09 Mar in TechAccording to an unconfirmed leak, the base model 2022 Mac Pro could feature 32 CPU cores and up to 64GB of RAM, with prices at around the $5500 mark.
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03 Nov 2020 in TechOne more thing... Next Tuesday (November 10) Tim Cook will take the stage to announce - in all likelihood - Apple's first ARM-based consumer Macs.
31 Jul 2020 in StudioiConnectivity mioXC is the world's first USB-C MIDI interface, and is compatible with portable devices like tablets and laptops. At USD 50, it's a very fair deal!
27 Mar 2020 in TechApple wants to switch its computers to ARM processors. According to well-informed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, this could happen as early as 2021. What's in it for us Mac users?
22 May 2019 in StudioEight-core configurations are accessible on the 15-inch MacBook Pro, starting at USD 2800. It's a significant upgrade in power for music producers.
06 Aug 2018 in StudioOrigin, maker of high-powered PCs and laptops, announced two new models for gamers and content creators - EON15-S and EVO17-S. Both computers are respectably thin and light, although the 15-incher steals the ...
06 Aug 2018 in StudioThe 13-inch laptop will be powered by Intel's Kaby Lake Refresh 14nm processors. This implies the upcoming laptop will be significantly faster than the 12-inch MacBooks, which work with ultra low-power M3 ...
05 Aug 2018 in StudioThe new Core i9 with 10,718 points is about 17% faster than AMD's pretender with a 9147 result. Intel's top-shelf CPU, the Core i7-8700K, racked up 7918 points, which calculates to a 25% performance difference.
12 Jul 2018 in StudioApple has announced upgrades to the top-tier MacBook Pros of interest to music professionals needing more power and storage. But it hasn't addressed the butterfly keyboard's fragility.
07 Jul 2018 in OtherIntel is readying 9000-series processors for an upcoming refresh of its Cofee Lake generation. According to a leaked microcode update document, there will be five new models, with both quad-and hexa-core ...
22 Jun 2018 in OtherThanks to NVMe, Toshiba's newest 64-layer 3D-TLC NAND memory chips, and a custom controller, these SSD drives race at up to 1600MB/s - more than you need even for high resolution audio recording.