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Did you watch Phil Schiller announcing the new range of MacBooks on Monday and die a little bit inside, knowing that you'll never be able to afford the latest MacBook?
Well, you may not be able to afford the latest MacBook, but you may well be able to afford one of the slightly older, but still brilliant range.
Apple stores are getting rid of the 'old' range by slashing prices of all models. Bargains include:
MacBook 13.3-inch, 2GHz, 2GB RAM, 120GB hard drive - was £719 - now £679.
MacBook Air, 13-inch, 1.8GHz, 2GB RAM, 128GB SSD - was £1,761 - now £1,299.
MacBook Pro, 17-inch, 2.66GHz, 4GB RAM, 320GB hard drive - was £1,949 - now £1,699
These are just three of the models to illustrate the price drops and these quotes were courtesy of the Apple store in Birmingham's Bullring. Make sure you call ahead to your nearest Apple store first to check availability and prices.
And remember, it doesn't make you any less of a person to have a slightly older Mac. It just makes you slightly less cool.
Microblogging phenomenon Twitter has famously had difficulty monetizing its service. Recently, it added small, unobtrusive text ads, and now the company has confirmed that it'll be offering paid pro accounts in the near future.
Founder Biz Stone confirmed the rumours to Business Insider, who suggest some of the features that might be offered for a price. A way to verify who really owns an account, a way to find out what people are saying about a company, and better analytics are all on the cards.
Freeloaders can rest assured, however, because Stone also confirms that there will always be a free version of Twitter available to businesses and individuals. The new features for sale will be solely add-ons. As for how much they'll cost, well, we'll have to wait and see.
(via Business Insider)
Nintendo's got a new controller for the Wii, in addition to the Wii Remote/Nunchuk combo and the 'classic' controller, used to play retro console games. It's called the "Pro".
It rejects some of the differences between the classic controller and most other gamepads, adding back in the 'legs' and moving the wire back to the top of the device. The shoulder buttons are also made more accessible, and the whole thing's put on some weight, too.
Unfortunately, there's "no plans" for a European release, let alone any pricing. I wouldn't chuck away your classic controllers just yet.
This is the HTC Touch Pro 2, newly announced by HTC in Barcelona. HTC claims that it delivers "the most powerful productivity experience available on a mobile phone", and who are we to argue? Let's talk specs.
The phone has a 3.6" touchscreen at WVGA resolution, Windows Mobile 6.1, 512MB of memory (but with a microSD card slot), HSDPA, GPS, Bluetooth, a 3.2-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, FM radio and a five-row QWERTY keyboard. Phew.
Conspicuously missing when compared to rival phones are a 3.5mm headphone jack, decent operating system (Android, Android, Android), 5-megapixel camera and more internal memory. When put against the N97, this phone doesn't really stand up too well.
Then there's the Touch Diamond 2. It's rather similar to the Touch Pro 2, but doesn't have the QWERTY keyboard and has a slightly smaller touchscreen at 3.2". It does have a slightly nicer 5-megapixel camera, though.
Other than that it's mostly identical. Same WVGA resolution, Windows Mobile 6.1, 512MB of memory (with microSD card slot), HSDPA, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and FM radio. Still no 3.5mm headphone jack.
Both are arriving this year, with the Diamond "Touch"-ing (sorry) down in Q2 and the Pro showing up in early summer. No pricing info yet. Personally speaking, I'd rather plump for the QWERTY over the 5-megapixel camera. How about you? Which is your favourite of the two? Let us know in the comments.
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