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Mac Computers of Communications Technology

The iMac, Macbook Pro, and Mac Mini. By: Robby and Marylin
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Marylin Rowswell

on 24 September 2012

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Robby and Marylin Mac Computers of
Communications Technology Compact, entry level budget computer Features The Mac Mini Portable, powerful laptop for school, home, and buisness use
On the go for indie film makers, photographers, etc.
A bit pricey The macintosh are a series of personal computers created by Apple Inc.
They were the first computers to feature a mouse and a graphical user interface rather than command-line interface
Uses their own Operating System along with their own hardware, unlike Microsoft iMac

Mac Mini

Macbook Pro Types of Macintosh
Computers Introduced in 2005
Less processing power than other Macs
Nicknamed the "headless iMac" Has a small size--original design only 17cmx17cmx5cm
Original design not meant to be upgraded
Front: Optical Drive
Back: I/O Ports
Made from aluminium capped with plastic Why would you use this
Computer? Not expensive, a budget computer to meet your basic needs
Good for home theatre (could be used to replace Apple Tv
Very Portable
Not for perfessional, heavy proccessing uses (heavy graphics editing, design, rendering) The Macbook Pro Virtually wireless, home
desktop computer. The iMac First introduced in 1998.
It has evolved through about 4 models
Apple's main consumer desktop Why would you use
this computer? Design Intel core Duo processor
512 Mb DDR2 SD RAM
60 or 80 SATA Hard Drive
Includes Optical Drive 2006 Mac Mini Intel core i5 or i7 processor
2gb or 4 gb DDR3 RAM
500 GB or 1 TB Hard Drive
No Optical Drive 2011 Mac Mini 2005 2011 2009 (cc) image by jantik on Flickr Conclusion Portable laptop for home, school, and work use Introduced in 2006
Produced with 13 and 15 inch screens
Replaced PowerBook G4 Design Features Why would you use this
computer? Second generation macbooks included a precision aluminum unibody enclosure
Follows style of Macbook Air
Trackpad enlarged, enables multitouch and scrolling features 1998 2004 2002 (cc) image by jantik on Flickr 2006 iMac G5 iMac G4 eMac iMac G3 Was designed to be completely wireless.
Built everything in behind the screen.
Comes in two sizes, 21.5" or 27" display.
Has ethernet port, FireWire port, audio input/outputs, and 3-4 USB ports.
Changed from polycarbonate to aluminum in 2007. Design Design Features Intel Core 2
128MB or 256MB of GDDR3 SDRAM
160GB or 250GB SATA Hard Drive
8x SuperDrive Optic Drive 2006/07 iMac 2010 iMac A relatively non-portable "all-in-one" desktop computer
For home and school use
Able to do a variety of functions 1998 iMac
Commercial 2011 iMac
Commercial Intel core i5 or i7
1GB or 2GB of DDR2 SDRAM
250GB or 320GB SATA Hard Drive
8x double loading SuperDrive Supports latest intel processors
4 GB or 8 GB RAM
FaceTime 720p Camera Apple computers are great
They are a bit pricey
Consider what you are going to use your computer for
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