The New Macbook From Apple Will Be The Tiniest Gold Encased Laptop

The New Macbook From Apple Will Be The Tiniest Gold Encased Laptop

Apple unveiled a new Macbook that resembles an iPad. The prominent and the most distinguishing feature of this product is that it is encased in gold. The company claims that it is designed in such a way so that it kind of re-invents the notebook. It is about 24 percent thinner than the smallest laptop of the company. With a weight of about 2 pounds and dimension of 13.1 mm at its thickest point, it is indeed impressive in every sense that will grab the attention of the Apple fans.

However, the complete information and specification about the computer is not known. It is expected that the new Macbook would come with a full sized keyboard, but the ports will be reduced to a great extent. On the contrary, it is also said that the company uses the Wi-Fi technology and Bluetooth to connect to other peripherals and computers in the same server. It will just comprise of two plugs. One will be the charging port and the other for headphone. The charging port can also be used for connecting different devices and displays.

It is expected that the introduction of the new Macbook would replace Macbook Air, but add to the line of Macbook Pro. In the recent years, both the Air and Pro received specification bumps and the Air has been thinner with higher specifications. The screen of the new laptop will come with retina display comprising of a resolution of 2304 X 1440 pixels. Many of the components inside the laptop have also been shrunk.

 


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