Apple Thunderbolt Display 27 inch (MC914)
Lots of connectivity ports.
Good image and color quality.
Impressive audio output.
Gorgeous screen and features of the Apple Cinema Display.
Thunderbolt, FireWire, and Ethernet support.
Works seamlessly with a Mac.
Some motion blur.
No native compatibility option with PCs or older, non-Thunderbolt Macs.
By Macworld on February 27, 2014
Laptops are often used like desktop computers, with external devices such as displays, hard drives, and printers plugged into the ports. When you need to use your laptop as a mobile device, you have to spend time plugging and unplugging those devices—a...80
By Macworld Australia on January 04, 2013
When it comes to picture quality you’ll get glorious a 2560 x 1440 resolution desktop out of a Thunderbolt-enabled Mac. The LED-backlit IPS panel boasts 375 cm/d2 brightness, excellent contrast and impressive colours. Yet the Dell offers similar...90
By reviewed.com on March 07, 2012
The Apple 27-inch Thunderbolt Display is a sleek, clean monitor designed to be used primarily with Mac computers that have a Thunderbolt port. It is LED-backlit and widescreen oriented. Unlike traditional monitors, it has no built-in controls and cannot...-
By theglobeandmail.com on December 05, 2011
Apple’s new Thunderbolt Display, successor to the Cupertino, CA company’s successful Cinema Display, is nothing if not a treat for aesthetically-minded gear hounds.A 27-inch, 11-kilogram behemoth, it has a gorgeous glass front that stretches...-
By theregister.co.uk on December 02, 2011
Oh oh so lovely. Oh oh so expensive. What else is there to say? It’s an Apple product, which means it’s built to a standard that makes you wet your pants but priced to tighten your scrotum. Just keep in mind that a Thunderbolt Display needs...85
By Pocket-lint on November 01, 2011
If you’re looking for a bigger picture and the connectivity options with the added bonus of a docking station then it is worth the...80
By TechRadar on October 28, 2011
Glance at Apple's new Thunderbolt Display and you might mistake it for an iMac. Look a bit closer, and you might still be fooled â the display is the same as the panel used in the current 27-inchers. Even if you were to take it...80
By PC Pro on October 11, 2011
A superb, if pricey, partner to the latest generation of MacBooks, offering superb image quality and Thunderbolt...83
By PC Advisor on September 28, 2011
For owners of the 2011 MacBook Air, the Thunderbolt Display is a fantastic way to get iMac-like features while still being able to walk away with one of the lightest laptops available. If your Mac has Thunderbolt, FireWire 800, and gigabit ethernet,...80
By ZDNet Australia on September 26, 2011
The lack of native PC support is still a disappointment. That said, the stellar performance and added connection features, including Ethernet and Thunderbolt, make it a powerful and functional monitor for users of Thunderbolt-enabled...80