Apple Thunderbolt Display

The Apple Thunderbolt Display is a flat panel computer monitor sold by Apple Inc., introduced on July 20, 2011. It is the only display currently sold by Apple, replacing the former Apple LED Cinema Display. New to the Thunderbolt Display is the switch from Mini DisplayPort and USB to a single Thunderbolt connection for data transfer between computer and display. The increased throughput from switching to Thunderbolt enables inclusion of a Gigabit Ethernet port and a FireWire 800 port on the display. Older model Macs with Mini DisplayPort, including all Macs introduced in 2010, are incompatible with the Thunderbolt Display.
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  • A Cheap Investment in Audio Will Increase Video Engagement

    … the following video. We purchased a cheap lavalier microphone on Amazon… it cost $60 plus shipping and handling. You’ll hear a bit of a crackle from it and it’s a bit bassy, but compared to the internal microphone on a $1,000 Apple Thunderbolt display, it’s absolutely night and day. Be sure to watch the entire video to hear the difference. Our…

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