Post your dream devices

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  1. Yumunum macrumors 65816

    Yumunum

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    It's time to release your inner child... Start dreaming!

    What are your dream Apple devices? Feel free to be as realistic or as far fetched as you want. You can even make your own price! This is pretty open to whatever you'd like.

    I'll start:

    MacBook Air Pro 17"
    Backlit keyboard
    External SuperDrive included
    Sandy Bridge i5 2.7GHz
    512GB SSD
    8GB RAM
    AMD Radeon HD 6750M
    2GB VRAM

    iPhone X
    4.5-inch Retina display
    ThunderBolt compatible
    Backlit home button & LED notifier
    Aluminum backing
    1.5GHz processor
    1GB RAM
    14 megapixel camera with optical zoom

    I'd pay top dollar for those. Too bad I might have to wait forever X3
     
  2. Yumunum thread starter macrumors 65816

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  3. superericla macrumors 6502

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    Sandy bridge processor? Since it's a dream machine you may as well go with ivy bridge.
     
  4. Yumunum thread starter macrumors 65816

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    True. I was imagining a dream world where the computer came out this summer though, lol. So yeah.
     
  5. johnnyturbouk, Jun 4, 2011
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    johnnyturbouk macrumors 68000

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    id add 16gb 1600 RAM
    dual 512 sata 6 ssd - like the vertex 3 in RAID 0

    all backed up to my TB time campsule

    30" 3D-HD OLED ACD- dual monitor set-up

    x2 USB3 ports - not via my expresscard

    x2 TB ports
     
  6. Funkymonk macrumors 6502a

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    Thinkpad body
    super thin and super light
    Ivy bridge i7 processors
    Top of the line graphics don't care which
    big beautiful, 4
    14" screen 1600x900 retina touch screen
    Thinkpad keyboard + maxbook large glass touchpad
    256ssd and 8gb
    12hr battery life


    oh and while being a thin, sexy, powerful its also convertible into the tablet
     
  7. johnnyturbouk macrumors 68000

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    woops forgot to mention 17" oled retina display
    sandybridge

    nvidia GPU with 2GB DDR RAM
     
  8. Yumunum thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Heck yes. That's what I want computing to be like. I don't want a touchscreen-only device that requires me to lug around a Bluetooth keyboard, I also don't want a non-touchscreen device with a keyboard, I want BOTH at the same time. Pretty much, a MacBook Air with a touchscreen, or an iPad with a keyboard. <-- in my perfect world
     
  9. Gilj macrumors member

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    My dream device is my current MBP but:
    -Much cooler (temp)
    -SSD
    -8GB RAM (Soon)
    -1 more Thunderbolt / ability to connect 2 displays trough 1 TB (chain).

    That it I think.
     
  10. arctic, Jun 5, 2011
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    Ivy Bridge? Nah, make mine Haswell.

    15" Air thinness (I love the mobility of 13" but HiRes screen real-estate FTW)
    AMD Radeon HD 6970M Crossfire or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 485M SLI
    RAM 16gb 1600MHz
    dual 512 sata 6 SSD (packing it in MBAir thinness would be a miracle :D) plus premium access to the iCloud
    OSX in a separate 32gb SOChip (instant boot)
    14 hour battery at least (@ maximum brightness setting)
    Dark Gray Liquid Metal Edition

    Available next week if you can donate your liver. :D
     
  11. rkmac macrumors 6502

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    15" Thinner than the current MBPs.
    Enough room for 2 SSDs with SATA3 on each so I can put 2x240GB SSD in RAID0.
    16GB of RAM.
    Dual Thunderbolt ports so I can attach 2 external displays.
    Whatever the processor is at the time.

    Im really hoping for a newly designed MBP next year, had my current MBP since late 2008. The only one I probably wont get is the 16GB of RAM... Far too expensive and I probably don't need it.
    Ive been eying up dual SSDs in RAID0 for a while now. I may just get them now and put them in my MBP in the SATA2 ports because the NZ Dollar is so high against the US... but then again the SSDs will probably be a few hundred dollars cheaper next year... ugh... decisions...

    TBH the iPhone 4 is my dream phone. I really cant see what else they could cram into it that would make it any more amazing.
     
  12. arctic macrumors 6502a

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    Double (or triple) the RAM so lesser chances of Apps crashing
    64gb (32gb is measly but let's see how the iCloud comes into play)
    8 megapixel and higher quality sensor (if Androids have em, why not Apple)
    Slightly better battery and power management so a real multitasking implementation can work
    Xenon Flash
    Multi Core Processor (equivalent or surpassing the iPad 2)
     
  13. Zumino macrumors newbie

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    I'm easy honestly:

    Give me a Thunderbolt Docking Station. With a single plug I want to be able to "dock" my system to 2 external monitors, an external HDD, Ethernet, external USB DVD drive (love optibay!), etc.

    That way I plug in 2 plugs (power and TB) and I'm at work at either my desk at home, or in the lab.

    Simplify my life!
     
  14. JR1993 macrumors regular

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    15" MacBook Air
    Intel Quantum Processor
    256GB RAM
    16GB GDDR10 GPU
    1TB SSD SATA XII

    Anti glare
     
  15. wikus macrumors 68000

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    15" macbook pro
    0.5" thick
    Quantum CPU
    Quantum GPU graphics
    Infinite hours of battery life on a single charge
    Instant-on
    Passive cooled with no fans
    SSD read/write speeds in the petabytes/sec
    Built-in LTE
    300dpi Super AMOLED anti-glare screen
     
  16. basesloaded190 macrumors 68030

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    This may be the only thing that actually may be coming soon!
     
  17. wikus macrumors 68000

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    It'd be a simple usb-like hub. It will come for sure.
     
  18. gorskiegangsta, Jun 7, 2011
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    gorskiegangsta macrumors 65816

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    My ideal computer:

    13 - 14 inch LCD display at 1440x900 (antiglare)
    quad core i7 CPU @2.5GHz (running at 10-15 watts)
    8GB DDR3 RAM at 1866MHz
    at least 500GB SSD (at 400+ MB/s read and write speed)
    Radeon 6750m equivalent (running at under 10 watts)
    OS X
    MacBook Pro unibody enclosure, trackpad, backlit keyboard (make it spill proof), 10+ hr battery, at least 2 USBs, 2 thunderbolt ports, SD/xD/MS-PRO card slot, ethernet port, magsafe, slot-loading DVD/Blu-Ray drive (if it still fits), + all other great MBP features.
    weight under 4.5 lbs
     
  19. superericla macrumors 6502

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    15" MacBook Pro
    1080p display
    Quad core Ivy Bridge
    AMD Radeon HD 6750m or better
    4 Thunderbolt ports (removing the two usb and one firewire with adaptors for usb and firewire available)
    15 hour battery life
    Apple blade SSD in addition to a standard hard drive bay
    Better cooling
     
  20. Zumino macrumors newbie

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    Not freaking soon enough!
     
  21. basesloaded190 macrumors 68030

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    I know, I feel your pain. I would love nothing more than that as well because currently when i have to take my MBP away from my desk I have at least 5 cable to disconnect. If i can reduce that to one TB and the power adapter, I'm sold
     

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