Improved graphics performance.
Optional high-res glossy or matte screen.
Excellent battery life.
Multi-touch gestures on touch pad work flawlessly with OS.
Updated quad-core Core i7 processor.
Powerful AMD GPU with more dedicated memory.
OS X Lion is superb.
We’re still waiting for Thunderbolt to pay off.
Only a minor upgrade from previous version.
Lacks a Blu-ray drive.
Lacks an HDMI port.
Battery is not user-replaceable
Competitors offer lower prices and larger feature sets.
By TechTree on February 10, 2012
With an updated set of hardware and the spanking new Mac OS X Lion, the new MacBook Pro 15 brings a lot more to the plate than its predecessor, especially if you have some heavy processing requirements. It maintains the same stylish aluminium unibody...80
By Tech2 on January 06, 2012
At Rs.1,04,900, it makes a very tempting buy if you're looking for both battery life and solid performance, which let’s face it, is very difficult to find on a Windows-based notebook. The refresh continues the legacy of the MacBook Pros before...70
By G4tv.com on December 23, 2011
Video Review: Apple's new MacBook Pro offers state of the art Intel processors, Thunderbolt technology and a longer lasting battery. Chris Hardwick joins Candace Bailey to break down these new features and whether it lives up to Apple...60
By PC Advisor on December 21, 2011
Apple didn’t even press release the changes in this gentle speed bump for autumn 2011’s MacBook Pro. But small increases in performance are there to be had, over what was already a spectacularly fast laptop. We’re still holding out for...90
By Mac|Life on December 14, 2011
Modest updates make small improvements on an already-great machine, but the optional anti-glare screen is something many Mac users have been clamoring for. Product 15-inch 2.2GHz Core i7 MacBook Pro Company Apple Contact apple.com Price $1799...90
By tech.uk.msn.com on December 14, 2011
Bottom Line: A quality piece of kit, but you'll need a banker's bonus to pay for...100
By NotebookCheck on December 05, 2011
The MacBook Pro refresh brings a better performance for the same price. However an upgrade hardly pays off for owners of a model from early 2011 as the differences are too small. To summarize, the 15 inch MacBook Pro is still an excellent laptop,...86
By Macworld UK on November 24, 2011
Apple’s announcement of updates to the MacBook Pro was so low-key you might have missed it. And truth be told, it wasn't the flashiest update, with new processors and graphics the biggest changes. While the improvements in the new MacBook Pros...80
By AnandTech on November 17, 2011
The early 2011 MacBook Pro is honestly Apple's best effort to date. Only using quad-core CPUs on the 15 and 17-inch models, and offering an optional Thunderbolt Display that can act as a modern day dock makes this platform, particularly the 15-inch...-
By Computer Shopper on November 16, 2011
With this fall 2011 update, Apple's middle-child MacBook Pro gets a slightly faster processor and more graphics muscle, keeping its performance well ahead of the competition. It's a minor update from the previous version, making the need to...90