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Apple on Tuesday issued long-awaited updates to its MacBook Pro line of notebook computers, upgrading them to Intel's latest high-end Core i7, Core i5 and Core 2 Duo mobile processors, and adding new automated graphics switching technology.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro features the new NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor for up to 80 percent faster graphics and a groundbreaking 10-hour built-in battery, Apple said Tuesday. The new 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro models feature Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and Apple's new automatic graphics switching technology that toggles seamlessly between powerful NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and energy efficient Intel HD Graphics processors. All six new MacBook Pro configurations come with 4GB of RAM standard.

"The new MacBook Pro is as advanced on the inside as it is stunning on the outside," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "With faster processors, amazing graphics and up to three more hours of battery life, the new MacBook Pro delivers both performance and efficiency."

With 48 processing cores, the new NVIDIA GeForce 320M is said to be the fastest integrated graphics processor on the market, ideal for graphics intensive applications or high performance games. The 13-inch MacBook Pro is available in two configurations: one with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo and 250GB hard drive priced at $1,199; and one with a 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo and 320GB hard drive priced at $1,499.

The new 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro models are reportedly up to 50 percent faster than the previous systems. Using Intel's state-of-the-art 32 nanometer process, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors integrate the memory controller and Level 3 cache for faster access to system memory. Hyper-Threading technology improves data throughput by creating virtual processing cores, while Turbo Boost optimizes performance between the two processor cores, accelerating the system from 2.66 GHz to 3.06 GHz for intensive dual core tasks, and up to 3.33 GHz for single core tasks.

All 15-inch and 17-inch models include two graphics processors, the new NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M for peak performance and Intel HD Graphics for energy efficient operation. More than twice as fast as the GeForce 320M, Apple touted that the new GeForce GT 330M provides smooth, crisp on-screen graphics for the most demanding 3D games, creative software and technical applications.



Apple's automatic graphics switching determines which graphics processor an application needs and switches instantly between processors to deliver peak performance and long battery life. Tightly integrated hardware and software is said to allow the new 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro to deliver 8 to 9 hours on a single charge. In February, AppleInsider first revealed Apple was planning dual graphics technology in its future MacBook Pros.



The new 15-inch MacBook Pro is available in three models: one with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and 320GB hard drive at $1,799; one with a 2.53 GHz Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and 500GB hard drive at $1,999; and one with a 2.66 GHz Intel Core i7, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and 500GB hard drive at $2,199. The new 17-inch MacBook Pro features a 2.53 GHz Intel Core i5, NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and 500GB hard drive for $2,299.

The hardware also offers a new 512GB solid state drive upgrade option, doubling the previous capacity of 256GB available. Earlier Tuesday, AppleInsider exclusively reported the details of Apple's MacBook Pro refresh.

The release date also confirms a rumor last week from the Australian Macworld. Last month it was revealed that Intel was struggling to meet demand for its new family of Core mobile processors. The report claimed that Intel's Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors were all said to be in tight supply. The new line of processors were first introduced by Intel at CES in January.

Tuesday's updates have been a long time in the making. Apple last updated its MacBook Pro line in June 2009 at the Worldwide Developers Conference. Those systems included Core 2 Duo processors and Nvidia graphics, along with cheaper prices, better displays and built-in batteries.

The new MacBook Pro glass Multi-Touch trackpad now supports inertial scrolling, an intuitive way to scroll through large photo libraries, lengthy documents and long web sites. All MacBook Pros feature bright, LED-backlit wide-angle displays with a broad color gamut. The 17-inch MacBook Pro includes a high resolution 1920 x 1200 display, and the 15-inch MacBook Pro is now available with an optional high resolution 1680 x 1050 display. Customers can also upgrade their MacBook Pro with new 128GB, 256GB and 512GB solid state drives.

Every Mac notebook achieves EPEAT Gold status and meets Energy Star 5.0 requirements. Each unibody enclosure is made of highly recyclable aluminum and comes standard with energy efficient LED-backlit displays that are mercury-free and made with arsenic-free glass. Mac notebooks contain no brominated flame retardants, are PVC-free and are constructed of recyclable materials.

