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13 Inch MacBook Pro July 2014

July, 2014   13 Inch MacBook Pro - Reviews

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Sunday, August 4, 2013

MacBook Pro (Mid 2014) review: Update offers slightly better CPU performance

With beautiful high-resolution screens, fast PCIe-connected flash storage, Thunderbolt 2, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and USB 3.0, Apple’s latest MacBook Pros with Retina display are fantastic machines. And while the changes to the latest models are modest, they do provide higher performance in most applications than previous models

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Thursday, August 14, 2014

MacBook Pro 15in v Dell XPS 15 head-to-head review

WINNER: Draw - Apple and Dell have created beautiful machines with superb build quality. The MacBook is the more recognisable of the two machines, but the XPS is thinner and lighter.

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Monday, August 12, 2013

Which Mac laptop? MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro comparative review

The MacBook Air is still the lightest, but the MacBook Pro is catching up. The surprising thing is that the MacBook Pro with Retina display is actually slightly smaller in terms of width and depth, and only one milimeter thicker than the MacBook Air at it's thickest point. You no longer need to sacrifice power for portability

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Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina review: updated with benchmarks and battery tests

The price drops are welcome, especially at the top of the range where the 15in MacBook Pro with Retina display is now £200 cheaper. It's still pretty pricy at £1,999, though. Even the £1,599 price of the other 15-inch model, previously £1,699, will be prohibitive for some. Given that you can buy an iMac with superior specs for less, and there is no longer the issue with super-glossy screens, you really are paying a lot for portability and Flash storage - but that may be worth the extra expense to you

The Apple MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro with Retina Display choice can be a confusing decision

These additional features — particularly the Retina Display — will extend the usable lifespan of your purchase by at least a year, if not longer. Why? You’ll have the new Apple standard display as well as the computing horsepower to run new applications and new versions of Mac OS X farther out into the future. If you want to use your MacBook for at least three years — if not more than three — suddenly a $200-300 price difference enters a new perspective



15 Inch MacBook Pro July 2014

July, 2014   15 Inch MacBook Pro - Reviews

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Sunday, August 4, 2013

MacBook Pro (Mid 2014) review: Update offers slightly better CPU performance

With beautiful high-resolution screens, fast PCIe-connected flash storage, Thunderbolt 2, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and USB 3.0, Apple’s latest MacBook Pros with Retina display are fantastic machines. And while the changes to the latest models are modest, they do provide higher performance in most applications than previous models

Review Date: 

Thursday, August 14, 2014

MacBook Pro 15in v Dell XPS 15 head-to-head review

WINNER: Draw - Apple and Dell have created beautiful machines with superb build quality. The MacBook is the more recognisable of the two machines, but the XPS is thinner and lighter.

Review Date: 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Which Mac laptop? MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro comparative review

The MacBook Air is still the lightest, but the MacBook Pro is catching up. The surprising thing is that the MacBook Pro with Retina display is actually slightly smaller in terms of width and depth, and only one milimeter thicker than the MacBook Air at it's thickest point. You no longer need to sacrifice power for portability

Review Date: 

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina review: updated with benchmarks and battery tests

The price drops are welcome, especially at the top of the range where the 15in MacBook Pro with Retina display is now £200 cheaper. It's still pretty pricy at £1,999, though. Even the £1,599 price of the other 15-inch model, previously £1,699, will be prohibitive for some. Given that you can buy an iMac with superior specs for less, and there is no longer the issue with super-glossy screens, you really are paying a lot for portability and Flash storage - but that may be worth the extra expense to you

The Apple MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro with Retina Display choice can be a confusing decision

These additional features — particularly the Retina Display — will extend the usable lifespan of your purchase by at least a year, if not longer. Why? You’ll have the new Apple standard display as well as the computing horsepower to run new applications and new versions of Mac OS X farther out into the future. If you want to use your MacBook for at least three years — if not more than three — suddenly a $200-300 price difference enters a new perspective



iMac 21 Inch June 2014

June, 2014   21 Inch iMac - Reviews

Score: 

6.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Mid-2014 iMac review: lower price, way lower performance

The price of buying an iMac just went down. The big question: Is a 15 percent lower price worth 50 percent lower performance? For people who buy Macs for their ease of use, stylish design, and seamless integration with iOS devices, this less expensive model offers all of that; it will also run most modern applications just fine. If you can swing it, however, the $1299 has double the processing cores running at nearly double the clock speed and twice the storage capacity of this new low-end iMac

