Macbook Pro 15

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25 thoughts on “Macbook Pro 15″ Core i5 Review – April 2010 (HD)

  1. AssassInsane77jj says:

    what About the battery? mine builts in 5:30 to 6:00 it has 14 cycles

    I’m worried. Apple people told me that could be a software problem with the NVIDIA GForce 330 .. they said Intel HD graphics waste less energy, but i got a GPU switch program and nothing….

    I saw forums and stuff and most people are seriuosly disgusting ..
    so Help me!

    T___T

  2. owlbabu says:

    Do you have trouble with the new style mag-safe adapter when connecting it to the macbook pro with the speck case on? It seems like the case would get in the way…?

  3. porahivaelmundo says:

    Hello, im thinking of getting a macbook pro mc371ll/a, 2.4ghz core i5 15 inch… i’d like to have a triple boot system with windows and linux, so that each OS can take advantage of hardware’s full capabilities… general use CAD, EDA, and a bit of gaming… do you know if it’s possible to install linux into this core i5 macbook pro?? please enlighten me.. thanks and greetings..

  4. porahivaelmundo says:

    Hello, im thinking of getting a macbook pro mc371ll/a, 2.4ghz core i5 15 inch… i’d like to have a triple boot system with windows and linux, so that each OS can take advantage of hardware’s full capabilities… general use CAD, EDA, and a bit of gaming… do you know if it’s possible to install linux into this core i5 macbook pro?? please enlighten me.. thanks and greetings..

  5. porahivaelmundo says:

    Hello, im thinking of getting a macbook pro mc371ll/a, 2.4ghz core i5 15 inch… i’d like to have a triple boot system with windows and linux, so that each OS can take advantage of hardware’s full capabilities… general use CAD, EDA, and a bit of gaming… do you know if it’s possible to install linux into this core i5 macbook pro?? please enlighten me.. thanks and greetings..

  6. floflorian says:

    how fast would you say the new laptop is compared to your old 13″ MBP? I want to buy a base 15″, but I’m not sure I need the speed ( I have an i5 beast of a PC, and the laptop would just be for basic computing). However, I don’t want to get a new 13″ and pay premium price for old technology, as the core2duo’s have been discontinued. I don’t really need a laptop now, but I really want to switch to mac for my mobile needs. What do you think I should do? Buy the base 15″ or wait for something else?

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