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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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I have a macbook pro mid 2010, a 2,66 Ghz, 8 GB ram and a 128 GB SSD.

I got the urge to sell this and get me
a shiny new haswell retina one--

the 2.8 Ghz version with 8GB ram and a 128 GB ssd

Will I notice any difference between my old and the new?
Is the retina screen any better?

Should I get a bigger disk ?
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yes you'll notice a difference and retina screen is better
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