Yeah, it's good they are focusing on graphics though and at least bringing the IGP up to last year's dedicated GPUs. Couple it with the fact that SSD is now $1/GB and it makes for a very fast, affordable machine:
Apple tends to charge more for SSD but they could overhaul the whole lineup with SSD at $1/GB, even if they used 128GB boot drives on top of 320-512GB storage drives.
The desktop models will get the power drop and run cooler so machines like the iMac won't damage hard drives and displays with excess heat. The over-clocked chips perform very well:
The 3770k that will go in the iMac breaks 10 in Cinebench at 4.9GHz. That's impressive for a quad-core, considering the 12-core Mac Pro gets 15. Hook up 2 over-clocked PCs to an iMac and it will outperform the render performance of a 12-core E5-2690.
The 15" MBP chips seem to be up to 30% faster in CPU performance:
and the graphics performance is close to the 6630M in the Mini and 6490M in the old 15". This is fine for the 13" models but the 15" models should keep the dedicated GPUs and going by the drivers in Mountain Lion, it points to the Radeon 7000 series, which were released this week:
The 7770M would go into the entry 15". The 6770M gets 30fps on high in Skyrim:
so 36.9fps would be a minor speedup but still decent. The 7970M should go into the iMac and gets 70fps vs 40fps for the 6970M. I think the incoming updates will be good for the whole lineup - hopefully they'll put a 7730M in the Mini with a bit more VRAM this time (e.g 512MB).