Apple launches LED Cinema Display designed specifically for MacBook

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Apple wants you to treat your new MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air to a fantastic display, and so it’s revamped its Cinema Display just for the new family of notebook computers.

The crystal clear 24-inch LED-backlit widescreen monitor has iSight camera and speakers built in, and comes with a three-in-one cable with a MagSafe power connector, Mini DisplayPort, and USB connection.

The USB connection means it’s possible to use the Cinema Display as a USB hub for up to three devices, which the notebook can then make use of whenever it’s connected.

It has an optimal resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixel, 178 degree viewing angle, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 330cd/m2 brightness, and 14ms response time. Audio wise, it has a 2.1-channel speaker system.

Environmentally, it’s arsenic-free, brominated flame retardant free, mercury free, polyvinyl chloride-free, and is made from recyclable aluminium and glass. It’s also Energy Star rated and has an EPEAT Gold rating.

Available for £649.

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Andy Merrett

2 comments

  • I was so looking forward to Steve Jobs presenting the new MacBooks.
    I was thinking of buying one when I heard the roomers of $800 Dollars that could mean UK price of £400-500 although I was very skeptical.
    The old basic white MacBook retailed at £699.00 now the new one has been released it is £719.00 and the new metal MacBook is a massive £949.00??? Has Steve Jobs NOT heard of a Global Recession??? Bill Gates was seen with a smirk on his face when he heard about the prices and he said thank god Jobs won’t steel any of my users, well not this time round anyway.
    I will stick with trying to get IATKOS & KALYWAY to WORK as this is value for MONEY.

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