBP?