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Apple MA092LL/A

Apple MA092LL/A
alaScore 73

14 reviews

Jul, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews of Apple MA092LL/A. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. People really like the portability and size. The screen and design are also mentioned favorably. Comments are divided on the energy efficiency, and many are negative about the price.

performance, design, screen, size, portability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Apple MA092LL/A is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 73/100 = Good quality.

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Apple MacBook Pro (17-inch)


With the MacBook Pro, Apple hasn't radically redesigned the PowerBook form factor, it has just made a few refinements to it. Measuring 15.4 inches wide, 10.4 inches deep, and 1 inch thick, the sleek, aluminum MacBook Pro looks very similar to the...

Beautiful, sleek design; big, bright display; dual-core CPU; robust software package, including Mac OS X Tiger; illuminated keyboard and scrollable touch pad; DVD burner; built-in Webcam; remote control; can run Windows XP using Apple's free Boot Camp...

Lacks media card reader and some other ports; only 90 days of toll-free technical support.

With a solid array of components, a terrific set of features, and the lightest weight of any laptop its size, Apple's 17-inch MacBook Pro is a power user's dream, but it doesn't come cheap.

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: solomon (

Apple MacBook Pro 2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo Laptop


am solomon i love this sithe very well i really apreceat

am solomon i love this sithe very well i really apreceat

Aug, 2006

Consumer review by: mkaydude22 (



Okay cnet I understand that the macbook pro 17" does not have a media card reader but you can buy a usb powered one for about $20. This computer is not more expensive than others considering all of the extras it comes with (iSight, iLife, Bluetooth,...

Has everything you want

No internal media card reader

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: stlguy_57 (

"Typical CNET"


From I agree completely.

Great Machine

Being reviewed by CNET

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: cubensis (

"Best machine I ever owned."


I made the switch, finally. I used to be a diehard PC fan, my previous notebook was a Dell XPS2. This machine is almost perfect. Way thinner than my XPS2 and lighter. Keys feel good, they glow in the dark which is a plus. Screen is way brighter than...

Beautiful, bright screen, fast gfx processor.

Arrow keys not full size, wish you could get other color than silver

May, 2006

Consumer review by: douglastaua (

"As close to Perfect (For Now)"


I actually can't believe how fast this baby operates. I have tried to open exactly 12 DVD movies converted into .mov files and played them simultaneously via Quicktime. It handeled it very well as if there was only one Movie. I even tried adding iTunes...

Fast, Camera, Bright Display, and did I mention Fast

Would be nice to see a different design. But this is super fast!

May, 2006

Consumer review by: bigmc6000 (

"I wanted to say 8.5 but this is still an amazing machine."


First thing is first - I want to point out that CNet is being completely dishonest and extremely misleading by saying a Dell Inspiron is "hundreds less." If you go spec to spec with the standard MacBook Pro (2799) the dell ends up at 2795 - not exactly...

Excellent feature set, massive upgrade over previous version but same cost

Questions still remain about underclocking, when will they switch to the x1800?

Apr, 2006

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Apple MacBook Pro 2.16 GHz Intel Core Duo Laptop


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Apple MacBook Pro (17-inch)


Consumer review by: mystii (

My office, recording studio and darkroom in one little notebook


I put off buying this machine for as long as I could I have a titanium Mac Powerbook that Id been using for quite a while, but after almost 5 years of traveling back and forth between different offices and home and anywhere else I happen to visit, it ...

portable, versatile, easy to maintain

power supply cord could be better.

Mar, 2007