Wedge Partners thinks that Apple is getting set to release redesigned MacBooks and iMacs in the next few weeks.

Wedge sees a redesigned iMac witjh a “thinner, organic design, likely with smoothed or rounded edges. The MacBook redesign “is likely to be limited,” Wedge asserts. Meanwhile, the firm also expects “new, lower price points to drive demand and create a meaningful competitive threat” to coming PCs based on Windows 7 as well as to the booming netbook segment. “We believe these new designs and price points will help Apple achieve a 3 million unit quarter for Macs in [calendar] Q4.”

We haven’t heard much from the iMac sector lately so it’d be nice to see a well done redesign.  We’re thinking that the 24-inch LED Cinema display is a pretty good place to start.  Will it have BluRay?  Does "Organic" mean OLED?

 

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