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Mac OS X Lion Is Now Available; MacBook Air, 27-Inch Display, and Mac Mini Too

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Today's the day! It's July 20, 2011 and Apple has released Mac OS X Lion for you Apple users. The new OS has a bunch of new features like Launchpad, Mission Control, and new multitouch gestures. You can check out everything you need to know about it on Apple and go and download it right now via the Mac App Store.

That's certainly not all from Apple. They have also unveiled their slew of refreshes including the MacBook Air, a new 27-inch display, and the new Mac Mini. We'll start talking about the new MacBook Air first which, of course, comes in 11.6 (1,366 x 768 resolution) and 13-inch (1,440 x 900 resolution) models. The smaller model starts at $999 and that'll get you a Core i5 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 64GB SSD. There's also a $1,199 model which doubles the RAM and doubles your storage. The 13-inch models starts at $1,299 and features a Core i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 128GB SSD. If you want to double your storage then there's a $1,599 model waiting for you. All of the MacBook Air models have integrated Intel HD graphics, webcams, two USB ports, a Thunderbolt port, a backlit keyboard, and the new OS X Lion. Oh yeah, the white MacBook is dead.

Alright, Apple has just outed and released their latest 27-inch Thunderbolt Display which packs a 2,560 x 1,440 resolution. The monitor is LED-backlit, has a webcam, three USB 2.0 ports, Thunderbolt, an Ethernet, and a 2.1-speaker. This one will cost you $999 and will be shipping within the next 60 days so you'll have to be a bit patient if you order this one today.

Last, but not least, is the new and updated Mac Mini. This one starts at $599 and packs a Core i5 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and a 500GB HDD. For $799 you get a speedier Core i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and a 500GB HDD. For $999 you can get the Core i7 with the Lion Server and it also has 4GB of RAM and dual 500GB HDDs inside. Of course, all of the models are customizable.

New MacBook Air: Redmond Pie
Apple Releases New 27-Inch Display: This Is My Next
Mac Mini Refresh: Slash Gear


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