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In my opinion the only "compelling" reason to purchase the MBP versus a MacBook is the dedicated graphics card. If you're into games and lots of video rendering, then a MBP is worth the extra cost. If not, stick with a MacBook.

A MacBook can likewise run 4 Gb of memory, and can always be upgraded to a larger hard drive. As a matter of fact, upgrading the hard drive in a MacBook can be done easily by the user whereas it can not for the MBP.

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