Didn’t I tell you that I’m really not an Apple hater? Well, here’s my point proven. This time I’ve got my personal review on the Apple’s new MacBook Pro. Released on April 13, the current MacBook Pro offers a wide range of notebooks in 13, 15, or 17-inch screen sizes. While 13-inch MacBook Pro is supported by the same Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 15 and 17-inch ones are updated with the latest Core i5 and i7 CPUs. Adding these top of the line processors automatically boosts the device in many ways. Besides, MacBook Pro holds a distinct graphic processor called Nvidia GeForce GT 330 M. Apple has also reported to increase Macbook’s battery life up to 10 hours on one charge. And above all, its Unibody design definitely keeps all of us hooked up.
All of the MacBook Pros boast 4GB memory, but available at different prices depending upon the particular processor. The 15-inch MacBooks are available in 2.4GHz, 2.53GHz (Core i5), & 2.66GHz (Core i7) processors. So, their prices are $1799, $1999, & $2199 respectively. However, 17-inch one is only available in 2.53GHz (Core i5) processor for $2299. The LED backlit widescreen display presents a native resolution of 1440 by 900p in 15-inch, and 1920 by 1200p in 17-inch screen. As the former is smaller in size, therefore, a pound lighter in weight than the latter one. The device is made eco-friendly by using recyclable aluminum and glass, and minimizing usage of elements like Arsenic, Mercury, PVC, and BFR. The 15 and 17-inch duo has got automatic graphics switching capability, which changes graphics for the user automatically from regular to Nvidia GPU and vice versa. The storage provided is 320GB or 500GB, 5400-rpm Serial ATA hard drive, with an option of 500GB, 7200-rpm hard drive or 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB solid-state drive.
Obviously, as a buyer, I wouldn’t say that MacBooks are affordable, but I wonder who actually expects Mac to be cheap? That’s undeniably the name of the game! However, as a reviewer I would recommend buying the 15-inch MacBook with 2.4 GHz processor. That’s comparatively a rational choice!
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