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Compiled by Charles Moore and edited by Dan Knight - 2010.03.05

So we can post our three news roundups (Mac News Review, The 'Book Review, and The iNews Review) earlier, we first do a quick proofread and link check, leaving out images. We add images later when time permits. dk

General Apple and Mac desktops is covered in The Mac News Review. iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV news is covered in The iNews Review. All prices are in US dollars unless otherwise noted.

News & Opinion

Reviews

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News & Opinion

The Future Is SSD

TUAW's David Winograd says that on the Macworld show floor, he didn't really see one specific product that blew him away, but he was able to identify what he thinks is the next big concept that's going to blow all of us away - the SSD (solid state drive), which he thinks is almost ready for prime time.

Winograd notes that Other World Computing's new Mercury Extreme Enterprise SSD drives start at $229 for 50 GB and top out at 200 GB for $779.95, and that his jaw dropped when one of OWC's demo MacBook Pros booted up and started running applications in 32 seconds while a hard drive equipped MacBook Pro took at least three times as long to accomplish the same thing.

Why Isn't Apple Using Intel's Latest Chips?

"What happened to Intel and Apple?" asks 9 to 5 Mac's Seth Weintraub, noting that Intel CEO Paul Otellini used to pop up at Apple presentations and pal around with Steve Jobs like they were best buds. Since switching to Intel CPUs, Apple was always the first one to get new Intel chips, sometimes before they were announced officially. Intel even built a special low-power processor for the original MacBook Air that no PC vendor could ever lay hands on.

"That was then, this is now," Weintraub observes, pointing to HP's new subcompact notebook with a Core i7 processor while Apple as yet has been unable to release even a Core i7 MacBook Pro. While there have been plenty of mainstream PC laptops with Core "i" series Intel chips available for months now, even the highest end MacBook Pros are still equipped with outdated Core 2 Duo silicon.

Weintraub speculates that several issues have led to this state of affairs.

Mac User Finds Windows 7 on an Intel i7 Laptop Very Usable

ApplePeels' blogger says that his former PC laptop running Vista nearly drove him to distraction with its angularities, while during that whole time his white Intel-based MacBook with OS X stood tall.

However, he complains, his wife needed a new laptop, and he was willing to buy her a new unibody MacBook, but only if Apple would refresh it with Intel's latest Core "i" series processors, noting that one of Apple's purported reasons for switching to Intel was so its customers wouldn't have to wait for the latest and greatest processor developments. So what's up with the Core "i" delay on the Mac?

When a Staples sale made it possible to get a 14" i5 laptop for his wife and a 15" i7 laptop for himself at a total cost a couple of hundred dollars less than the price of one 15" MacBook Pro with its outdated Core 2 Duo processor, he couldn't resist, paying under $1,500 (before taxes) for the two Windows 7 notebooks. He's found Windows 7 an immensely pleasing surprise - stable, fast, and Mac-like enough that his wife should encounter few problems using it. He concludes that the days when Mac laptops were great values seem to be over, anticipating that the new new HP Pavilion i7 laptop will handle his computing needs for a long time - and at a very reasonable price.

Apple Gains Industrial Design Patents for MacBook Pro & MacBook Air

Patently Apple reports that the US Patent and Trademark Office officially granted three industrial design patents for Apple covering the MacBook Pro, the MacBook Pro's glass trackpad, and the MacBook Air, and that, interestingly, Apple's patent clearly notes that the MacBook Air was or is going to have a black-finish bottom. Apple's CEO, Steve Jobs, is listed in the design credits.

Reviews

5 Laptop Stands Compared

Beatweek Magazine says:

"Whether you re looking to travel the world with it or to simply be able to take it with you from one room of your house to the next, more of you are buying laptop computers these days than desktops. And no matter if your laptop is a Mac or a PC, a seventeen inch monster or a sleek twelve incher, they all share the same traits to varying degrees: they run hotter to the touch than you d prefer, they sit lower on your desk than is optimal, and their keyboards are flatter than is ergonomic. And while there may not much you can do about this while you re on the road, the increasing number of you who are using a laptop as your only computer tells me that any number of you are spending hours each day with your laptop sitting in front of you on your desk which is what motivated me to investigate the current state of laptop stands.

