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Saturday, February 26, 2011

New MacBook Pro Just to Upgrade Processor

As the issues that had developed a few days earlier, Apple is releasing a new version of MacBook Pro laptop that uses Intel's Sandy Bridge. available three variants of each of these 13, 15, and 17 inches with a choice of dual core processors and quad cores.

There was no special event to announce this new product line. Apple just issued a press release only. Update is the latest generation MacBook Pro this was not significant. Still, Apple gives the lure of that with the new processors provide twice the speed higher than the previous generation.

Besides upgrading to the newer processors, new features were added only Thunderbolt ports from Intel that is designed for high speed data transmission up to 10 Gbps for high quality multimedia content. In addition, the camera in FaceTime latest MacBook Pro is said to have been able to operate on an HD display.


This change was not busy as rumors. Previously had heralded the MacBook Pro will ship with a new design. Even the media had said to his mistress with a solid state disc and screen with a 16:9 ratio. However, it turns out its just the same as the previous model.

MacBook Pro The new generation will soon be present in the market with prices starting from the official 1199 U.S. dollars per unit. Here are some options available models.

- MacBook Pro 13 inch - 2.3 GHz Core i5 CPU, 4GB of 1333 MHz SDRAM, 320GB 5400RPM hard drive, 1280 by 800 pixels screen, Intel HD 3000 Integrated Graphics GPU, SuperDrive, Facetime HD camera, Thunderbolt combined high-speed IO ports and Mini DisplayPort, SDXC card slot.

- MacBook Pro 15-Inch - 2.2 GHz/2.7 GHz Core i7 CPU, 4GB of 1333MHz SDRAM, 500GB/750GB 5400RPM hard drive, 1440 by 900 pixels screen, AMD AMD 6490M GPU as standard, with an option on the 6750 GPU with faster 1GB on-board RAM, SuperDrive, Facetime HD camera, Thunderbolt port, SDXC card slot.

- MacBook Pro 17-Inch - 2.2 GHz quad-core Core i7 CPUs, 4GB RAM, 750GB hard drive, 1920 by 1200 pixel screen, AMD 6750 GPU with 1GB of RAM on-board, SDXC slots, ports Thunderbolt

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