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Quote: Originally Posted by solipsism The number of cores has nothing to do with the Core-ix marketing name. Furthermore, the number of cores is not an indictor of the how good the processor is. The architecture should be the first thing you …
Quote: Originally Posted by solipsism Give a man a fish... 2.66GHz Core-i7 w/ 4MB L3 cache = 2 Cores = 620M Teach a man to fish...1) Look up the chip on apple.com 2) Then use that info to look up more info...• Intel — http://www.intc.com/priceL…
Quote: Originally Posted by debusoh I am sure you got a sweet machine for that - did you get the solid state drive? Does the "fat" in fatfred refer to the size of your wallet? I am going to get a 15, hopefully this weekend, but will probabl…
Quote: Originally Posted by extremeskater As with all higher end MBP's its the price that isn desirable. People will pay 1200.00 for a notebook but for a 17" with a core i7 to pay 3000.00 with Applecare is insane. I just paid 3.8k for the 15" …
Just ordered it from my local mac shop. 15" Hi-Res Glossy, 2.66GHz, 8GB, 128GB SSD. Plus CS5 upgrade preordered. Looking forward to design websites on my first mac. If I like it I'll swap my desktop PC with an iMac :]
Great news. Maybe I can get my MBP before my exams!
My Lenovo laptop died a month ago and I thought it was about time I tried a Macbook Pro. After all I am studying it-engineering and I am freelance web designer, so I thought it was worth a shot. But this waiting-game is just down right ridiculous. …