"Having spent time with five different laptop stands from made of material including metal and plastic and wood, ranging from a svelte model that folds up to a fraction of an inch to an oversized design with built-in stereo speakers, I'm pleased to report that the prospects are generally good and the options are varied, although a good laptop stand won't necessarily come cheap."

Reviewed are RadTech's OmniStand, Macally's EZbookPad, Griffin's Elevator, Macally's EcofanPro, and the Macally TuneFan

Troubleshooting

MacBook Pro Running Low on RAM? Switch GPUs!

MacFixIt's Topher Kessler says that if you have one of the newer unibody MacBook Pros, you may encounter problems where the system seems to run out of available RAM more than expected, especially when running programs that can reserve large amounts of memory, such as Adobe Creative Suite and applications that use a lot of RAM, such as virtualization solutions. He suggests and discusses several workarounds, including switching from the integrated Nvidia 9400M graphics, which uses system memory, to the second GPU that most current MacBook Pro models have, which makes that memory available to programs.

Tech Trends

Netbooks Get the Job Done

The Huffington Post's Larry Magid notes that netbooks have been the rage for the last couple of years for very good reasons. These small laptops, which typically cost between $300 and $400, can do most things most people want to do with a laptop computer, yet they are cheaper, smaller, and lighter than typical laptops. Magid notes the irony is that smaller machines are now cheaper than bigger laptops, unlike a few years ago when users wanting a small notebook PC would pay a premium with it being common for machines under three or four pounds to cost two or three times as much as heavier notebook PCs. Netbooks have turned the cost/weight equation upside down.

7 Steps to Netbook Bliss with Windows 7

Ars Technica's Ari Allyn-Feuer notes that of the more than 50 million netbooks sold since the phenomenon's beginnings in late 2007, only a small fraction run Windows 7. He elucidates seven steps to optimizing your Windows 7 netbook for maximum performance.

Another Ultrathin MacBook Air Clone Surfaces in China

Chinese Tech site MIC reports that thin and cheap laptops are getting more common in Shenzhen's knockoff markets and reviews another great MacBook Air knockoff that looks like the MSI X340. It may be as thin as the MacBook Air and is a 13" ULV based system.

Sick of Atom netbooks with low performance on gaming and watching HD movies? This laptop is equipped with 1.2 GHz Intel ultra low voltage (ULV) processor and 1080p high definition video (including HDMI out) - a 13" laptop that weighs just 3 pounds with its 4-cell battery and comes with 1 GB of RAM, 160 GB or 250 GB hard drive, WiFi and Bluetooth, 3 USB ports, VGA & HDMI out, LAN, SD Card slot, and audio in/out in a slightly thicker form factor than the MacBook Air - but it's got Apple's look and feel, so who cares?

On the downside, the reviewer says the keyboard is mediocre and pretty ugly in comparison with the chiclet keyboard on MacBooks - but PC users won't mind, and at $2400 RMB (about $350), there have to be some compromises.

Products & Services

Crucial RealSSD 300 Pushes Performance to New Levels with Read Speeds of Up to 355 MB/s

PR: Solid-State technology brings a new level of performance and reliability to netbook and notebook storage. No moving parts provides for quieter, cooler, and more durable solutions to traditional hard disk drives.

The need for speed

If you're looking for unhindered speed, Crucial's RealSSD C300 is here. The new 2.5" Crucial RealSSD C300 drive offers mobile and desktop users scorching-fast read speeds of up to 355 MB/s. And because it has no moving parts, you will also enjoy a quieter, cooler, and more durable storage solution - and a better alternative to a traditional notebook hard drive.

