Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Apple MacBook Pro MB133LL/A 15.4" Laptop (2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2 GB RAM, 200 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD SuperDrive)

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Apple MacBook Pro MB133LL/A 15.4" Laptop

Product Description

You'll never run out of space for all your important files with this advanced and seamlessly integrated MacBook Pro with 200GB of hard drive space. Multitasking is faster than before with 2GB of memory and the latest Intel Core Duo processor. Multi-Touch technology has finally come to MacBook Pro. You'll be able to use two-finger scrolling, pinch, rotate, etc. just like you do with your iPhone. You'll have complete freedom from endless wires with the AirPort Extreme 802.11n Wi-Fi wireless. Bonjour lets you easily share files with your network. Connect a printer to the AirPort and you're ready to print from anywhere in your home. Sync up your Bluetooth-enabled phone with the built-in Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology. The high-res 15.4" antiglare LED backlit widescreen TFT screen gives you sharp-looking text and graphics. The built-in iSight camera lets you video chat or even create your own movie. 3MB of shared L2 cache makes this MacBook Pro a top performer. 15.4 Antiglare Widescreen (1440 x 900) TFT LED Display Built-in iSight Camera & omnidirectional microphone NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT graphics processor with 256MB of GDDR3 memory 8X Slot-loading SuperDrive (DVD+-R DL/DVD+-RW/CD-RW) Built-in AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi wireless networking (802.11a/b/g/n) Built-in Bluetooth 2.1+EDR Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet ExpressCard 34 Slot 2 USB 2.0, Headphone out; Microphone-in, DVI output port, FireWire 400, FireWire 800, RJ-45 LAN, MagSafe power port Dimensions - Approx. 14.1 (W) x 1.0 (H) x 9.6 (D) Weight - Approx. 5.4 lbs

Product Details

Amazon Sales Rank: #7 in Personal Computers
Brand: Apple
Model: MB133LL/A
Dimensions: 1.00" h x 14.10" w x 9.60" l, 5.40 pounds
CPU: Intel Core Duo 2.4 GHz
Memory: 2000MB DDR2 SDRAM
Hard Disk: 200GB
Processors: 1
Native resolution: 15.4
Display size: 15.4


2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 3 MB on-chip shared L2 cache running 1:1 with processor speed, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard
2 GB RAM (two SO-DIMM) 677 MHz DDR2 SD-RAM (PC2-5300), 200 GB 5400 rpm Serial ATA hard drive, slot load 8x Super Drive (DVD±R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
One FireWire 400, one FireWire 800, two USB 2.0 ports, and ExpressCard/34 slot
Built-in 10/100/1000BASE-T (Gigabit); built-in 54 Mbps AirPort Extreme (802.11n); built-in Bluetooth 2.0+EDR
15.4-inch (diagonal), 1440 by 900 resolution, matte TFT LED widescreen display with NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT with 256 MB of GDDR3 memory and dual-link DVI

Customer Reviews

Excellent Machine - Not going back to a PC anytime soon I purchased the Apple MacBook Pro MB134LL/A 15.4" Laptop (2.5 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2 GB RAM, 250 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD SuperDrive) from Amazon last month. I love it. I've been using PC based laptops for work and play for 15 years, and while I have dabbled on MacBooks (of various types) with friends over the years, this is my first Mac purchase and the first time I am using a Mac for work purposes. In short, I could not be more satisfied with the machine itself. Externally, the 15.4 model is a sight to see. It has an elegant, polished look about it. More importantly, it has a sturdy feel to it. So many PC laptops, including name brands (Dell, Compaq, etc.) have such a cheap, plastic feel about them, as if you could twist a little bit and something cheap would come flying off. Not the MacBook Pro. The aluminum shell and the solid body give it a confident feel, like it could take a little abuse if necessary. The keyboard is just right: large keys, rightly placed, with a good feel--not to soft, not to much of a click. That the FN function keys come set to serve as hardware options by default and Fn keys (F1, F2, etc.) only while holding down the Fn key seems backwards ... but its a simple switch in Preferences. The ports on the sides seem sturdy and well place. At first, I thought I would miss having all the ports tucked away on the back of the machine (as in the case of many PC laptops), but in the real world this has not turned out to be so bad after all. Given the $2500 investment, I purchased a Speck clear cover and some ApplePeelz stick-on wrist guards, just to the keep the dings and sweat/grease stains to a minimum. After all, I'm planning to take this machine for the long-haul. In terms of performance, the elegance on the outside is matched by the gears on the inside. It really moves along. I ponied up for some more RAM, making it a 4 gig machine, because I figured if I was paying $2500 for a machine, I may as well trick it out. I run a typical suite of office programs - email, web, Microsoft Office, iTunes, syncing to a smartphone, scholarly research software, etc. - and the MacBook does great. 8 to 10 programs open at a time and not hesitation whatsoever. And unlike Windows after 6 months, the overall system performance has not lagged. I can put the Mac to sleep 6 times a day, and it always wakes up ready to go, full speed ahead. Sure, $2500 is (these days) a real investment in a laptop. So if you just want to drop a little coin for a simple, what-you-pay-for is what-you-get machine, don't get this one. But if you are looking for a machine that looks and runs great, with an operating system that is simple (but not simplistic) and has a polish and flair that Windows has never even approached, then consider this model. I love it.

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