Apple uses advanced chemistry, intelligent monitoring of the system and battery, and Adaptive Charging technology to create a notebook battery that delivers up to 10 hours of wireless productivity on a single charge and up to 1,000 recharges. The built-in battery design results in less waste and depleted batteries can be replaced for $129 or $179, which includes installation and disposal of your old battery in an environmentally responsible manner.



The new 13-inch MacBook Pro, 15-inch MacBook Pro, and 17-inch MacBook Pro are now available through the Apple Store, Apple's retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. The following are complete specs on the new hardware:

The 2.4 GHz, 13-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $1,199 (US), includes:
13.3-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1280 x 800 glossy display;
2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 3MB shared L2 cache;
1066 MHz front-side bus;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
NVIDIA GeForce 320M integrated graphics;
250GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
two USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port (FireWire 400 compatible);
SD card slot;
combined headphone/line in (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 63.5WHr lithium polymer battery; and
60 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.

The 2.66 GHz, 13-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $1,499 (US), includes:
13.3-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1280 x 800 glossy display;
2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo with 3MB shared L2 cache;
1066 MHz front-side bus;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
NVIDIA GeForce 320M integrated graphics;
320GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
two USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port (FireWire 400 compatible);
SD card slot;
combined headphone/line in (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 63.5WHr lithium polymer battery; and
60 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.
Build-to-order options for the 13-inch MacBook Pro include the ability to upgrade to 8GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, a 320GB 5400 rpm or a 500GB 5400 rpm hard drive, a 128GB, 256GB or 512GB solid state drive, Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter, Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter (for 30-inch DVI display), Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter, Apple Remote, Apple MagSafe Airline Adapter and the AppleCare Protection Plan.



The 2.4 GHz, 15-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $1,799 (US), includes:
15.4-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1440 x 900 glossy display;
2.4 GHz Intel Core i5 with 3MB shared L3 cache;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
integrated Intel HD Graphics + NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M discrete graphics with 256MB of VRAM;
320GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
two USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port;
SD card slot;
audio line in (analog/digital);
audio line out/headphone (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 77.5WHr lithium polymer battery; and
85 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.

The 2.53 GHz, 15-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $1,999 (US), includes:
15.4-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1440 x 900 glossy display;
2.53 GHz Intel Core i5 with 3MB shared L3 cache;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
integrated Intel HD Graphics + NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M discrete graphics with 256MB of VRAM;
500GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
two USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port;
SD card slot;
audio line in (analog/digital);
audio line out/headphone (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 77.5WHr lithium polymer battery; and
85 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.

The 2.66 GHz, 15-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $2,199 (US), includes:
15.4-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1440 x 900 glossy display;
2.66 GHz Intel Core i7 with 4MB shared L3 cache;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
integrated Intel HD Graphics + NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M discrete graphics with 512MB of VRAM;
500GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
two USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port;
SD card slot;
audio line in (analog/digital);
audio line out/headphone (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 77.5WHr lithium polymer battery; and
85 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.
Build-to-order options for the 15-inch MacBook Pro include the ability to upgrade to 8GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, a high resolution 15-inch 1680 x 1050 display in glossy and antiglare, a 500GB 5400 rpm or 500GB 7200 rpm hard drive, a 128GB, 256GB or 512GB solid state drive, Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter, Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter (for 30-inch DVI display), Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter, Apple Remote, Apple MagSafe Airline Adapter and the AppleCare Protection Plan.

The 2.53 GHz, 17-inch MacBook Pro, for a suggested retail price of $2,299 (US), includes:
17-inch widescreen LED-backlit 1920 x 1200, glossy display;
2.53 GHz Intel Core i5 with 3MB shared L3 cache;
4GB 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, expandable to 8GB;
integrated Intel HD Graphics + NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M discrete graphics with 512MB of VRAM;
500GB serial ATA hard drive running at 5400 rpm, with Sudden Motion Sensor;
a slot-load 8X SuperDrive with double-layer support (DVD+/-R DL/DVD+/-RW/CD-RW) optical drive;
Mini DisplayPort (VGA, DVI and HDMI adapters sold separately);
AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR;
Gigabit Ethernet port;
iSight video camera;
three USB 2.0 ports;
one FireWire 800 port (FireWire 400 compatible);
ExpressCard/34 expansion card slot;
audio line in (analog/digital);
audio line out/headphone (analog/digital);
glass Multi-Touch trackpad and illuminated keyboard;
built-in, 95WHr lithium polymer battery; and
85 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.
Build-to-order options for the 17-inch MacBook Pro include a 2.66 GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB 1066 MHz DDR3 memory, a 500GB 7200 rpm hard drive, a 128GB, 256GB or 512GB solid state drive, antiglare display, Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter, Mini DisplayPort to Dual- Link DVI Adapter (for 30-inch DVI display), Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter, Apple Remote, Apple MagSafe Airline Adapter and the AppleCare Protection Plan.
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Nice update.

