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Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.2GHz 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels Silver

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Long product name Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.2GHz 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels Silver :
The short editorial description of Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.2GHz 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels Silver

MacBook Pro - Intel Core i7 (2.2GHz, 6MB), 8GB (2 x 4GB SO-DIMMs), 256GB SSD, 8x SuperDrive, Intel HD Graphics 3000, FaceTime HD, 39.116 cm (15.4 ") LED (1440x900) HiRes Antiglare, 85W MagSafe, Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.2GHz 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels Silver:
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Apple MacBook Pro 15.4", Intel Core i7, 2.2 GHz, 39.1 cm (15.4"), 1440 x 900 pixels, 8 GB, 256 GB
Long summary description Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" 2.2GHz 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels Silver :

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4". Processor family: Intel Core i7, Processor frequency: 2.2 GHz. Display diagonal: 39.1 cm (15.4"), Display resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels. Internal memory: 8 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 256 GB. Optical drive type: DVD Super Multi. On-board graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 2.54 kg

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-11-01
Testseek has collected 83 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Pro 15.4" and the average expert rating is 86 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
86%
Source Review comments Score
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
The latest generation of Apple MacBook Pro may look almost identical to previous models, but there's a gulf between them when it comes to performance. With the latest and fastest components to go with the excellent build quality, the Pro definitely has...
Good The latest Apple MacBook Pro is an amazing piece of kit. It really is one of the nicest laptops on sale when it comes to quality, with a tough aluminium casing that feels stronger than any of its rivals. The glass screen also adds a touch of class. The screen is brighter and more colourful than every before, with images looking stunningly crisp and vibrant. Movies look excellent, as do photograph...
Bad Unlike most Apple models, the latest generation MacBook Pro is actually slightly thicker than previous models – at least in 15-inch guise. It's not all bad though, as the extra depth is because of a larger integrated battery. We've easily managed to get over five hours of run time too, with the screen turned up bright, Wi-Fi on and carrying out intensive tasks. As with older models, the MacBook P...
Bottom line We love the Apple MacBook Pro. It looks great, build quality is beyond any of its rivals, and it has the performance to match. It's a shame the company hasn't updated the styling from previous models, but there's virtually nothing to dislike. Best offe...
100%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
Before giving the screen results, we should say that in contrast to the 13.3 inch version, you can chose between 3 panels: the default screen, tested here (glossy, 1440 x 900 pixels), a second with a better resolution (1680 x 1050 pixels), also glossy...
Good Strong CPU performance, Good gaming capacity, Shell nicely finished, Good audio, Good quality screen...
Bad Only two USB ports, Noisy fan when you push the processor, Glossy panel...
Bottom line Although there are one or two disadvantages (noisy fan), you have to admit this 15.5 inch counts among the best on the market thanks to its finish and the performance of its components (screen, speakers, webcam, graphics card and processor). It is howe...
100%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
As the name suggests, the MacBook Pro is a serious laptop for serious people. The combination of Apple’s superb industrial design combined with the latest and greatest components available makes the latest MacBook Pro an invitingly stylish and p...
90%
smarthouse.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Key FeaturesIntel 'Sandy Bridge' CPUsAuto-switching integrated and dedicated GPUsThunderbolt I/O (up to 10Gb/s)Unibody Aluminium chassisAs the name suggests, the MacBook Pro is a serious laptop for serious people. The combination of Apple's superb indu...
Good Fast CPUs; Good graphics performance; Thunderbolt; Beautiful chassis design...
Bad Expensive; No Thunderbolt devices available at launch...
90%
channelnews.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Apple is fast gaining ground in the notebook market and the new MacBook Pro is already in big demand. A serious notebook, we take a look to see if it stacks up to its big sticker price.Key FeaturesIntel 'Sandy Bridge' CPUsAuto-switching integrated and...
Good Fast CPUs; Good graphics performance; Thunderbolt; Beautiful chassis design...
Bad Expensive; No Thunderbolt devices available at launch...
90%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
The 13in MacBook Pro I reviewed last week is a machine for folk who fancy a carry-around computer but who want a bit more welly than the way more portable 13in MacBook Air can provide. The 15in version, on the other hand, is a desktop replacement for t...
Bottom line The 15in MacBook Pro is a great machine. It looks the business, it's well made and, thanks to the new Intel chippery, goes like the proverbial off a shovel. Internals aside, this is not a major upgrade, but it maintains the MacBook Pro's lead. And its...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
Product Code: MC723LL/A The Apple MacBook Pro 15in (Early 2011) makes many breakthroughs, none visible from the outside - yet one of those revisions alone may transform personal computing thanks to a welcome boost in connectivity speeds. We take a cl...
Bottom line Externally, this 2011 revision to the 2008-design Apple MacBook Pro isn’t even evolutionary, since there’s no visible change - save a lightning legend logo by the Mini DisplayPort connector. But since that port is actually a Thunderport link, this may...
90%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
Good Powerful updates to the CPU and GPU, Excellent battery life, Still the best touchpad and gesture controls of any notebook...
