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Apple reportedly questions future of the Mac Pro

Apple reportedly questions future of the Mac Pro

Apple is reportedly questioning the future of its line of Mac Pro full-sized desktop computers. It seems doubtful that Apple would completely axe the product line, but given the sales performance disparity between the Mac Pros and the company's more popular devices like the iPad, iMac, and the MacBook Pro, the question of whether to further invest resources in the product line has arisen.

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Intel: Fiber Optic Thunderbolt is still “way out”

Intel: Fiber Optic Thunderbolt is still “way out”

Intel has admitted that fiber optic versions of its Thunderbolt high-speed connectivity standard could still take years to arrive, leaving existing copper implementations the standard for some time to come. Intel Architecture Group general manager Dadi Perlmutter told PC World that it was a combination of pricing and current speeds being sufficient, suggesting that "at the end of the day it's all about how much speed people need versus how much they would be willing to pay."

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Magma unveils three slot Express Box 3T PCIe Thunderbolt chassis for Macs

Magma unveils three slot Express Box 3T PCIe Thunderbolt chassis for Macs

If you have a Mac computer with a Thunderbolt port, Magma may have the best accessory for that port you can find. The device is called the ExpressBox 3T and inside the external enclosure are three PCIe slots that allow you to add different expansion cards to your Mac. The idea is that the box will let those upgrading to new computer still use their old video capturing and edition cards as well as other cards for data acquisition and more.

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MacBook Air gets half-power Thunderbolt

MacBook Air gets half-power Thunderbolt

Apple's new MacBook Air may have a Thunderbolt port, but size and cost constraints have led to the updated ultraportable offering reduced external display support in comparison to its MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac mini siblings. The Air uses an Eagle Ridge Thunderbolt chip, AnandTech reports, which only supports half the data channels of the chip found in the other recent Apple models, as well as a single DisplayPort output.

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