Improved data transfers

Designed with high-speed synchronous MLC NAND, advanced controller technology, optimized NAND management, and the new SATA 6 Gb/s interface, these drives dramatically improve data transfers for bandwidth-demanding applications like audio and video.

Push your performance

The improvement in boot time and application load times push performance to new levels at the desktop too. You will experience improvement across a variety of common tasks such as viewing and editing photos, video, music and other media, gaming, communications, productivity and security.

Memory Experts

The Crucial brand of memory has long been synonymous with reliability and high-performance. Our expertise in NAND process technology enables us to optimize the performance and durability of Crucial solid-state drives.

Guaranteed compatible

Crucial RealSSD C300 series employ a standard hard drive interface and dimensions, so it is an easy storage upgrade for most notebooks.

Just Released: Crucial RealSSD

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The new 2.5" Crucial RealSSD C300 drive offers mobile and desktop users scorching-fast read speeds of up to 355 MB/s! The Crucial C300 drive:

  • Natively supports next generation SATA 6 Gb/s, and SATA 3 Gb/s on legacy systems
  • Available in 128 GB and 256 GB capacities
  • Features a three-year limited warranty
  • SATA 6 Gb/s interface
  • High-speed Synchronous NAND

Innovation in Solid-State Technology

Designed with high-speed synchronous MLC NAND, advanced controller technology, optimized NAND management, and the new SATA 6 Gb/s interface, these drives dramatically improve data transfers for bandwidth-demanding applications like audio and video.

Crucial's expertise in NAND design and development makes them well equipped to optimize NAND components to specifically address the performance needs of solid-

state storage. These innovations change the rules of storage and deliver breakthrough speed that transforms your computing experience.

Better Alternative for Mobile Computing

Solid-state technology in the RealSSD C300 means no moving parts for a quieter, cooler and more durable storage solution to withstand the rigors of mobile computing. Its industry-standard storage interface and dimensions makes it an easy

upgrade and a better alternative to a mechanical hard drive.

Advantages for Mobile and Beyond

The improvement in boot time and application load times push performance to new levels at the desktop too. You will experience improvement across a variety of common tasks such as viewing and editing photos, video, music and other media, gaming, communications, productivity and security.

Available Products:

  • 256 GB RealSSD C300
  • 128 GB RealSSD C300

Benefits:

  • Performance - Improve boot up and application load times
  • Reliability - Withstand extreme shock and vibration
  • Compatibility - SATA 6 Gb/s, backward compatible to SATA 3 Gb/s
  • Quality - Crucial is a trusted name in DRAM and NAND products
  • Three Year Limited Warranty

$799.99

WD Introduces New My Passport Studio Portable Drives

PR: WD introduced its new My Passport Studio portable drives featuring the superfast FireWire 800 interface and a customizable e-label that's always visible, even when the drive is unplugged. Sporting a sleek and stylish design, the new high-performance My Passport Studio drives are formatted for Mac computers, compatible with Apple TimeMachine software, and feature automatic and continuous backup with WD SmartWare software, and 256-bit hardware-based encryption. Available now at select retailers and shopwd.com, the new My Passport Studio drives are offered in capacities of 320 GB, 500 GB and 640 GB.

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WD's My Passport Studio drives are designed for creative professionals and Mac enthusiasts. Their production and use of many large files require the fast transfers from computer to My Passport Studio drives that FireWire 800 provides. Professionals such as photographers also benefit from the e-labeling system to effectively organize their work.

The e-label smart display on the front of the My Passport drives can be changed as often as desired using the included WD SmartWare software. Users can easily create a label to personalize their drive or remind themselves of its contents. The e-label also shows available capacity and whether the drive is locked. Utilizing e-paper technology, the information on the display remains clearly visible, even when the drive is unplugged.

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According to research firm Parks Associates, the average US broadband household currently has over 120 GB of digital media and files which is projected to grow to over 1 TB of data by 2013.