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Apple iMac 21.5-Inch (2014)

The entry-level Apple iMac 21.5-inch is a good starting point for the budding Apple fan or a person who wants a desktop base station for their iOS devices. It's easy to set up, powerful enough for basic tasks plus a bit more, and comes with an excellent set of preloaded software. The problem is that it's too pricey to compare with entry-level, Windows-based, all-in-one PCs

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

A price cut for the 21-inch iMac makes it a mainstream machine

We've heard complaints from some quarters that this new, lower-cost iMac sacrifices speed and power for cost savings, or that it's essentially a MacBook Air in iMac form. Considering the Air remains the single most universally useful laptop you can buy, that's not necessarily a knock, and in our hands-on testing, this entry level iMac worked fine for everyday tasks

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Saturday, July 5, 2014

$1,099 iMac review: Lose 50% of your performance to save 18% of the money
MacBook-turned-desktop isn't bad, but only makes sense if you're buying in bulk.

Finally, there's the matter of the chip inside this thing: it's a little strange that, with Intel's next-generation Broadwell architecture just months away, Apple would release a new Haswell-based computer to the masses. As with the price, it's probably best explained by this thing's intended audience—we're right around the point when schools are going to be replacing old computers with new ones. For regular people who don't need a computer right this very second, try to hold out for the next model

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Friday, June 27, 2014

Apple iMac 21.5-inch Review (2014)

Despite its impressive value, you're taking a significant graphics hit by sacrificing the $1,299 model's Intel Iris Pro GPU in favor of a more standard-issue Intel HD GPU. The entry-level model still gets the job done for "World of Warcraft," but you might want to spend the extra $200 if you want your games to run as smoothly as possible

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Apple iMac 21.5in (1.4GHz) review

If all you want is a gorgeous home computer for your web browsing and word processing, this most affordable iMac will suit you fine, but for most people we'd suggest stretching the budget to the £1050 2.7GHz version. Even then you’ll probably want to add another £160 to add an SSD. £1210 - the price of a truly brilliant iMac

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Thursday, July 3, 2014

APPLE IMAC 21.5 INCH (2014) HANDS-ON REVIEW

 

Our review iMac had the stock 500GB mechanical drive upgraded to a 1TB Fusion Drive, adding $250 to the price for a total of $1,349. Other specs match the base model, including a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and Intel HD Graphics 5000



11 Inch MacBook Air 2014

April, 2014   11 Inch MacBook Air - Reviews

Review Date: 

Friday, May 2, 2014

Lab tested: New 2014 MacBook Air benchmarks

To see how the new MacBook Air performed in comparison to its predecessor, we turned to our overall system performance benchmark suite, Speedmark 9. We tested the $899 11-inch MacBook Air with 128GB of storage and the new $1199 13-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of storage, and our results show that the new laptops were 2 to 5 percent faster than the mid-2013 MacBook Air in tests involving Photoshop, iTunes, Handbrake, Cinebench CPU, Aperture, and PCMark 8’s Office application test (running in Parallels)

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

New MacBook Air vs. iPad Air: Closer than you think

Interestingly, when announcing the new MacBook Air, Apple mentioned that they have added another two hours of video playback. This implies that for watching video at least, the new MacBook Air can get 11 hours total on a charge. That’s more than the iPad Air

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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

MacBook Air 2014 vs 2013: What is new?

If you wanted big change, you will be disappointed. The 2014 MacBook Airs are much like last year's models, with some minor – but important – tweaks.

Review Date: 

Monday, June 30, 2014

2014 MacBook Air benchmarks show slight performance boost from faster Intel chips

The results of a handful of Geekbench stress tests are already available via Primate Labs' Geekbench Browser, showcasing the power of the ultra-low-voltage Intel Core i5-4260U chip powering both the new 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air models. Clocked at 1.4 gigahertz, the chip pushed the 32-bit Geekbench single-core score for the MacBook Air in one test to 2,532, while the multi-core score reached 4,781

Review Date: 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Review: 2014 MacBook Air (11-in)

But if you're looking to buy your first MacBook Air, or if you're upgrading from a pre-2013 model, then you'll probably be very happy with this 2014 MBA. Not only does it give you great performance, long battery life, and that oh-so light and thin build, but you'll also pay $100 less than you would have just a few weeks ago. Starting at $900 (or $1,000 for the 13-in version), this is the cheapest price we've ever seen on a MacBook Air. If you're willing to throw down that much for a laptop, then know that you're getting a pretty powerful – and extremely portable – machine in return. Aged, yes. But aging extremely well.

