Macworld Lab tested the two standard configurations of the new 27-inch iMac.
The FlashBack X4 is a ton of fun. It sounds great whether using it as a looper or as a delay.
The two most significant changes to the new iMac are its thinner design—which introduces compromises you’ll need to make—and the option to upgrade to Apple’s Fusion Drive technology.
Benchmark results of the new iMacs with build-to-order options, including the new Fusion Drive.
What happens when you push the limits of the Fusion Drive? Macworld Lab ran some tests to find out.
With the Squier USB Strat guitar, Fender cuts out the middleman by incorporating a USB interface directly into their iconic guitar, alongside the standard 1/4-inch input you use to connect to an amp.
Macworld Lab got a Fusion Drive, and now we can answer many of the burning questions that folks have asked about Apple's new storage technology.
With build-to-order options -- including a Fusion Drive -- the new Mac mini makes a giant leap in performance.
If you prefer a Mac desktop computer to a laptop, and/or you don’t want to be confined to the glossy 21.5- or 27-inch displays that come with the iMac, the Mac mini is a capable system for most tasks.
Macworld Lab has benchmark results on the new Mac mini models.
Macworld Lab customized a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro to create an ultimate performance configuration. How does it match up against Apple's other laptops?
Macworld Lab has benchmark results on the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Learn more about Speedmark 8, Macworld Lab's benchmark suite for testing Mac performance.
Benchmark results of all the Macs Macworld Lab as tested with Speedmark 8.
The Macworld Lab took a look at three new 27-inch displays, and though they share a few common features, they also have some very substantial differences.