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Apple MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) (13-inch MC374 / MC375, 15-inch MC371 / MC372 / MC373, 17-inch MC024)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Apple MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) (13-inch MC374 / MC375, 15-inch MC371 / MC372 / MC373, 17-inch MC024). The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. People are impressed by the image quality and portability. The usability and design also get good feedback, but some have doubts about the sound and price. Comments are divided on the reliability.

performance, design, usability, portability, image quality

price, sound

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Apple MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) (13-inch MC374 / MC375, 15-inch MC371 / MC372 / MC373, 17-inch MC024) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Klaus Hinum (notebookcheck.net)

Review Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch i7 2010-04 Notebook

 

i7 power. After a long wait, the updated MacBook Pro models have

Perfect workmanship; Excellent robustness and overall feel; Glass touchpad with intertial scrolling (in Mac OS X); Timeless design; Light for its class

High price tag; Limited range of ports; Only a one year warranty; Sealed-in battery

And of course, more reasonably priced Windows notebooks with the new Core processors and GT 330M, like the Samsung R780.

Dec, 2010

Expert review by: ubergizmo.com (ubergizmo.com)

Macbook Pro Review

 

The new Macbook Pro is a great computer with an amazing world-class design. I think that very few would question how well it is built and how much attention to details went into it. If anything, Mac OS X users who can afford it are damn lucky. If you...

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Apple MacBook Pro Spring 2010 review:

 

Updates to Apple's MacBook line of laptops are always closely watched, and they generally fall into two categories: there are major evolutions, such as the switch to aluminum unibody construction in 2008, and then there are minor spec upgrades,...

Adds fast, efficient Intel Core i5, i7 processors, new Nvidia graphics, seamless switching between integrated, discrete GPUs...

At the top end of the price scale; still no HDMI, Blu-ray, or other high-end options.

Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro keeps the same look and feel, but offers major internal changes, including an optional Intel Core i7 CPU, making it a very serious portable powerhouse.

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: (electronicsme.com)

Apple MacBook Pro MC373LL/A

 

Apple has marketed the next-generation MacBook Pro series as generally customizable to the consumer, and such is true with the various models that they offer with different features and price ranges. If the MC373LL/A is within your budget and you are...

Superior- highest model in the 15.4, Powerful- dual-core 2.66GHz Intel Core i7 processor with 4GB RAM (8GB max), Expansive- upgraded with 500GB hard drive and NVIDIA graphics with 512MB memory, Featured- Bluetooth, 802.11b/g/n WLAN, Gigabit Ethernet,...

Third in the 15.4-inch Apple MacBook Pro lineup is the MC373LL/A model...

Aug, 2010

Editor's Choice!

Expert review by: Jonathan Rougeot (computershopper.com)

Apple MacBook Pro (17-Inch, 2010 Version)

 

The inclusion of Core i5 and i7 processors, improved graphics technology, and unbeatable battery life take the big-screen MacBook Pro to the next level.

Advanced graphics; Intel Core i5 and i7 chips finally offered; unmatched battery life

Few new external features; no Blu-ray drive

Double your display real estate by adding a second monitor. It's a snap: Here's how

May, 2010

Expert review by: ComputerShopper (computershopper.com)

Expert Review

 

Apple takes what was already good and makes it even better, with the inclusion of Core i5 and Core i7 processors, much-improved graphics technology, and unbeatable battery life.

Advanced graphics, Core i5 and i7 chips finally offered, Unmatched battery life

Few new external features, No Blu-ray drive

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: Trusted Reviews (trustedreviews.com)

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4in Notebook

 

We quite liked the new MacBook, but what does Hugo think of its bigger sibling?

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Techworld (techworld.com)

15" 2.66GHz Intel Core i7 MacBook Pro review

 

The new 15in MacBook Pros leave little to complain about, offering better application performance, better battery life and very similar pricing. The extra £170 for the new low-end system seems like good value when you consider the addition of discrete...

May, 2010

Expert review by: Digital Arts (digitalartsonline.co.uk)

MacBook Pro 15.4-inch review

 

Apple's first laptop since the move from Motorola to Intel processors isn't the groundbreaking machine that many were expecting. If anything, the move has made the mobile Mac more ordinary, and the chip switch will put off anyone reliant on Adobe...

Small, light, and pretty. Optimized software gives improved performance over previous Mac laptops. Innovative power connector

Poor performance in standard applications such as Adobe tools. High price. Screen not ‘X-black’. Low real-time 3D power

May, 2006

Consumer review by: BryceDolletzki (cnet.com)

"Best Computer on the market today!"

 

My Friend Mac The newest line of computers from Apple the Macbook Pro 17" may appear to have the same cosmetic aluminum unibody as its forerunners. But the major changes have transpired under the hood of this bad boy. This laptop is far more advanced...

Fast

No blueray player

Feb, 2012

Product Specifications

Graphics

Discrete graphics adapter memory:0.25

Processor

Conflict Free processor: No
ECC supported by processor: No
Processor cache type:L2
Processor codename:Penryn
Processor Series:Intel Core 2 Duo P8000 series
Thermal Design Power (TDP):25

Processor special features

Intel 64: Yes
Intel Clear Video Technology: No
Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x):1
Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d): No
Processor package size:35