In case you just woke from some kind of a coma (or you are a certain older gentleman running for a particularly prominent public office), Apple revealed new additions to the MacBook family: The totally redesigned aluminum 15" MacBook Pro and 13" MacBook, plus a slightly revamped MacBook Air and white plastic MacBook, "value" priced at $1000. Jobs and Co. also showed off the long-awaited iSight-endowed Cinema Display monitors. Here's a rundown of the announcements and our follow-up coverage: The Review • MacBook and MacBook Pro DUAL Review (yes, two at one time) The News • MacBook Pro announcement and first hands on • Aluminum MacBook announcement and first hands on • 24-Inch Cinema Display announcement and first hands on • MacBook Air update Additional Coverage • MacBook Pro video tour • MacBook Sizemodo, new and old • Why the new MacBook Pro has two graphics cards • All about MacBooks' new glass trackpad and multitouch • Apple's Blu-ray woes • The "Brick" aluminum carving process • MacBook rumor roundup • Comment: MacBook pricing is still too high • Our liveblog of the Apple keynote • Giz Explains: Why Does the New MacBook Pro Have Two Graphics Cards? • Rumor: New 17-Inch MacBook Pro Delayed Until Early Next Year [Apple on Giz]
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