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    Poor monitor images.
    I was wondering if they changes the video card when they made the new macbook pro's? Because i had my MBP next to one of the new ones(mine is less then 2 years old just before they changed i to thenew look with the black keyboard and stuff) and the colors on the new one were much more vivid them mine were.
    Could this be that my monitor is going and should have it looked at since i am covered under the applecare protection plan?

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    ADKhikerVW's Avatar
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    15" Unibody MBP (2009), White MB (2009), iMac G4
    No, your panel is probably fine. The LCD panels in the new MacBook Pros are just superior to the old ones.

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    yer they just have higher quality displays

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    Macbook Pro 2.4Ghz core 2 duo, 200GB HD,Nvidia 256 DDR3 graphics, 6GB RAM
    ok thanks guys. was getting scared there for a second.

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