Review Date: 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

New MacBook Air Review: Can the Best Get Better?

Those aren't revolutionary updates, though. Some believe true laptop innovation is dead, that laptops are relics in comparison with "post-PC" tablets and smartphones. They're wrong. Laptops can be just as post-PC as tablets. The only real difference currently separating them is the form factor.

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

MacBook Air review: A little faster, a little slower, a little more affordable

Our battery tests showed that the new MacBook Air was able to maintain its superior battery life. We looped a movie file in iTunes at 200 CD/m2 brightness, with Wi-Fi off and the keyboard dimmed. The 11-inch MacBook Air lasted 9 hours and 39 minutes, 20 minutes longer than last year’s 11-inch. The new 13-inch MacBook Air lasted 12 hours and 13 minutes, 23 minutes longer than our previous 13-inch MacBook Air. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display lasted 9 hours and 48 minutes.



13 Inch MacBook Air 2014

April, 2014   13 Inch MacBook Air - Reviews

Review Date: 

Friday, May 2, 2014

Lab tested: New 2014 MacBook Air benchmarks

We also ran Blackmagic Design’s Disk Speed Test, which showed the flash storage in the new models running slower than the same capacities in the previous generation. The mid-2013 MacBook Air with 128GB of flash storage averaged 445 MBps while writing data and 725 MBps while reading. The 2014 MacBook Air with the same capacity averaged 306 MBps while writing and 620 MBps while reading. The mid-2013 11-inch MacBook Air with 256GB scored an average of 687 MBps writing and 725 MBps reading, while the brand new MacBook Air with 256GB of flash storage averaged 520 MBps writing and 676 MBps reading

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

New MacBook Air vs. iPad Air: Closer than you think

Interestingly, when announcing the new MacBook Air, Apple mentioned that they have added another two hours of video playback. This implies that for watching video at least, the new MacBook Air can get 11 hours total on a charge. That’s more than the iPad Air

Review Date: 

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

MacBook Air 2014 vs 2013: What is new?

If you wanted big change, you will be disappointed. The 2014 MacBook Airs are much like last year's models, with some minor – but important – tweaks.

Review Date: 

Monday, June 30, 2014

2014 MacBook Air benchmarks show slight performance boost from faster Intel chips

The results of a handful of Geekbench stress tests are already available via Primate Labs' Geekbench Browser, showcasing the power of the ultra-low-voltage Intel Core i5-4260U chip powering both the new 11- and 13-inch MacBook Air models. Clocked at 1.4 gigahertz, the chip pushed the 32-bit Geekbench single-core score for the MacBook Air in one test to 2,532, while the multi-core score reached 4,781

Review Date: 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Review: 2014 MacBook Air (11-in)

But if you're looking to buy your first MacBook Air, or if you're upgrading from a pre-2013 model, then you'll probably be very happy with this 2014 MBA. Not only does it give you great performance, long battery life, and that oh-so light and thin build, but you'll also pay $100 less than you would have just a few weeks ago. Starting at $900 (or $1,000 for the 13-in version), this is the cheapest price we've ever seen on a MacBook Air. If you're willing to throw down that much for a laptop, then know that you're getting a pretty powerful – and extremely portable – machine in return. Aged, yes. But aging extremely well.

Review Date: 

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

New MacBook Air Review: Can the Best Get Better?

Those aren't revolutionary updates, though. Some believe true laptop innovation is dead, that laptops are relics in comparison with "post-PC" tablets and smartphones. They're wrong. Laptops can be just as post-PC as tablets. The only real difference currently separating them is the form factor.

