Apr 29

Apple does get its full credit for creating great products. But this leaves us all to wonder if Apple’s products are as phenomenal as they are lauded or is it that other companies and rivals are simply not competing. Let us take a quick look at Mac Book Pros which seems to be the archetype of Apple’s innovative designs.

Are they really that good? Or is it that the other large companies have stepped to the sideline to let Apple do what it seems to do best. Perhaps, the other companies with their products feel that they just cannot come close to competing with the products Apple tosses at the public on a daily basis. There is no doubt that Apple tends to throw the essence of chic, wonderfully made and well equipped applications. Or is it possible that with Apple leading the industry of applications at this point, other large companies are just standing aside and allowing it to shine as they have no recourse for the perks that Apple is offering to consumers these days. Notoriously MacBook pro’s produce products that are the essence of chic gorgeous apps and well-made and are well equipped.

Are they really that good?

HP sells a great set of products including laptops. Its elite book line and more recently its pro-book line, tends to populate the desk of many large companies all over the world. This fact is undisputed.

So exactly what HP came up with that has attracted so many with its features.

Unfortunately for Macbooks, it is apparent the Envy has no chance of winning the technological race. Although the 13-inch Envy is thin and light it is not considered remarkably so. No doubt it is attractive, but other than teenagers taking their first excursions into the great wide world of the internet, few others seem to be impressed.  IT Support

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