"Many of our customers store their content on multiple external drives, making it difficult to know what content is on each drive," said Dale Pistilli, vice president of marketing of WD's Branded Products group. "The e-label smart display is an elegant and practical solution for organizing and keeping track of one's digital life and work. WD SmartWare software makes it easy for users to protect their valuable content with automatic and continuous backup and encryption."

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The new My Passport Studio is fully compatible with Apple TimeMachine software for easy backup of your most important files. It also offers the option of the simple and intuitive WD SmartWare software, with automatic continuous backup and real-time visual interface, giving users a reassuring view of their backup as it happens. After the first backup, users' files are backed up automatically every time they change or add a file.

My Passport Studio drives also feature user-selected password protection combined with 256-bit hardware-based encryption, which scrambles files before they are stored. Typically found only on much more expensive drive systems, the encryption acts as a virtual padlock to keep users' data safe.

The new My Passport Studio drives are offered in capacities of 320 GB, 500 GB and 640 GB and have a 3-year limited warranty. My Passport Studio ultraportable drives are available now at select retailers and online at shopwd.com. MSRP for the My Passport Studio drives ranges from $149.99 to $199.99 depending on capacity.

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The new WD My Passport Studio ultraportable drives feature:

  • Smart display - a customizable e-label that reminds users of what is stored on the drive and provides available capacity and security status at a glance even when the drive is unplugged;
  • FireWire 800 - users can save and access data at top speeds with the high-performance FireWire 800 interface;
  • Plug-and-play, designed for use with Mac computers and compatibility with Apple TimeMachine software;
  • WD SmartWare software that visually presents consumers' data in a software control center;
  • 256-bit hardware-based encryption and password protection for peace of mind knowing that data is protected from unauthorized access;
  • USB 2.0 interface - for convenience and compatibility among multiple computers;
  • Planet-friendly packaging derived from recycled materials to minimize waste;
  • HFS+ Journaled formatting and are compatible with Mac OS X Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard;
  • See your backup as it happens - Seeing is believing. Visual backup displays your content in categories and shows the progress of your backup.
  • Protect your data automatically - Relax. Your data is secure. Automatic, continuous backup will instantly make a second copy whenever you add or change a file.
  • Bring back lost files effortlessly - Retrieve your valuable data to its original location whether you've lost all your data or just overwritten an important file.
  • Take control - Customize your backup, set drive security, run diagnostics, manage the power settings, and more from the WD SmartWare control center.
  • Drive lock - Gain peace of mind knowing that your data is protected from unauthorized access or theft with password protection and 256-bit hardware-based encryption.
  • 3-year limited warranty.

WD SmartWare Software

WD SmartWare software features:

  • Visual backup displays that show content in categories and shows the progress of backup;
  • Automatic, continuous data backup will instantly make a second copy whenever you add or change a file;
  • Retrieve valuable data to its original location whether it's lost data or the file has been overwritten; and,
  • Customizable data backup that allows users to set drive security, run diagnostics, manage the power settings, and more from the WD SmartWare control center.

System Requirements:

  • Mac OS X Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard
  • Requires reformatting for Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7

Price: $199.99

Programmable Digitizer Pen Promotion Announced for Modbook

PR: Mac tablet manufacturer Axiotron has announced a new promotion for the company's award-winning Modbook solution, still the one and only Mac tablet computer. Under the promotion, every Modbook ships with an additional (second) digitizer pen set (a $50 value) that includes a programmable digitizer pen and replacement felt, pencil and studio pen tips. This promotion is valid while supplies last.

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Embraced by creative professionals as an all-in-one portable production studio, the Modbook integrates Axiotron's tablet hardware and software technology, a Wacom Penabled digitizer and an Apple MacBook base system. Unlike Apple's iPad mobile digital device, the Modbook is a full-fledged tablet computer running the Mac OS X operating system. It is not a one-app-at-a-time media pad. Instead, the Modbook is a pen-enabled tablet computer system with 512 levels of pen pressure sensitivity on which creative applications like Adobe Photoshop or Toon Boom Storyboard Pro can be used to produce high-resolution, professional-quality creative deliverables.