Review Date: 

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

MacBook Air 13-inch: If you squint hard enough, you'll see a lesser-spotted Apple Price Cut

Many people will harp on about the dated display, but that £100 price cut will appeal to plenty of people who just want a lightweight laptop with good battery life. That should keep sales going for a few months yet, but this old dog needs to learn a few new tricks if it wants to keep its position as leader of the pack



Ma Pro December 2013

December, 2013   Mac Pro - Reviews

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Monday, June 24, 2013

Mac Pro (Late 2013) review: Apple's new Mac Pro really is for pros

You can see this when you look at our initial benchmarks. A souped-up iMac has just as much horsepower as a new Mac Pro when it comes to many of the things nonprofessional users do on a daily basis. It’s not until you get to specialized applications that the Mac Pro really shines. Which means that this Mac Pro really is a Mac Pro: It’s a computer for professional users who need multiprocessing capabilities and the kind of high-bandwidth capability that only a high-end computer can provide. If you need this kind of performance, the new Mac Pro is for you

Review Date: 

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Apple Mac Pro review (2013): small, fast and in a league of its own

There are plenty of Windows-based workstations, certainly, but none are quite this small or quite this portable (many aren't quite this quiet, either). And if you're a creative professional already hooked into Mac-only apps like Final Cut Pro, this is really your only choice: The new Mac Pro is a serious improvement over the old model in every way, and is likely worth the upgrade. So, while $2,999 (let alone $10,000) is indeed a big investment, it's well worth it for people who live and die by their workstation, and for whom (rendering) time is money.

Review Date: 

Friday, December 27, 2013

2013 Mac Pro Review: Apple’s New Desktop Boasts Dramatic Redesign, Dramatic Performance

That said, it’s rare that a computer is an investment; mostly these days, you buy one with the expectation that you’ll probably need another in two years’ time. The Mac Pro, somewhat like the iPhone 5s, is designed with the future in mind, so that video producers who aren’t working on 4K but will be expected to in a few years don’t have to reinvest

Review Date: 

Monday, January 27, 2014

A pro with serious workstation needs reviews Apple’s 2013 Mac Pro

As for the phantom second CPU, how am I supposed to make up for the power lost in the single socket downgrade? This is the first generation of Mac Pros that didn't match competing workstation machines at the high end for multithreaded work. As it is, I'm forced to contemplate Linux render nodes and the added cost of network render licenses to make up the loss in power. And while I like Unix shell scripting, I don't relish force quitting X-Windows and hacking grub configs. But these are my options for an added CPU with minimal additional cost to match the performance of competing dual-socket Windows- or Linux-based workstations.

Review Date: 

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

The Mac Pro Review (Late 2013)

Apple’s big bet with the new Mac Pro however is on GPU computing becoming even more relevant in the future. Relying on CPU scaling alone the Mac Pro is doomed to moderate speed increases going forward. By leveraging a pair of high-end GPUs, including one more or less dedicated for compute work, Apple hopes to realize the sort of huge performance gains it has enjoyed in its phones/tablets over the years. The modern Apple is a company that values GPU performance, investing heavily in the GPUs used in all of its products

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Mac Pro 6-core review: $3999 Mac Pro is an impressive computer

As we’ve seen before, the Mac Pro is not for everyone. In many tasks, a consumer-oriented system like the iMac might perform better. The new 6-core Mac Pro had an overall Speedmark 9 score almost identical to a $2699 CTO 27-inch iMac that was our Speedmark 9 champ before testing the new CTO Mac Pro. But while the scores averaged out to be similar overall, individual results show some major differences

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Friday, December 20, 2013

Apple's radically reimagined Mac Pro is a powerhouse performer

The new Mac Pro is a professional workhorse dressed up in a very appealing high-design package. It's a stretch to say this is a computer for casual consumers, but the starting price isn't more than you'd pay for a similarly configured Windows PC and the radically different look and feel is cool enough to appeal to any design enthusiast who wants nothing but the best-looking, best-performing products



27 Inch iMac September 2013

September, 2013   iMac - Reviews

Review Date: 

Monday, October 7, 2013

 

21.5-inch iMac (Late 2013) Review: Iris Pro Driving an Accurate Display

The iMac’s industrial design is beautiful. I’m not sure I’m happy with the bezel thickness around the display, but otherwise I’m happy with the way Apple’s 2012 redesign turned out. Particularly with the 21.5-inch model, the compactness of the new iMac is pretty awesome. It’s a lot like the benefits of having a lightweight LCD TV - you only appreciate it when you have to move the thing, but it’s nice to have regardless of how rarely you move it.

