Apple has finally upgraded its MacBook Pro range, everything looks the same on the outside, but things are certainly different on the inside. The new 2010 MacBook Pro has seen upgrades to its hard drive, processor, graphics and battery life – all of which make this the best model yet.
The Two 13-inch models offers a Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics and a choice of either a 250GB or 320GB Hard Drive. Prices start from $1,199.00.
There are three versions of the 15-inch model; two come with an Intel Core i5, but offer different speeds. They both have 4GB of RAM but one has a 320GB hard drive and the other a 500GB. The starting price is $1,799.00. The other 15-inch MacBook pro comes with the new Intel Core i7, but offers the same hardware features as the other two starting price is $2,199.00.
Finally we have the 17-inch: 2.53GHz model. The base version of this model comes with an Intel Core i5, but can be upgraded. All other hardware is the same as the 15-inch models and the 8- to 9-hour battery life is sure to win over a few buyers. Starting price for this model is $2,299.00. if you want to make your new Macbook Pro even better, then why no consider upgrading to an SSD – offering greater performance and extended battery life.
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