Apple MacBook Pro 15.4 inch - Spring 2010 Edition - Intel Core i7
Quad-core Core i7 processor is a first. AMD Radeon HD 6750M is a powerful GPU and works with Apple's Automatic Graphics Switching technology. Gorgeous unibody enclosure. Thunderbolt is in its early stages, but it looks promising. Webcam now streams in
New fast Core i5 and i7 processors, better Nvidia graphics, seamless switching between discrete and integrated graphic cards.
Adds fast, efficient Intel Core i5, i7 processors; new Nvidia graphics; seamless switching between integrated and discrete GPUs.
Excellent battery life, Strong Core i7 performance, Automatic switchable graphics, Comfortable backlit keyboard, Great touchpad with inertial scrolling
Advanced graphics; Core i5 and i7 chips finally offered; unmatched battery life
Pricey. Lack of Thunderbolt devices to take advantage of the new interface.
Costly, no HDMI, Bluray or 3G.
At the top end of the price scale; still no HDMI, Blu-ray or other high-end options.
Runs warm, Limited ports, Pricey
Few new external features; no Blu-ray drive
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