James GalbraithPCWorld

James is the director of Macworld Lab.

Apple iMac (27-inch/Core i5): The Fastest Stock iMac Model Ever

Only slightly slower than the blazing Core i7 iMac, this Core i5-based 27-incher runs Windows and OS X, but you don't get extras like multitouch, Blu-ray, or a TV tuner.

Apple iMac (27-Inch/Core i7): Hail to the All-in-One Performance King

Fastest all-in-one PC we've seen runs Windows and OS X, and has a huge screen--but lacks extras like multitouch, Blu-ray, and a TV tuner.

Blu-ray Buying Guide

It may have beaten out HD-DVD in the bloody battle to be the high definition optical drive standard, but in the time since the format wars ended, Blu-ray Disc...

Is the 27-inch IMac All It's Cracked up to Be?

The quad-core iMac may among the fastest Mac models. But the 27-inch all-in-one desktop might be at risk for a feature that Mac users will not find as...

Photo Printers Buying Guide

Online photo processors and drugstore kiosks are fine choices for printing your personal photos, but if you want to take photo printing matters into your own...

27-inch Core I5 IMac (with Core I7 Option)

When Apple announced new iMacs last month, it included a major step forward amid the subtle-but-welcome refinements in most of the models: the first ever iMac to...

Introducing Speedmark 6

Back in August, Apple entered the era of Snow Leopard. Today, Macworld's Speedmark test suite enters the Snow Leopard's den.

IMac (Late 2009) Benchmarks

Apple recently updated its popular iMac line of desktop computers to include larger screens, more standard memory and bigger hard drives. Three of the four new...

Mac Mini (Late 2009) Benchmarks

Apple recently released an update to its Mac mini line of desktop computers. The changes include faster processors, more RAM, and Apple's Snow Leopard operating...

MacBook (Late 2009) Benchmarks

Last week, Apple released the first batch of new hardware since the company released Snow Leopard last August. Among these new Macs is a newly designed unibody...