Apple made its presence known at the
National Association of Broadcasters trade show in Las Vegas Monday, announcing a
17-inch version of the MacBook Pro laptop. This behemoth of a portable boasts a screen that is 36 percent brighter than before, and features the return of FireWire 800 to
Macworld.com News Director Jim Dalrymple checks in from the show floor at NAB to talk about the latest addition to Apple’s MacBook line and
what it means for digital-video pros.
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