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Apple MacBook Pro 1,83GHz
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Apple MacBook Pro 1,83GHz

Apple Laptop from Apple belonging to the MacBook Pro series.

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IkkiniIkkini

Apple MacBook Pro 1,83GHzPublished on 09/18/06 at 05:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I bought this computer in July on the refurb store, so I was able to save 500 euros on the original price.

What I like about this model:
- The OS and apps (the new version of i-life is really full)
- The power of the core duo (which perfectly complement my G4 that was beginning to falter ...)
- The screen is very nice
- Finishing of the unit

Could I blame:
- The connections too small (it lacks a USB, one FW400, FW800 and a video output for my taste)
- The computer very hot this summer
- The trackpad sometimes a little random
- The shrill sound when I use the computer on battery

Before buying it I had two iBooks that had convinced me to abandon the PC environment......
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I bought this computer in July on the refurb store, so I was able to save 500 euros on the original price.

What I like about this model:
- The OS and apps (the new version of i-life is really full)
- The power of the core duo (which perfectly complement my G4 that was beginning to falter ...)
- The screen is very nice
- Finishing of the unit

Could I blame:
- The connections too small (it lacks a USB, one FW400, FW800 and a video output for my taste)
- The computer very hot this summer
- The trackpad sometimes a little random
- The shrill sound when I use the computer on battery

Before buying it I had two iBooks that had convinced me to abandon the PC environment

Having bought my model on the refurb, I find the price more than satisfactory in terms of power, finishing, operating system and software included

Had I been more patient, I would have expected the models Core2Duo ...
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sp7sp7

Apple MacBook Pro 1,83GHzPublished on 08/11/07 at 01:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Macbook pro 1.83 ghz, 512 MB ram 667 mhz ddr2
dd 80 GB 5400 m / t

I note this book for 2 weeks
this is my second laptop. javais before a P1 166 mhz.
is incomparable.
While I like the screen 15'4 inches, the trackpad, the input / output analog / digital
I do not like hp, the lack of PCMCIA port and the heat of the beast.

I tried the pc in win but I prefer the mac os is more open than the previous as well as its aesthetic.

I had a discount of 200 euros on the device that was a model expo in very good condition except for a trace on the "bodywork"
So for me the ratio q / p is good enough.

I use it recently so I did not truly objective view of his qualities.
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Macbook pro 1.83 ghz, 512 MB ram 667 mhz ddr2
dd 80 GB 5400 m / t

I note this book for 2 weeks
this is my second laptop. javais before a P1 166 mhz.
is incomparable.
While I like the screen 15'4 inches, the trackpad, the input / output analog / digital
I do not like hp, the lack of PCMCIA port and the heat of the beast.

I tried the pc in win but I prefer the mac os is more open than the previous as well as its aesthetic.

I had a discount of 200 euros on the device that was a model expo in very good condition except for a trace on the "bodywork"
So for me the ratio q / p is good enough.

I use it recently so I did not truly objective view of his qualities.
garageband works well, we can go up to 8 audio tracks without abusing the plug-in.

for now I do not regret my purchase

August 2 edition of
I could make some enrgistrement with garageband
Here are two links where you can listen what my macbook with garage band gives:
http://www.myspace.com/passioncalculee
http://www.onvibes.com/simon
click on Heart and Soul and / or childromm artpour listen my recordings
of GB;)
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  • Manufacturer: Apple
  • Model: MacBook Pro 1,83GHz
  • Series: MacBook Pro
  • Category: Apple Laptops
  • Added in our database on: 01/10/2006

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