According to a report from the other day, it was suggested that the newly announced Mac mini, unlike its predecessors, would have its RAM soldered to the computer. This means that if you wanted to upgrade your Mac mini with more RAM, you’ll have to do it via Apple’s online store where it would no doubt cost you more than it would outside.
If you were hoping that wasn’t true, you might be disappointed to learn that it unfortunately is. This is according to a recent teardown conducted by the folks at iFixit in which they confirmed that the Mac mini’s RAM is indeed soldered to the machine. Along with their teardown, iFixit also found that 2014’s Mac mini is a bit harder to repair compared to its predecessors. Read full post →Mac Mini Gets The iFixit Teardown, Found To Be Harder To Repair
HP is a company known for creating computers and printers, but according to a new rumor courtesy of Re/code, it seems that HP could be building a device that combines all of their products together. The device is said to be announced on the 29th of October and has been given the “Sprout” project codename.
According to the report, Sprout is said to be a Windows-based PC that will come with a 3D scanner and a projector built into it. The latter feature isn’t new as we have seen smartphones and even tablets come with built-in projectors, so why not a PC, right? However we have to admit that the 3D scanning part is intriguing. Read full post →HP Could Be Planning A Windows PC With A 3D Scanner And A Built-In Projector [Rumor]