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With its fast processing speeds (2.13 GHz for Modbooks with new base systems), superior graphics (including an Nvidia GeForce 9400M integrated graphics processor on many models), large 13.3" AnyView LCD display and durable ForceGlass screen, the Modbook is the most powerful and affordable slate-style tablet computer system on the market. A comprehensive side-by-side analysis of the leading tablet PCs is available at http://www.modbook.com/.

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Both the Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard operating systems are supported on the Modbook.

The manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for complete Modbooks built with a customer-supplied Apple MacBook base system is $899 and the MSRP for complete Modbooks that include a new dealer-supplied 2.13 GHz base system is $1,849.

Individual Axiotron dealers offer complete Modbook systems based on preowned and refurbished base systems at price points below the $1,849 MSRP. Customers should check with individual dealers for details on these value-priced offers. (Modbook availability and specific system configurations may vary depending on dealer.) A complete list of Axiotron dealers in ten countries in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia is available at http://www.modbook.com/.

Many dealers also offer Modbooks based on MacBooks that are supplied by customers. At an MSRP of $899, this offer represents the most attractive price point available for students and other customers who would like to convert their MacBook into a tablet. Most non-unibody MacBook models are eligible for conversion.

Customers who purchase the Modbook get a ninety-day Modcare warranty on the entire system (including the MacBook base system, whose warranty is voided during the Modbook conversion). Extended warranty options are available through participating Axiotron dealers. Modbook servicing and repair are available through Axiotron's service provider network.

"Apple's introduction of the iPad has also brought renewed attention to the Modbook," says Axiotron CEO Andreas E. Haas. "The iPad, like the iPhone and iPod touch which share its operating system, offers a unique way of consuming media content. However, Modbook users require more: the full Mac OS X experience with multitasking applications and the Finder, desktop-like processing and graphics power, handwriting recognition, and the detail and control that only a pressure-sensitive pen-input system can provide. That's because Modbook users don't just consume media content - they create it! Only the Modbook offers creative professionals and general users a complete, Mac OS X-based tablet computer solution."

Logitech Announces Speaker Designed for Netbooks and Laptops

PR: Laptop and netbook computers are portable and powerful enough to do everything you love such as enjoying music, movies and video calls. But as computers have gotten smaller, audio quality has often been sacrificed.

To enhance the audio quality of your favorite tunes and movies, today Logitech announced the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205 - a lightweight speaker with an easy-to-attach clip-on design that lets you pump up the volume wherever you take your laptop.

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"When designing the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205, we wanted to help people get better audio while enjoying their favorite shows or music without sacrificing portability. The Laptop Speaker Z205 is tiny enough to toss in your bag, but delivers big sound."

"While people love the portability of their laptop computer, they are often missing out on the immersive listening experience that external speakers provide," says Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech's audio business unit. "When designing the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205, we wanted to help people get better audio while enjoying their favorite shows or music without sacrificing portability. The Laptop Speaker Z205 is tiny enough to toss in your bag, but delivers big sound."

Whether you use a Mac or a Windows - based laptop or a netbook, the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205 securely attaches to the top of most laptop screens. The Laptop Speaker Z205 is also small - approximately 1.35 inches thick and 2.5 inches tall - which means you'll always be able to take it with you. And the included carrying case protects your speaker while inside your briefcase or backpack.

Now, when you're watching your favorite show, listening to Pandora, or making a video call, you'll enjoy rich, full stereo sound thanks to two high-performance drivers, a built-in amplifier and an acoustically tuned enclosure. And you can easily adjust the volume as well as turn the speaker on and off using the buttons located on the top of the speaker. The included USB cable is all you need for power and audio - there's no need for an external power supply - so simply plug the Z205 into your computer and start enjoying your entertainment

The Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205 is expected to be available in the US and Europe for a suggested retail price of $39.99 beginning in March.

