On the eve of Windows 7’s launch, Apple not only announced its most profitable quarter ever – the company chose to steal Microsoft’s thunder with several new product announcements. Enter a new MacBook with an LED-backlit display, longer 7-hour battery and glass multi-touch trackpad in addition to newer, faster iMacs starting at $1199 that use Intel Core 2 Duo and Core i5 and i7 quad-core processors and feature 21.5- and 27-inch LED-backlit widescreen displays. Also revealed were revamped versions of the Mac mini with more speed, storage and double the memory, as well as the Magic Mouse, which employs novel multi-touch technology. Here’s a look at these new additions to the firm’s celebrated product line.
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