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

MacBook Pro - It's here! (pictures included)


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Comparing to the iBook, the MacBook Pro's screen is extremely bright and gorgeous! Not to mention it's widescreen. :headphone













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congratulations.. i think you are the first on these forums to get one.

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Comparing to the iBook, the MacBook Pro's screen is extremely bright and gorgeous! Not to mention it's widescreen. :headphone















how do u find the performance and compatability with programs and does rosseta affect you? :mac:
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2GB of ram bet that thing smokes along



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Might I ask what the little black box-looking thing is in the box?

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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The screen IS gorgeous after all.
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The screen does look quite nice. Congrats on getting your new Mac. Is that kill bill you're playing?
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how do u find the performance and compatability with programs and does rosseta affect you? :mac:
I just got it, so it's too soon to tell.


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Might I ask what the little black box-looking thing is in the box?
It's the user manual.

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The screen does look quite nice. Congrats on getting your new Mac. Is that kill bill you're playing?
Yeah, Kill Bill vol 1.
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And can you fill us in on the battery life?
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holy crap my iBook is thich compared to that thing
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*drools* Lovely very lush, I get to receive my MacBook Pro in 3weeks time.

Only got 1gb of RAM mind you. This is my first mac, think im gonna love it.

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Hey I'm Andy, New to the Apple Mac world, Please Help me :mac:

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Great aren't they I got mine on monday 27th too!

Under rosetta, the calculator took 10 bounces to open while it took less than one natively. I think the battery life is around 3 to 3.5 hours on 2 cores and when you disable one with CHUD (no reason to do so) the battery goes down 30 minutes

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And can you fill us in on the battery life?
The battery life is about 2.5 to 3.5 hours, depending on what you do.
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I reallllllllly want mine now.
Dont you just love new stuff hehe

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I'll be forever jealous...... until March 29th when mine arrives!!

Oh...and only pretty girls use Macs...
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