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Selecting Mac Hardware

Tips to help you select Macintosh desktops, laptops, and other popular Apple hardware.
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Optimizing Battery Runtime on a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or MacBook
You can keep your Mac portable running longer between charges by managing energy and performance. This guide will show you a few tricks to getting the best battery performance.

Mac Desktop Gift Guide - Holiday Buying Guide to Mac Desktops

Mac desktops, from the tiny Mac mini, to the all-in-one iMac, to the workhorse Mac Pro, make great gifts for Mac enthusiasts.

If you would like to tickle the fancy of a friend or family member with a shiny new Mac desktop, this is the place to start your search for the right Mac to wrap up for the holidays.

 

Mac Notebooks Gift Guide – Holiday Buying Guide to Mac Notebooks
Mac notebooks are the most popular Macintosh computer that Apple produces. This popularity makes them a great gift for the holiday season. Everyone will love one of the many MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air models available. If you re thinking about wrapping up a MacBook for the holidays, whether for someone else or for yourself, take a...

Buying a 2010 Mac Pro
Apple introduced the 2010 version of the Mac Pro in July, and started accepting orders and shipping in August. This version of the Mac Pro predominantly centers around new, faster processors and upgraded graphics options. Lacking from this update are any new peripheral ports, such as USB 3, FireWire 1600, or FireWire 3200. Nevertheless, this...

Mac Buying Guide
Seasoned Mac veteran or new Mac user? It really doesn’t matter. When you have the urge to pick up a new Mac, it’s a good idea to find out all you can about the various possibilities before you make a decision.

Sneak Peek: 2013 Mac Pro
The 2013 Mac Pro is out of the bag, but details about it are hard to come by. We take a closer look to uncover its secrets.

Buying a Mac Pro
A tower of 8-core power, the Mac Pro is nothing if not powerful and expandable. Its elegant design makes adding memory, hard drives, and add-in cards a simpler task than almost any other computer can claim.

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