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Apple MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2.4GHz)

  • Summary: Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro gets a solid under-the-hood upgrade for better performance and longer battery life, allowing the MacBook Pro to put enough distance between itself and the lower-end MacBook to justify its higher price.
  • Pros: Updated CPU and graphics without an updated price, LED-backlit display for better battery life, 802.11n support
  • Cons: Minimal configuration options, Only 90 days of complimentary technical support, Still no media card reader
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Apple MacBook Air (1.6GHz)

  • Summary: The design is revolutionary, but Apple's MacBook Air will appeal to a smaller, more specialised audience than the standard MacBook, thanks to a stripped-down set of connections and features.
  • Pros: Incredibly thin yet surprisingly sturdy, New trackpad gesture controls are very useful, Remote optical drive makes living without a built-in drive much easier
  • Cons: Very limited connectivity, Slower than other MacBooks, SSD hard-drive option is ridiculously expensive and standard hard drive is small, Battery is not user replaceable.
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Apple MacBook Pro (2.66GHz, 17-inch)

  • Summary: A little late to the party, Apple's redesigned 17-inch MacBook Pro joins the 15-inch model with a redesigned aluminium body, new trackpad with expanded functionality, and a dual graphics set-up for either longer battery life or better performance.
  • Pros: New aluminium unibody construction comes to the 17-inch model, Useful multi-touch trackpad gestures, Attractive edge-to-edge glass on display, Dual graphics provide more power or more battery life
  • Cons: All-clicking trackpad is a bit awkward, Matte screen option costs extra, Switching GPUs is not as seamless as it should be
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Apple MacBook Air (1.86GHz, Nvidia GeForce 9400M)

  • Summary: If you weren't a fan of the previous MacBook Air, nothing will change your mind here. It does, however, present an excellent user experience. We can only hope the next revision is a little more feature-laden.
  • Pros: Lightweight and thin, Excellent construction, SSD and internal upgrades make the MacBook Air an excellent performer
  • Cons: Non-removable battery, Limited expandability, Mini-DisplayPort, Thin grey lines visible on screen in some models, Over-sensitive trackpad in Windows
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HP 2133 Mini-Note

  • Summary: Despite an underpowered CPU, the HP 2133 Mini-Note PC offers the best balance of small size, comfort, and functionality we've seen in a mini-notebook, making it fast a favourite for on-the-go use.
  • Pros: Inexpensive, Solid construction, Stylish design belies its budget price, Nearly full-size keyboard
  • Cons: Weak performance, Unimpressive battery life, Tiny touchpad, Misses out on new Intel Atom CPUs
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