Thunderbolt Macbook Pro is the fastest, most versatile I/O ever

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Thunderbolt Macbook Pro A Measuring Standard

The MacBook Pro is a line of Macintosh portable computers introduced in January 2006 by Apple Inc. It replaced the PowerBook G4 and was the second model to be announced in the Apple–Intel transition (after the iMac). Positioned at the high end of the MacBook family, the MacBook Pro is currently produced in three sizes: the 13-, 15-, and 17- inch.

Apple’s MacBook Pro has been the standard-bearer for professional notebook computers. Apple’s extra-mile engineering sets the bar for performance, durability, build quality, longevity, ergonomics, battery life, and connectivity. For the past several years, Apple has had only itself to out-o with each new generation of MacBook Pro, yet Apple has still managed to set the pace, mostly with upgrades to materials, graphics, disk size, and battery life.

Thunderbolt Macbook Pro is the fastest, most versatile I/O ever in a notebook. Imagine accessing multiple streams of uncompressed HD video — from your notebook — at speeds that let you edit an HD feature film in real time. That’s how Thunderbolt technology will connect the next generation of high-performance peripherals to the next generation of computers — starting with MacBook Pro. Ultrafast and ultraflexible, the Thunderbolt pipeline is more than 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0, and it offers unprecedented expansion capabilities. It changes what you can do on a notebook.

Credit source: Infoworld

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