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MacBook Pro - New 85w power adapter


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I read online that they changed quite a few things with the new 85w power adapter. Are these the ones that are shipped with new 17" Pro's?

I read that they fixed some of the wiring and the indicator lights are upgraded to stop burning out. Is this true?
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