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Faster performance, better graphics, seamless switching between on-board and discreet graphics, good battery life, brilliant display, keyboard and trackpad
Excellent performance, Stylish looks, Great multimedia capabilities
Looks, Performance, backlit keyboard, sound output
Extremely long battery life, Good performance
Amazing battery life. Automatic graphics switching for best performance. Mini DisplayPort provides digital video and audio output. Option for higher-resolution glossy or antiglare screen.
Great looks. Super-slick in use. Amazing battery life
Adds fast, efficient Intel Core i5, i7 processors, new Nvidia graphics, seamless switching between integrated, discrete GPUs.
Superior design engineering. Seamless switching graphics technology. Fast Core i5 processor. Bigger battery. Illuminated keyboard. New motion scrolling multitouch gesture. Versatile touchpad. Higher resolutions with anti-glare available.
New dual graphics subsystem, Improved graphics performance, Seamless switching between graphics chips, Significant performance increase overall, Longer battery life, Ability to output audio using MiniDisplay Port connection, New inertial scrolling.
No way to manually select just on-board graphics to save battery, some applications trigger the discreet graphics despite their undemanding nature, overheats excessively, only two USB ports, expensive
Feels Heavy, Average battery life, Price
Only two USB ports.
Pricey, especially if you spec it up. No Blu-ray drive. Awkward USB connections
At the top end of the price scale; still no HDMI, Blu-ray, or other high-end options.
No standard resolution/anti-glare screen option, No video adapters or Apple Remote included, No ExpressCard slot
By Electronicsme on August 19, 2010
Overall, the Apple MacBook Pro (MC371LL/A) is a great 15-inch notebook that combines the power of an Intel Core i5 with the functionality of a Mac OS. If you feel like you need even more power and capacity, then consider stepping up to the Core i7...
By Government Computer News on July 30, 2010
This laptop would do especially well when being used away from a power source for extended periods of time. It’s combination of an easy-to-use interface, a powerful processor, great battery life and nice ergonomics earn it a Reviwer’s Choice designation...
By HotHardware on July 21, 2010
The MacBook Pro makes a very impressing performance showing whether it is running the Mac OS or Windows. Most consumer-level applications will run on it just fine. In terms of professional-level apps, that's going to depend on what kind of workload...
By eWeek on June 14, 2010
The newest MacBook Pros stand up for themselves, as eWEEK Labs found when it spent some time with Apple's newest notebooks. The 15-inch and 17-inch models, which offer a choice between Intel's Core i5 and i7 processors and automatic switching of...
By TechTree on June 11, 2010
The new 15" MacBook Pro is priced at Rs. 1,09,900, Rs. 1,19,000 and Rs. 1,29,900 for the 2.4Ghz, 2.53GHz and 2.66GHz respectively. The pricing is not what you would call competitive and as usual spec for spec the MacBook Pros don't hold up the...
By Tech2 on June 09, 2010
FeaturesLooking at the hardware and aesthetics, now the MacBook will not only be known for being good-looking but also for its performance and the number-crunching power it offers. Check out the hardware specs and you’ll notice that the machine is...
By CIOL on June 06, 2010
Intel announced its core series processors last year and within a couple of months manufacturers started pushing out notebooks based on it. Apple fans waited for quite a while before they got the new series of processor in the Macbook and the iMac....
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
If you've followed our Mac coverage over the past year you know I've been telling everyone to wait until Apple brought Arrandale into its MacBook Pro lineup. The time has finally come and this week Apple updated its entire MacBook Pro...
By Macworld UK on May 27, 2010
Apple’s new 15in MacBook Pro line-up may look identical to its predecessor (the mid-2009 models that brought the fixed battery and SD card slot to the line), but under the hood, changes to both the CPU and GPU combine to make an impressive leap in...
By HardwareZone.com on May 23, 2010
Every year, almost like clockwork, some things for Apple happen. A new iPhone is announced (or leaked really early by accident), a new iPod is released, and usually, some changes to its iMac and MacBook Pro line-up occur. In 2008, we saw the...
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