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_hm
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re: Apple plants Thunderbolt in display, Macs
_hm   7/20/2011 6:34:40 PM
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Will this 27 inch display have only Thunderbolt interface? Or will it also have optional HDMI interface too?

GREATTerry
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GREATTerry   7/20/2011 6:11:06 PM
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I still don't fully how the Thunderbolt can be beneficial when it is used as display, can a higher speed really help? In what aspect it helps? I don't see any problem with external display with the exsiting DVI connection. Will the macbook consume more energy when it is connected to the Thunderbolt peripheral?

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chanj0   7/20/2011 6:09:24 PM
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Will Thunderbolt become the interface only for Apple in the future given only a few vendors are adopting the technology?

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Kinnar   7/20/2011 4:52:01 PM
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It is good that the Thunderbold port is made available on the Apple products but for which purpose people will use this port as there are hardly some devices there in the segment with the said port.

rick merritt
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rick merritt   7/20/2011 4:03:52 PM
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Do you have any plans to put Thudnerbolt in your next product?

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