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Apple MacBook Pro 17" 2.2GHz 17" 1920 x 1200pixels 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 17" 2.2GHz 17" 1920 x 1200pixels Silver :
The short editorial description of Apple MacBook Pro 17" 2.2GHz 17" 1920 x 1200pixels Silver

Intel Quad-Core Intel Core i7 2.2 GHz, 4GB 1333 MHz DDR3 SDRAM, 750 GB S-ATA, DVD DL, Intel HD GMA 3000 + Radeon HD 6750M 1GB, 43.18 cm (17 ") LED 1920 x 1200, Thunderbolt, FireWire 800, 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet, ExpressCard/34, IEEE 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Pro 17" 2.2GHz 17" 1920 x 1200pixels Silver:
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Apple MacBook Pro 17", Intel Core i7, 2.2 GHz, 43.2 cm (17"), 1920 x 1200 pixels, 4 GB, 750 GB
Long summary description Apple MacBook Pro 17" 2.2GHz 17" 1920 x 1200pixels Silver :

Apple MacBook Pro 17". Processor family: Intel Core i7, Processor frequency: 2.2 GHz. Display diagonal: 43.2 cm (17"), HD type: Full HD, Display resolution: 1920 x 1200 pixels. Internal memory: 4 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 750 GB. Optical drive type: DVD Super Multi DL. On-board graphics adapter, Discrete graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 2.99 kg

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-11-01
Testseek has collected 31 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Pro 17" and the average expert rating is 81 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.
81%
Source Review comments Score
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
Of the three screens tested in the MacBook Pro 2011 range, the 17-inch is without any doubt the worst. It is nevertheless a good deal better than the very average quality you get on many laptops tested here.The MacBook Pro 17 inch (1920 x 1200) offers...
Good Good CPU performance, Battery life of 5h35, Good quality panel, Shell nicely finished, Good gaming capacity...
Bad Noisy fan, No number pad, Glossy panel (matte option)...
Bottom line A powerful processor, a good quality panel, an impeccable finish, a graphics card that can handle a good few games titles and really excellent battery life: this is what you get with this 17 inch machine. Even its little imperfections (lack of number p...
100%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-03-23
I have been a fan of Apple-built hardware for quite some time, but the price hike versus Windows-based computers has always been hard to justify. Enter, Intel's Sandy Bridge. The 2011 Edition Apple MacBook Pro's are some seriously beautiful piec...
Bottom line I have been a fan of Apple-built hardware for quite some time, but the price hike versus Windows-based computers has always been hard to justify. Enter, Intel's Sandy Bridge. The 2011 Edition Apple MacBook Pro's are some seriously beautiful piec...
95%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
There are two types of people who may be interested in the new : those who currently have a unibody MacBook Pro, but want the fastest, newest and best notebook Apple has to offer, and those who don’t have a unibody MBP, but are looking to upgrade. (I f...
Bottom line Unless you really need the expansive screen of the 17in model, you’re probably better off opting for the 13in or 15in (depending on your power needs). While the 17in is a beauty, it’s a big machine to lug around. All models offer enough functionality...
90%
crn.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
We've already reviewed the new Apple MacBook Pro 15in , and the 17in model shares much of the same DNA. There's just one pre-configured specification available, with the same Sandy Bridge processor and AMD graphics as its smaller sibling, and it also gets...
Bottom line Powerful, long-lasting and with a wonderful 1,920 x 1,200 screen, but the price remains unpalatable...
83%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
Bottom line The 17in MacBook Pro is a powerful desktop replacement laptop that's also equipped with a great screen, long battery life, several useful design touches as well as a comfortable keyboard and touch pad too. It's expensive though and the lack of Blu-ray...
83%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
Apple laptops have a habit of making a big splash on release, but quickly falling behind the competition in terms of performance due to their yearly refresh cycle. The MacBook Pro might have launched in back in February, but it’s still keeping up with...
Bottom line It’s highly desirable, but ultra-expensive; unless you need its power and big, high resolution screen, the 15in version is better...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
A slap across the face is what I need. It’s the only language I understand. My problem is that I have played with too many Apple MacBooks over the past 18 months. They were starting to look similar, a little standard perhaps, maybe even ordinary. Quad...
Bottom line I admit the MacBook Pro is not perfect – actually, it is bloody expensive at a mere quid short of £2,100. Add to that the cost of any of the aforementioned adapters, which might involve a new found love of the ExpressCard/34 slot, if you get really de...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
The 2011 MacBook Pro refresh is far more radical than it might seem. At a glance, the aluminium unibody Apple MacBook Pro line-up–including this top-of-the-range 17-inch model–look pretty much the same as their predecessors. But under the hood...
Good Great new processors, Powerful new graphics chips, Thunderbolt port, Excellent battery life, Strong, light unibody construction...
Bad Expensive, Same old optical drive, Hard drive a little slow, No blu-ray option, Antiglare option costs extra...
Bottom line The 2011 MacBook Pro refresh is far more radical than it might seem. At a glance, the aluminium unibody Apple MacBook Pro line-up–including this top-of-the-range 17-inch model–look pretty much the same as their predecessors. But under the hood...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
The 2011 MacBook Pro refresh is far more radical than it might seem. At a glance, the aluminium unibody Apple MacBook Pro line-up – including this top-of-the-range 17-inch model – look pretty much the same as their predecessors. But under the hood, the...
Good Great new processors, Powerful new graphics chips, Thunderbolt port, Excellent battery life, Strong, light unibody construction...
Bad Expensive, Same old optical drive, Hard drive a little slow, No blu-ray option, Antiglare option costs extra...
Bottom line The 2011 MacBook Pro refresh is far more radical than it might seem. At a glance, the aluminium unibody Apple MacBook Pro line-up – including this top-of-the-range 17-inch model – look pretty much the same as their predecessors. But under the hood, the...
80%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-11-01
We've already reviewed the new Apple MacBook Pro 15in , and the 17in model shares much of the same DNA. There's just one pre-configured specification available, with the same Sandy Bridge processor and AMD graphics as its smaller sibling, and it also gets...
Bottom line Powerful, long-lasting and with a wonderful 1,920 x 1,200 screen, but the price remains unpalatable...
67%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
We’ve already reviewed the new Apple MacBook Pro 15in, and the 17in model shares much of the same DNA. There’s just one pre-configured specification available, with the same Sandy Bridge processor and AMD graphics as its smaller sibling, and it also ge...
Bottom line It's a monster of a laptop, with Sandy Bridge power and long battery life. But the price is pretty monstrous too...
67%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-11-01
Apple’s most expensive notebook, this 17-inch MacBook Pro, offers similar specs to the high-end 15-inch model. but bigger screen (obviously), three USB ports instead of two and an ExpressCard/34 slot instead of an SDXC reader, but the two notebooks...
Good The new processors and graphics chip give a real power boost, Thunderbolt could well prove the future of I/O connectivity, Long-lasting battery...
Bad A Blu-ray drive on a Mac isn't going to happen, but we would appreciate a faster DVD drive, Glossy screen can be awkward in direct sunlight, Expensive...
60%
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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