Two dings against this high-quality display: Glare and a high price tag.
Macworld Lab takes a look at the new iMac Apple released earlier this week.
It's a solid value at $694, but (no surprise) it pales in comparison to Sharp's $3500 PN-K321.
The new 2014 MacBook Air offers a small speed increase in processor speed, but it's still a good value. (This review has been updated to include the $1099 11-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of flash storage.)
This 27-inch monitor can sense when you're at your desk or not and put itself to sleep or wake up.
The Pixma iP8720 is geared towards photography hobbyists who want to print on a grand scale.
Samsung's new UD590 is hardly cheap, but the others coming out cost several hundred dollars more. The company also announced a clutch of 1080p HD displays.
For those looking for a high quality, IPS screen, the 27-inch HP Z Display Z27i offers extra wide viewing angles, accurate color, tons of input options, ergonomic flexibility and anti-glare screen.
Macworld Lab finally got the high-end standard configuration model of Apple's high-end workstation. The benchmark results continue to impress.
We reviewed the $1299 iMac when it was first available. We finally got our hands on the other three standard configurations of the new iMac.
If coming up with a backup strategy is one of your New Year's resolutions, maybe a backup drive should be on your holiday shopping list. We can tell you what to look for.
Western Digital's portable My Passport Slim is a USB 3 hard drive priced at $100.
Angelbird's SSD2go is a fast performer and you can customize the case colors to match your personality.
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