Apple Macbook Pro Z0LYOB/A reviews and prices: 13.3" Laptop computer
This laptop is a good all rounder.
Some customer reviews of Apple Macbook Pro Z0LYOB/AMost helpful reviews
Kay, huddersfield Business user
- Good points:
- easy to use, quick, and stylish design
- Bad points:
- it would be nice if it was cheaper, but then i suppose quality costs a bit
|Size and weight||10.0|
|Value for money||10.0|
Confirmed purchase: 23 Aug 2011
Tom, Bromley, London General home user
- Good points:
+ Battery: It is great, my old windows laptop noticeably ran down fast... whereas this one just seems to hold on for longer no matter what your doing... You can really see the betterment in battery technology here!
+ Design: It's a Mac... need I say more? It is the best looking and stylish laptop on the market and will be forever! Getting this out on the train to london always makes people jealous! And so they should be :P
+ Size and Weight: The 13.3" is big enough for anyone to do anything they need to... I record music/edit video/play games/word process/browse the web/etc.... It is a little bit weighty, because it is made from metal and glass... but really the weight = quality!
+ Performance: I've had the VERY RARE unexpected closure (when I'm trying to close something anyway)... normally this is my fault by closing something too quickly and not being "considerate". Other than that, it is SOOO fast, Very smooth, Very very sleek and works like a dream. I still get excited when it turns on!
+ Value for Money: If you can push past the knee jerk reaction to the £999 minimum... then yes its fantastic value for money... now that I have a good enough job to afford this one, I think it is absolutely worth it!
- Bad points:
+ Weight: If you are looking for something VERY VERY VERY portable and lightweight, then go for a netbook... or try to find a 2nd hand Apple Macbook. This is not REALLY heavy... but it does have a bit of weight to it.
+ Value for Money: I'd love it if Apple would lower their prices... but then I DON'T! Because it would of course devalue it when you already have one. If you can afford it... then you will realise how it is worth paying the money for one!
|Size and weight||9.0|
|Value for money||8.0|
Confirmed purchase: 16 Sep 2011
|Screen size (Inches)||13.3|
|Operating system||Mac Os X|
|Hard disk capacity (Gigabytes)||500|
|Number of cores||Dual|
|Processor series||Core i5|
|Processor speed (Gigahertz)||2.3|
|Built-in disc drive||DVD drive|
|Built-in disc drive||CD-ROM drive|
Next-generation quad-core and dual-core Intel processors.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro now features a 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor or the fastest dual-core processor available — the 2.7GHz Intel Core i7. With Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.4GHz, these processors allow the 13-inch MacBook Pro to perform up to twice as fast as the previous generation.
But we couldn’t leave fast alone. The new 15- and 17-inch models bring quad-core power to almost everything you do. The available 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor — with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.4GHz and up to 8MB of shared L3 cache — enables these MacBook Pro models to run applications up to twice as fast as their top-of-the-line predecessors.
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