Some brave souls have called the Apple MacBook Pro MC372LL/A a benchmark in the incredibly popular MacBook series. Those are some pretty bold claims, but everything I know about this installment of the MacBook Pro series says that those souls may well be on to something. This brief laptop review will attempt to break down some of the facts.
This model offers a pile of special features to flesh out the whole package. The features include but are not limited to:
· 2.53GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core processor
· 500GB SATA hard drive clocked at 5,400rpm
· 4GB DDR3 RAM that can be expanded to 8GB
· 8x slot-loading DVD player with double layer support
· iSight camera for video chatting and more
· two USB 2.0 ports
· DisplayPort video outlet with optional adapters
Along with these extensive features, the Apple MacBook Pro MC372LL/A covered in this laptop review has a couple of professional specifications well worth taking a closer look at. For a more complex and considered look at the MacBook Pro, head down to your local retailer and ask for a “test drive.”
The graphics switching is something that catches my eye, for instance. This sort of graphics flexibility can’t be taken too lightly, as it functions both for style purposes and conservation purposes. Any laptop review worth its salt would note that the graphics switching slides effortlessly between the two processors (NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M and Intel HD graphics).
With a button-less multi-touch track-pad made of glass, the Apple MacBook Pro MC372LL/A is not just a stylish excuse. There’s no button, which clears up space for more sliding and gliding. This gives you more space to run and more room to carefully explore your photos and websites with the greatest of ease.