Apple Mac, MacBook, iPad and MacBook Pro reviews

Every Apple computer we've reviewed recently, from iMacs to MacBooks to iPads and MacBook Pros

If style and excellent performance are high on your criteria for the perfect desktop computer or notebook, Apple products are an excellent option. We've put together a list of all of our current reviews of desktop PCs and notebooks from Apple.

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Apple MacBook Pro (15in, Core i7)

The design remains the same, but Apple's latest MacBook Pro has received a welcomed upgrade under the hood. The glossy display, slow hard drive and poorly positioned USB ports remain issues, but better performance and battery life than previous models make this notebook a winner.

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  • 10th May, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Apple
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent aluminium unibody design, great build quality, Core i7 processor option, increased performance and battery life over previous models, excellent keyboard, large trackpad
  • Cons:
  • Trackpad has areas with poor response, glossy display, 5400rpm hard drive, restricted graphics card switching, USB ports poorly positioned, can become uncomfortably hot on occasion

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