Score: 

9.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Monday, October 7, 2013

 

2013 iMac Review: Apple’s All-In-One Benefits Big From Improved Processor, Graphics

In general, gaming performance was excellent on the new iMac, including sample tests performed using the recently released Mac App Store versions of Bioshock Infinite and Lord of the Rings: War in the North. This iMac isn’t one that will back down to a gaming challenge, though the most demanding gamers will probably still want to spec out and build their own custom Windows gaming PC if only because of library size

Score: 

9.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

 

iMac 27-inch (2013) review

No matter your views on Apple and the price, the iMac 27-inch (2013) remains the best of its kind available. It's an outstanding piece of kit that defines how an all-in-one PC should be. For that reason alone it earns our recommendation, even if the 2013 update is merely a very light spec update. It won't trouble any 2012 iMac owners and anyone who didn't feel compelled to upgrade last year won't be persuaded much further unless they've had an unexpected windfall



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October, 2012   Mac mini - Reviews

Score: 

9.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Apple Mac mini (Late 2012)

While this configuration may not be the most inexpensive member of the Mac family—the starting configuration sells for a more affordable $599—the Apple Mac mini (Late 2012) compact desktop offers top features and performance to spare. While the previous Editors' Choice Polywell Poly i1000A-3770T does boast a slightly beefier processor, it doesn't offer the highly polished refinement offered by Mac mini. The seamless 1.12TB Fusion Drive is superb, and the array of display outputs and connectivity options is far larger than most compact desktops can muster. Add in the beautiful design and industry-leading operating system, and the Mac mini is an easy pick for our Editors' Choice

Review Date: 

Friday, November 9, 2012

Mac mini review (2012)

It's fair to say the Mac mini occupies a special place on the consumer spectrum. Consider it a 3 on our appropriated Kinsey scale of tech-to-consumer affiliations. It's the perfect bridge to all things Apple. Designed, initially, to help make Windows users feel at home within the Mac ecosystem, the mini was offered up as an elegant solution -- a compact desktop that would play nice with people's existing peripherals. But as time wore on, this "appliance Mac" (as one rep put it) took on other uses in enterprise and among power users. Eventually, it wormed its way into all manner of server-based applications: digital signage, airport arrival displays and so on

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Friday, November 2, 2012

Review: New Mac mini offers an attractive bang for the buck

The new Mac mini continues to build on the solid foundation set by the 2011 model. 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

Score: 

7.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Mac Mini Review: Apple's Tiny Computer Is Finally Worth Your Time

It's hard to measure how much of a difference the Fusion Drive makes, given that it helps in certain areas and not others without letting you know, but read and write speeds were both quite good: 301 MB/sec average write, 428 MB/sec average read. Frequently-used programs like Safari bounced open in less than a second.

Review Date: 

Monday, November 12, 2012

Review: The Mac mini takes the Ivy Bridge to Fusion Town
New CPUs, USB 3, and optional Fusion make for a nice shiny package.

The mid-tier mini is a small, quick computer. I've been very pleased with it over the past several days, and there's little to fault when the system is considered in the correct context. The lack of a discrete GPU will turn off gamers and the not-great price will turn off the more value-oriented, but it's a solid little box in a very attractive aluminum case. Its size, integrated Wi-Fi, and HDMI output means that it can happily function as an HTPC, nestled next to your television and potentially far away from any Ethernet jacks.

Score: 

9.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Friday, November 30, 2012

Apple iMac and Mac mini review (late 2012)
From its smallest desktop to its largest, Apple's computers get a 2012 refresh

But here's where it gets weird: to get a Fusion Drive, you have to buy the $799 model, despite the fact that the $599 mini seems eminently capable of running the drive as well. Then you have to pay a $250 premium for the Fusion Drive (which essentially just adds a 128GB SSD to the spinning drive you already get), meaning the cheapest Mac mini with a Fusion Drive is $1,049. 128GB SSDs surely aren't costing Apple $250 a pop, and there's no good reason for requiring the quad-core model in the first place — it all makes the $450 premium on the mini is a seriously tough pill to swallow.

Score: 

8.00 out of 10

Review Date: 

Friday, July 12, 2013

Apple Mac mini review
Apple's small form factor Mac takes a step forward, but not a giant leap

Dropping the discrete graphics processor was an unwelcome surprise, though the unexpected but much appreciated Fusion Drive, a hybrid solution combining a hard drive and solid state storage, is a great configuration option.



 


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