Thursday, December 4, 2008
We pretty much knew it was coming, but Apple has finally released its new MacBook Pro ($2000-$2800). The new models sport multi-touch trackpads that let you pinch, swipe, and rotate simply by using your fingers, like you would on an iPhone. They also include the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors, ranging from 2.4-2.6 GHz, and built on a 45nm process with 6MB of cache. Nvidia GeForce graphics keep games running smoothly, and up to 4GB of RAM and high-capacity drives keep the power users happy. So the real question is, anyone looking to buy a used MacBook Pro?
If you want to stand out from the crowd and defy Apple’s aluminum design this black MacBook Pro would make a cool match for you. Available in the same 1.83GHz, 2.0GHz and 2.16GHz Intel Core Duo configurations as the factory models, these babies come in any color you can imagine. At the $2,649-$3,549 price tag you get a custom design with a high quality X2 Coating Technology with all the speed, versatility, and convenience of the original Apple design. All these magic available at ColorWare.
LP640 Versace Edition at Toronto Autoshow 2008, with the white-black trim in the door
Presented at the Paris International Autoshow, the Lamborghini Murciélago LP640 Versace is a special edition version of the LP640 Coupé, with all the same performance features. The only difference is the two tone white-black trim, shown on both the exterior and interior of the car. However, Lamborghini de Spa have also built 1 black LP640 & LP640 Roadster. It also features custom Versace leather seating and a Gianni Versace logo plaque inside the vehicle. The Versace material costs $10,000 per seat. Lamborghini have also announced that they will only produce 20 units of this model.