Help, Guides, and News on making the Switch To Apple Macintosh Computers
The Mac mini is Apple's entry level desktop Macintosh. The Mac mini provides an economical solution for today's buyer and was first introduced by Steve Jobs at MacWorld 2005 with the "BYODKM" catch phrase - "Bring your own display, keyboard, and mouse". The Mac mini is the smallest Mac desktop that Apple sells.
The iMac is Apple's most popular and top selling desktop. With an eye catching, elegant, slim all-in-one space saving glossy display that houses both the monitor and computer, the iMac is the ideal desktop for most home users. The iMac is currently offered in 20-inch and 24-inch configurations.
The flagship Macintosh model and touted by Apple as the "Fastest Mac", the Mac Pro is the professional user's dream machine. The Mac Pro is the ideal choice for professional audio-video production, photography, design and print, 3D rendering, scientific / technical computing, and intensive computational computing.
Measuring only 1.08 inches thin, weighing only 4.7 pounds, and packing a brilliant 13.3-inch (diagona) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display, the MacBook offers users a great compromise between price, size, and portability. The 13.3 inch display hits the sweet spot. It's large enough for watching movies and running multiple applications yet small enough to pack away for your next trip. It's also light enough to prop on your lap.
Measuring less than 1-inch thin, weighing as light as 4.5 pounds, and available in either a 13-inch, 15-inch or 17-inch form factor, the MacBook Pro is the ultimate combination of speed, performance, connectivity, and mobility. The current MacBook Pro models are the fastest and most capable mobile Macintosh systems that Apple has ever released. The latest generation models offer improvements and refinements over the prior generation models that were released in late 2009. The MacBook Pro offers the speed, performance, and features demanded by enthusiasts, professionals, and gamers. The features available on the MacBook Pro make it an ideal desktop replacement.
To start using your Mac, you'll need to power it up. The location of the power button depends on the Mac model and particular revision that you own.
Talk about ultrathin, the MacBook Air redefines the portable computer. Despite measuring just 0.76 inches at it's thickest point and weighing only 3 pounds, the MacBook Aire packs a 13.3-inch widescreen LED backlit display and full-size keyboard. It is the ideal companion for the frequent business traveler, student, or ultra mobile user. It offers the essential speed, performance, and Mac-based experience without compromising on features.