Pendle Products Releases New Laptop Stands

PR: Pendle Products' mission statement is to produce a range of well designed, simple products such as their new line of Laptop Stands.

The developers say this product was designed because they wanted a laptop stand to use themselves, and after looking at some of the stands that were available they decided we could make one of their own incorporating some improvements along the way over what was available, and now they're offering that stand to everyone.

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Currently, there are two Pendle Laptop Stand models.

Laptop Stand Regular - The Pendle Laptop Stand for 15 inch and smaller laptops.

Designed to lift your laptop to a more comfortable height when working with an external monitor. This makes it much more comfortable to use for long periods of work. Allowing the ergonomics of a full size display, keyboard and mouse with the convenience and portability of a laptop. Ideal if you have recently replaced your desktop but miss the comfort.

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The Pendle Laptop Stand has been designed to look good on your desk, its strong and stable with a very small footprint. The space underneath allows you to keep accessories such as external backup drives or USB hubs. You don't have to clear a laptop sized space for this stand.

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The design also gives it an inbuilt strength and stability making it feel secure. Your laptop stands on its normal feet on the surface of the stand (as intended by it's manufacturer), the large hole underneath allows more air to circulate than it would on the desk surface. The holes in the side allow you to tidy away cables from ports situated on the side of your laptop.

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The Pendle Laptop Stand, designed and manufactured in-house at Pendle's factory in Nelson, Lancashire, UK, is made from steel using fast and precise laser cutters. The surface is powder coated in Black or White.

This stand is intended for laptops of up to 15" screen size such as the Apple MacBook Pro, it is also suitable for smaller laptops and Netbooks. The useable area is 325 x 225 mm, if the feet underneath your laptop are within this size then it will fit.

Users of 15" laptops may also be interested in Pendle's 'Laptop Stand Large' (see immediately below), a 15" laptop's feet will fit on the Regular stand with the sides of the laptop slightly overhanging. On the larger stand they will slightly underhang. The choice is up to you.

Available in Black or White.

Price: £42 + £3 postage & packing (contact Pendle for shipping costs outside the UK)

The Pendle Laptop Stand for larger Laptops

Designed to lift your laptop to a more comfortable height when working with an external monitor. This makes it much more comfortable to use for long periods of work. Allowing the ergonomics of a full size display, keyboard and mouse with the convenience and portability of a laptop. Ideal if you have recently replaced your desktop but miss the comfort.

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The Pendle Laptop Stand has been designed to look good on your desk, its strong and stable with a very small footprint. The space underneath allows you to keep accessories such as external backup drives or USB hubs. You don't have to clear a laptop sized space for this stand.

The design also gives it an inbuilt strength and stability making it feel secure. Your laptop stands on its normal feet on the surface of the stand, the large hole underneath allows more air to circulate than it would on the desk surface. The holes in the side allow you to tidy away cables from ports situated on the side of your laptop.

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The Pendle Laptop Stand, designed and manufactured in-house at Pendle's factory in Nelson, Lancashire, UK, is made from steel using fast and precise laser cutters. The surface is powder coated in Black or White.

This stand is intended for laptops of around 17" screen size such as the Apple MacBook Pro. The useable area is 390 x 265 mm, if the feet underneath your laptop are within this size then it will fit.

Users of 15" laptops may also be interested in our 'Laptop Stand Regular', a 15" laptop's feet will fit on the Regular stand with the sides of the laptop slightly overhanging. On the larger stand they will slightly underhang. The choice is up to you.

It is available in Black or White.

Price: £48 + £3 postage & packing. (contact Pendle for shipping costs outside the UK)

Pendle Products,
Unit 6,
Pendle Industrial Estate,
Southfield Street,
Nelson,
Lancashire,
BB9 0LD
United Kingdom

Link: Pendle Products

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