Round-up Of Today's New Apple Product Releases

Posted: Jul 27 2010, 9:35am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:40am CDT, in News | Apple

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Apple unleashed a long list of new products today. Some are available right away in the Apple Store and some others are announcements of upcoming releases.
Right away you can buy an updated iMac for 2010 with Core i3 and faster Core i5 and i7 CPU options. Additionally 27-inch iMacs can be equipped with SSD.

Mac Pro fans have to wait until next month for the new Mac Pro, but you get up to 50% more performance wiht the new 12 core options.

The new 27-inch Cinema Display has even a longer wait. It will arrive in September for $999.

On sale now for $69 is the new input device named Magic TrackPad. The wireless device lets you use gesture input like on the MacBook Pro on your Mac mini, iMac or Mac Pro.

Last but not least, Apple offers now the Apple Battery Charger. The compact Apple Battery Charger is all about efficient charging says Apple. Each Apple Battery Charger comes with six NiMH batteries — two for your keyboard, two for your mouse or trackpad, and two for charging. The price is $29.

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