Apple MacBook Pro MB471LL/A 15.4 in. Notebook
Traditionally notebooks are made from multiple parts. Every MacBook starts its life as a single block of aluminum, which is precisely... Read More
Traditionally notebooks are made from multiple parts. Every MacBook starts its life as a single block of aluminum, which is precisely machined into the basic unibody design. Another pass and the unibody takes shape. Another, and the integrated keyboard emerges. When you pick up a MacBook you immediately notice the entire enclosure is thinner and lighter. And it feels strong and durable--perfect for life inside (and outside) your briefcase or backpack. Minimize
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5 Reviews from Epinions.com
Oct 16, 2008
MacBook Pro gets the Air Treatment
Pros: Still one of the most powerful machines that remains portable, but now rugged and modern.
Cons: No matte screen option a serious omission for graphics pros.
The best laptop on the planet, so long as you like glossy screens. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 18, 2010
Takes a Licking...
Pros: Metal case, metal and glass screen protection, full-size keyboard, button trackpad
Cons: Some software related - not hardware related
Paid for itself in less than a year. Decreased workflow time and increased mobility. Durable. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 1, 2009
The MacBook Pro (Late 2008)
Pros: Easy Navigation
Cons: Limited USB Connection
FireWire 800 needs adapter for FireWire 400
Very good and useful piece of equipment I can see myself using it for a long time until it needs to be replaced. Read More at Epinions.com