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hi, has anyone upgraded their hardware on their macbook pro 13inch?
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You can, realistically, upgrade your hard drive and ram. Plenty of people have done both.

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has anyone ever put in a bluray drive in their macbook?
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There are currently no Blue Ray drives that can be internally installed in an Apple machine (MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac). However, there are some nice external drives that will work. Other World Computing has a good selection. LINK
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ahhh i see. thanks. i wondered why all of the videos on youtube about mac and blurays were all external drives.

i saw one there he installed 8gb of ram vs the 4 that comes stock. can you really tell the difference?
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