An i3 in the 13" would have been perfect but we can't have everything I guess.

Next refresh will get one.
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Thank you Apple!!!!
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Sweet! Ill be buying one sometime this week. I miss having a laptop I sold my old blackbook thinking that the refresh would come out much sooner
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But will it run Crysis?
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Still no touch screen?
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**insert obligatory Apple complaint here**
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NVIDIA Optimus is here (though Apple doesn't say its name). Nice.

See On-demand performance. Off-the-charts efficiency section on Apple web site:
http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/performance.html
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The 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models come standard with automatic graphics switching. Its a breakthrough technology from Apple that switches graphics processors on the fly to give you performance when you need it (when youre playing the latest 3D game, for example) and better battery efficiency when you dont (such as when youre reading email). MacBook Pro transfers the workload between the powerful discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics processor and integrated Intel HD Graphics so seamlessly, you wont even notice. Whether youre using applications like Aperture, Motion, or Final Cut Pro or just surfing the web, your MacBook Pro always knows which processor to use. You dont have to log out, shut down, or change your preferences. Automatic graphics switching does it all for you.
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Apple's automatic graphics switching determines which graphics processor an application needs and switches instantly between processors to deliver peak performance and long battery life.

I wonder if it's possible to override this and choose to run permanently from one specific GPU.


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the 15-inch MacBook Pro is now available with an optional high resolution 1680 x 1050 display.

Hurrah! About bloody time!
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No USB 3.0 or eSATA. Just a performance bump. Better than nothing I guess. The 1680x1050 resolution on the 15" model is nice.
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**insert obligatory Apple complaint here**

OK:

WTF? Still no bluray
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**insert obligatory Apple complaint here**

Exactly..... let me pre-empt the whiners: No Blu Ray, matte, touch screen, USB3, pixie dust, 20-hour battery, user-removable battery..... moan moan.......

Get on with it, folks!
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WTF? Still no bluray

The more time moves on the less I care about Blue Ray. I have yet to buy a BR disc or player. I am hoping to just skip the BR years and go straight to digital.
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but i wanted a pony!!!
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OK:

WTF? Still no bluray

Mr. H beat me to it by one minute.
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OK:

WTF? Still no bluray

I didn't even dare to hope. \
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In July 2009 I bought the previous model 17" FULLY LOADED - 3.06 GHz, 8GB Ram, 500GB 7200 rpm, etc.

I'm not too tempted to upgrade.
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Does this Auto graphics switching thing mean the machine is going to be using the integrated intel video and my main system memory? If so is there a way to force this not to use the integrated graphics so it doesn't use my system memory? I don't want to be giving up system ram for anything video if there is discrete video ram.
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No i7 13" MacBook Pro. Bummer!

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Blu ray is a bag of hurt, people!

Only 'cause SJ says it is.
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No USB 3.0 or eSATA. Just a performance bump. Better than nothing I guess. The 1680x1050 resolution on the 15" model is nice.

USB 3.0 would be ok. Do you really think adding eSATA is even on Apple's roadmap for their portables? If you do you may want to look elsewhere. It's just not going to happen because they have no good reason to add it.

Then again I guess you had to find SOMETHING to complain about.

-Mayes
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Does this Auto graphics switching thing mean the machine is going to be using the integrated intel video and my main system memory? If so is there a way to force this not to use the integrated graphics so it doesn't use my system memory? I don't want to be giving up system ram for anything video if there is discrete video ram.

Exactly. This is why I was wondering if it's possible to override the auto setting.
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Only 'cause SJ says it is.

That has ALWAYS been enough!
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I was hoping they'd be made out of cake.
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Nice update.

An i3 in the 13" would have been perfect but we can't have everything I guess.

Next refresh will get one.