Bad Upgrades can get expensive, Thunderbolt is an unproven technology with no compatible products as yet, Still no dedicated HDMI, Bluray or other wishedfor options...
Bottom line It's a hefty investment, but the combination of new high-end Intel processor options and AMD graphics makes the 15in. MacBook Pro an all-around powerhouse, with the new Thunderbolt I/O port as an added bonus.…...
86%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
If you got a MacBook Pro for Christmas, we’re sorry to have to break the news that it is out of date already, and it’s too long ago for you to take it back and swap it out for the new range that launched at the end of February. But should you be feeli...
Good Thunderbolt, faster specs, well built, good design...
Bad No devices on the market for Thunderbolt...
Bottom line So should you rush out and upgrade? For now we would hold off unless you have to, meaning this might be “one to skip”Key specs3.5mm jack, Bluetooth, Ethernet, FireWire, SD, SDHC, USB, Wi-Fi...
80%
pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06
As laptops go, the MacBook Pro has long held status as a well-designed, portable powerhouse of a machine. The downside of this is traditionally the price, and the fact that it runs Mac OS X, rather than Windows.If the $3,799 price doesn’t put you off...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
The new Core i7 Apple Macbook Pro is a very strong performer for productivity and general-purpose computing tasks, but it's no surprise that you can buy a cheaper Windows-based notebook that's more powerful. The latest Macbook Pro from Apple looks ide...
Good Thunderbolt is theoretically an excellent connection standard, the extra processing power is noticeable...
Bad There aren’t many other changes to write about, we can’t do anything with Thunderbolt at the moment...
Bottom line If you were considering a Macbook Pro recently but held off to see what the model refresh would bring, you might be disappointed. There aren't many innovative updates in the new Macbook Pro -- Thunderbolt is the only one worth writing home about, in ou...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
The iPad and iPhone may have grabbed all the headlines lately, but Apple has also been selling record numbers of its Mac computers in recent months.The company's laptop range has been particularly successful, and to capitalise on that success Apple has...
Good Impressive performance and battery life; next-generation Thunderbolt I/O technology; dual-mode graphics for performance or longer battery life...
Bad Expensive; heavy; battery not user-replaceable...
Bottom line Apple's update MacBook Pro line brings both improved performance and battery life, as well as debuting the speedy Thunderbolt I/O technology. While the 13in model will probably sell more at £999, this 15in model has enough clout to ensure that it earn...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
The MacBook Pro has always been a thing of beauty, combining performance, battery life and portability into one highly desirable, all-aluminium package. It comes as no surprise that the newly refreshed model retains the same stunning design as the prev...
Bottom line Stunning performance, amazing new technology and the same great design, but the astronomical price makes the new MacBook Pro for professionals only...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
Apple updates its MacBook Pro range every year, but 2011 brings more than a minor refresh. The entire range moves over to Intel’s Sandy Bridge Core i7 processors and its new Thunderbolt high-speed connection makes its debut. The 15-inch and 17-inch...
Good New processors, Greatly boosted graphic power, High speed Thunderbolt port, Excellent screen...
Bad No Blu-ray, By no means cheap, even if you get what you pay for...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
Although there are no immediately obvious external changes to the notebook's form factor, the February 2011 refresh of Apple's MacBook Pro range is more than just a minor update. Other than a new Thunderbolt port, the overall build and design of the ne...
Good Great new Sandy Bridge processors, Powerful AMD discrete graphics, High-speed Thunderbolt port, Excellent battery life, Improved quality webcam...
Bad Expensive, No Blu-ray drive…, …nor even a faster DVD drive, No standard-resolution matte option, Limited upgrade options, Thunderbolt devices currently scarce...
Bottom line Although there are no immediately obvious external changes to the notebook's form factor, the February 2011 refresh of Apple's MacBook Pro range is more than just a minor update. Other than a new Thunderbolt port, the overall build and design of the ne...
80%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Apple sprung a surprise when it launched its 2011 update to the MacBook Pro family. Sandy Bridge processors were the main update, but we began to hear whispers that Intel’s Light Peak technology might play a part. Light Peak’s high-speed data transfers...
Bottom line The new MacBook Pros have beautiful design and now feature Thunderbolt technology. But as our review reveals, only the 13in looks like genuine value...
67%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
Apple pulled a bit of a surprise when it launched its 2011 update to the MacBook Pro family. While we all expected Sandy Bridge to make an appearance, rumours also began to surface of Intel's Light Peak technology playing a part. Light Peak hadn't previou...
Bottom line Blisteringly quick, beautifully designed and with Thunderbolt technology, but at this huge price we'd expect a full set of features...
67%
delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Considered by many to be the gold standard for laptops, Apple's line-up of MacBook Pros have garnered a reputation for stellar battery life, build quality and — Steve Jobs would have it no other way — a svelte design that catches attention. But doe...
Bottom line Apple's MacBook Pros are at least among the best laptops on the market today, if not the best, and the 15″ model is a prime example of the species. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn good — and what deficiencies it does have are minor and shared by m...
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itnews.com.au
Updated:
2014-06-04
Light Peak's high-speed data transfers hadn't previously been seen beyond Intel's tech demonstrations, yet those rumours turned out to be true. Now officially renamed Intel Thunderbolt, it makes its debut in all three new MacBook Pros.That's a heady combi...
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