The new MacBook, which features a newly-deigned keyboard and a single USB-C port, among other things, launches Friday, April 10.
But, while the portable isn’t available to buy just yet, that hasn’t stopped the device from popping up in a video already. Just recently a Vietnamese site was able to publish a first-look video of the device, giving a glimpse of what to expect come the end of this week. Now, the MacBook with its 12-inch Retina display has shown up again, this time in a new video sourced from Ukraine and compared directly to the MacBook Air.
Ukrainian website Rozetka has put together a video that compares Apple’s newest MacBook to the mid-2013 MacBook Air, essentially taking an in-depth look at how the newest portable’s physical design compares to the older model. The video also makes mention that the new MacBook, at its thickest point (.51″), is nearly as thin as the original iPad (.50″).
The video comes in at just over 15 minutes, and does a nice job of showing off the many key features of the new MacBook, including the newly-designed keyboard, the new Force Touch trackpad, the single USB-C port, and the thin profile. You can check it out below. Unfortunately, there are no subtitles.
Youtube Video Here
Following the official announcement of its Galaxy A7, the Galaxy A series family with its metal unibody design is finally complete. To get to know each model better, Samsung Tomorrow has released an infographic that highlights the specs and dimensions side by side.
To recap, the Galaxy A3 is the smallest of the lot with a 4.5″ qHD display and the Galaxy A5 is the middle child with a 5.0″ HD display. Both Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5 runs on a mid-range 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor. The biggest of the lot is the Galaxy A7 which is announced with a 5.5″ Full HD 1080p HD 720p display and it gets a more uprated Snapdragon 615 Octa-Core processor. Dimension wise, the Galaxy A7 is the thinnest at only 6.3mm while the Galaxy A5 is slightly thicker at 6.7mm and the Galaxy A3 at 6.9mm.
Surprisingly the Galaxy A7 is officially announced with a HD 720p display, while the units previewed at the Malaysian Galaxy A launch were having a higher Full HD resolution (1920×1080). This was also confirmed via Amanz’s CPU-Z screenshot on the Galaxy A7. It is a possibility that we could be getting a higher spec variant than the rest of the world or Samsung has decided to turn its hardware specs down a notch.
For the international markets, there will be 2 variants of the Galaxy A7 available – 4G LTE with a higher 1.8GHz x4 + 1.3GHz x4 processor set up or a 4G/3G dual-SIM version with 1.5GHz x4 + 1.0GHz x4 combination. Check out the full Galaxy A infographic after the break.