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Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro (Spring 2010)

Price when rated: $1799
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Pros

  • New dual graphics subsystem
  • Improved graphics performance
  • Seamless switching between graphics chips
  • Significant performance increase overall
  • Longer battery life
  • Ability to output audio using MiniDisplay Port connection
  • New inertial scrolling

Cons

  • No standard resolution/anti-glare screen option
  • No video adapters or Apple Remote included
  • No ExpressCard slot
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Price when rated: $1999
Lowest price:

Pros

  • Improved graphics performance
  • Seamless switching between graphics chips
  • Significant performance increase
  • Longer battery life
  • Ability to output audio using MiniDisplay Port connection
  • New inertial scrolling

Cons

  • No standard resolution/anti-glare screen option
  • No video adapters or Apple Remote included
  • No ExpressCard slot
 Compare
Price when rated: $2199

Pros

  • Improved graphics performance
  • Seamless switching between graphics chips
  • Significant performance increase
  • Longer battery life
  • Ability to output audio using MiniDisplay Port connection
  • New inertial scrolling

Cons

  • No standard resolution/anti-glare screen option
  • No video adapters or Apple Remote included
  • No ExpressCard slot
 Compare

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