Apple has given its desktop Macintosh line the annual speed boost, integrating the latest components as well as a few additions of its own into the iMac and Mac Pro lines. This brings the Mac lineup up to speed with the latest PCs and provides customers with peppier new machines. HardwareCentral also has the details on some new peripherals from Apple, including one idea that originated on the MacBook side of the fence.
Apple on Tuesday introduced a new line of Mac Pro and iMac systems, reminding us that the company lately best known for handheld gadgets is still in the computer game, along with some new peripherals.
The four new iMac desktop computers are all equipped with either Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 processors, making them the first offerings from Apple to use Intel’s Westmere generation of processors. However, the integrated graphics of the CPUs are disabled — the computers all use ATI Radeon HD graphics cards.