Today Apple unveiled two new Intel-based Mac mini systems that are up to four times faster than previous G4 models. The high-end model sports a 1.66 GHz Intel Core Duo processor and the lower-end model comes with a 1.5 GHz Intel Core Solo processor. Both systems now include built-in 10/100/1000 BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet, built-in AirPort Extreme WiFi, built-in Bluetooth, four USB 2.0 ports (up from two in previous models), one FireWire 400 port, an optical digital and analog audio in/out, …Continue Reading >
New to this years Macworld Expo is the official Macworld Auto Show, which featured our pal Matt Turner’s VW Mac mini install and five other cars tricked out with various iPod integration solutions. It was great to finally see Matt’s install in person, the craftsmanship of his install is amazing.
We also had the opportunity to chat with Matt about his new company 2point5 which is manufacturing the spec.dock, a collection of custom iPod docks that are easily installed (typically …Continue Reading >
The MacVroom team had a great time meeting and talking with exhibitors and visitors to the Macworld expo today. The day started with many of the Mac faithful clamoring to follow the keynote, which was not available as a live web stream this year. Thankfully MacRumors had an excellent auto-refreshing AJAX-based web page that fed everyones appetite for up-to-the-minute information.
Unfortunately, the Mac mini was not one of the new systems to be outfitted with the new Intel dual-core …
MacVroom would like to invite everyone to visit our sister site TuneVroom.com. This new site is a companion to MacVroom.com and focuses in installing iPods in your car. Like MacVroom, TuneVroom provides up-to-date information on iPod car integration news, new product releases, reviews, and user installs. The site also has a comprehensive product catalog and plenty of tips to help determine the best way to iPod your ride.
Take some time to check out the new site and let …Continue Reading >