For many everyday computing chores, the new low-end iMac could be fine. Just be sure you know what you are (and aren't) getting.
Macworld Lab takes a look at the new iMac Apple released earlier this week.
It's a solid value at $694, but (no surprise) it pales in comparison to Sharp's $3500 PN-K321.
The new 2014 MacBook Air offers a small speed increase in processor speed, but it's still a good value. (This review has been updated to include the $1099 11-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of flash storage.)
This 27-inch monitor can sense when you're at your desk or not and put itself to sleep or wake up.
Thunderbolt is a technology that you can put to practical good use. This article isn't about those practical good uses.
Apple revamped the Display system preferences so that there are more resolution options for 4k displays.
Macworld Lab has the new MacBook Air that Apple released last Tuesday. While we saw an improvement in most of our tests, our storage-based test results made us take notice.
How many storage devices can we connect to a single Mac Pro? Enough to create a 100TB RAID array.
Macworld Lab took two new Mac Pros and used IP over Thunderbolt to connect the two machines together. How does the file transfer performance compare to gigabit ethernet?
The Pixma iP8720 is geared towards photography hobbyists who want to print on a grand scale.
Several new products made their debut at the 2014 NAB show.
Samsung's new UD590 is hardly cheap, but the others coming out cost several hundred dollars more. The company also announced a clutch of 1080p HD displays.
The "storage robot" gets USB 3.0 and other tweaks to improve speed; new utility makes Mac backups easier.
From guitar interfaces to iPhone-friendly microphones, there's a bunch of products at Macworld/iWorld that help you make music on Apple hardware.
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