They stuck with the Core2 so they wouldn't need to do the dual graphics chipset thing. The next refresh will not change anything unless Intel changes their policies that don't allow other vendors to put a GPU in a chipset. I have not looked at the benchmarks, but there may be very little difference between the i3 and the Core2 anyway.
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Nice refresh. The only thing I'm concerned about is the Intel HD graphics...

Anyone have any specs for the Intel HD integrated graphic cards? I can't imagine that it's a step backwards from the integrated Nvidia cards in the older models, but I haven't heard a good thing about Intel's integrated offering for quite some time now.
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Exactly..... let me pre-empt the whiners: No Blu Ray, matte, touch screen, USB3, pixie dust, 20-hour battery, user-removable battery..... moan moan.......

Get on with it, folks!

I'm actually quite disappointed the 13" MBP didn't get an i3 or i5 cpu. I really would like to replace my nearly 4 year old MBP with a new machine but this isn't enough of an upgrade for me to pry open my wallet.

Apple is making it easy for me to behave in a financially prudent manner in this difficult economic times.
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Apple is spoiling us with these weekly announcements and new products. What's next? The new Apple TV? \
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Wooooo! Finally!

Nice update! GT 330M *drools*
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Released within a day of each other:

The 2.53 GHz, 17-inch MacBook Pro $2,299

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection $2,599

Just sayin'.
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Nice refresh.

Anyone have any specs for the Intel HD integrated graphic cards? I can't imagine that it's a step backwards from the integrated Nvidia cards in the older models, but I haven't heard a good thing about Intel's integrated offering for quite some time now.

As I understand it, for most operations it's on a par with the older integrated NVidia cards, for the rest it's slower. Not great considering the age of that older Nvidia card. But, none of the MacBook Pros have the Intel HD graphics as their sole graphics chip, so I don't see a problem. For many tasks, even the capabilities of the Intel HD graphics chip are overkill.
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OK:

WTF? Still no bluray


I know.. WTF. Well at least we can still hear the fans blowing when we visit Flash sites.

Oh wait, let me guess. The MacBooks still don't come with backlit keyboards. LOL !!!

Apple has insisted for like 10 years now that backlit keyboards are a PRO feature.

Go pro and enjoy a Mystic Wizard Blue backlit keyboard.
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Released within a day of each other:

The 2.53 GHz, 17-inch MacBook Pro $2,299

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection $2,599

Just sayin'.




YES! Well done.
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No USB 3.0 or eSATA. Just a performance bump. Better than nothing I guess. The 1680x1050 resolution on the 15" model is nice.

USB 3 will come when it is built-in to chipsets. eSATA may never come to the Mac this late in the game. I think Apple is more likely to go for LightPeak next year. You could always get the 17" model and get an express card though.
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I'm actually quite disappointed the 13" MBP didn't get an i3 or i5 cpu. I really would like to replace my nearly 4 year old MBP with a new machine but this isn't enough of an upgrade for me to pry open my wallet.

Apple is making it easy for me to behave in a financially prudent manner in this difficult economic times.

My 10 month old MBP is also fine for now. I suggest avoiding an Apple Retail Store and fondling the iPad. Prudence might give way to impulse in a New York minute.
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USB 3.0 would be ok. Do you really think adding eSATA is even on Apple's roadmap for their portables? If you do you may want to look elsewhere. It's just not going to happen because they have no good reason to add it.

Then again I guess you had to find SOMETHING to complain about.

-Mayes

Either USB 3.0 or eSATA. Honestly though, I didn't really expect eSATA. But you were right, I needed something to complain about.
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USB 3 will come when it is built-in to chipsets. eSATA may never come to the Mac this late in the game. I think Apple is more likely to go for LightPeak next year. You could always get the 17" model and get an express card though.

Yes, it's been suggested. OWC has an eSATA adapter for $40.
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**insert obligatory Apple complaint here**

There are 185,000 apps in the App Store and these MacBook Pros can't run any of them!

Unless I can install any app I want to on my portable it is not a real computer.

No touch screen, no accelerometer, no option for 3G... No deal!

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Wow. Just found this, and I'm very confused. http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/25/i...for-video-med/

The link seems to suggest that the integrated Intel HD graphic chips are worse than the Nvidia offering in the previous models? ? :s
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