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MacBook Pros (13-inch, Mid 2009)

At a Glance

With its lower price, the return of FireWire, longer battery life, better looking display and a new built-in SD Card slot that you can boot from, the newest member of the MacBook Pro family makes an impressive debut.

Price when rated: $1,199

Pros

  • High quality display
  • Improved battery life
  • Bootable SD card slot
  • Has FireWire 800 port
  • Entry-level price tag

Cons

  • No video adapters or Apple Remote included
  • No CPU or 7,200 rpm upgrade options available
  • No matte screen option
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At a Glance

With its lower price, the return of FireWire, longer battery life, better looking display and a new built-in SD Card slot that you can boot from, the newest member of the MacBook Pro makes an impressive debut.

Price when rated: $1,499
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Pros

  • High quality display
  • Improved battery life
  • Bootable SD card slot
  • Has FireWire 800 port

Cons

  • No video adapters or Apple Remote included
  • No CPU or 7,200 rpm upgrade options available
  • No matte screen option
 Compare

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