Apple has revealed a new fresh lineup for it’s entire lineup of MacBook’s ranging from 13 and 15 inchers all the way to the big 17 incher. Gone are the old (or should I say now ancient) Core 2 Duo parts from all new MacBook Pro models. The are replaced by the Intel’s latest Sandybridge architecture based Core i7 CPU’s. Furthermore, all new laptops from Apple include Intel’s Thunderbolt (Light Peak interface) I/O technology for high speed data transfer speed of up to 10 GbPS. Other features include FaceTime HD (triple the resolution of the previous FaceTime camera), support for the SDXC memory cards. Bigger 15 and 17 inch models are available with the quad core Core i7 CPUs, while the smaller member of the family 13 inch MacBook Pro comes with a dual-core Core i7 part. Furthermore, 15 and 17 inch models include a discrete AMD 6000 series graphics card. While 13 inch MacBook Pro only supports Intel’s built-in HD 3000 video option. Upgrades to 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB solid state drives also available but are pretty expensive ($250, $650 and $1250! respectively).
As for the cost 13" MacBook Pro starts from $1,199 (a 13" MacBook Pro with a 2.7GHz Core i7 processor and 500GB HDD for $1,499 is also offered). The 15" MacBook Pro price starts at $1,799 and for the 17" MacBook Pro it starts at $2,499.
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