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Apple MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 quadricœur à 2,0 GHz
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Apple MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 quadricœur à 2,0 GHz

Apple Laptop from Apple belonging to the MacBook Pro series.

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Apple MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 quadricœur à 2,0 GHzPublié le 08/05/12 à 14:36
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I needed a bike that is capable of doing everything, without taking the head. And it was tiresome to be told "with a good PC you can do anything, but we need one for music, one for video and one for office (and possibly another for internet, in charge of recovering the virus) ".

I for 1 year, it runs almost non stop, I take him at work I use at home, mainly for music (Logic Pro 9, mainstage 2, Finale 2011) and office (+ photo , internet and some video). You might say that I pay for.

The pros:
- Reliability of the OS
- Quality of the trackpad (I almost completely forgot the mouse)
- Ease of configuration
- Speed ​​of "awakening" (it opens and it comes on, magic)
-......
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I needed a bike that is capable of doing everything, without taking the head. And it was tiresome to be told "with a good PC you can do anything, but we need one for music, one for video and one for office (and possibly another for internet, in charge of recovering the virus) ".

I for 1 year, it runs almost non stop, I take him at work I use at home, mainly for music (Logic Pro 9, mainstage 2, Finale 2011) and office (+ photo , internet and some video). You might say that I pay for.

The pros:
- Reliability of the OS
- Quality of the trackpad (I almost completely forgot the mouse)
- Ease of configuration
- Speed ​​of "awakening" (it opens and it comes on, magic)
- Quality of the sound card and microphone (obviously, it's still basic, but it is stable and low latency that is reasonable in)
- Strength
- Design (that is secondary, but ...)
- Silent
- Autonomy: 7 hours advertised are not an illusion. It is obviously necessary to avoid the brightness thoroughly ...

Cons:
- Price ...
- Non-removable battery
- No usb 3

I would do without this choice problem.
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  • Manufacturer: Apple
  • Model: MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 quadricœur à 2,0 GHz
  • Series: MacBook Pro
  • Category: Apple Laptops
  • Added in our database on: 06/30/2011

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