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Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011) reviewed: an expensive Thunderbolt

Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011) reviewed: an expensive Thunderbolt
alaScore 82

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the screen. The battery also gets good comments.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011) reviewed: an expensive Thunderbolt is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in 2.5Ghz review

 

Apple has its own take on the idea of portable computing and the MacBook Pro (£1799 inc. VAT) has long been a favourite with users due to a combination of portability, an excellent screen and comprehensive software compatibility.

Very stylish ; Lightweight and ortable ; Bright screen ; Comfortable to use

Exensive ; Limited feature set

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Stuff magazine

 

Apple's biggest notebook has been given the aluminium unibody treatment. But is it still the best 17-incher in town?

The perfect finish to the new MacBook line-up, the Pro is an unrivalled aluminium powerhouse

Recommended!

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in

 

Has Apple's largest notebook got it where it counts? Wil Harris finds out.

In conclusion, the 17in MacBook Pro is really a fantastic machine for creatives and anyone else looking for a high-powered, high-style laptop with a large screen. Sure, it does cost a little more than your average Windows laptop - around £2,100 for...

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Apple MacBook Pro (17in., 2.16GHz Core Duo): photos

 

Apple adds a 17in. version of the MacBook Pro to its lineup. Here's a photo gallery.

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011) reviewed: an expensive Thunderbolt

 

It's a monster of a laptop, with Sandy Bridge power and long battery life. But the price is pretty monstrous too.

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011) reviewed: an expensive Thunderbolt

 

It's a monster of a laptop, with Sandy Bridge power and long battery life. But the price is pretty monstrous too.

Powerful, long-lasting and with a wonderful 1,920 x 1,200 screen, but the price remains unpalatable

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in (2011)

 

We've already reviewed the new Apple MacBook Pro 15in, and the 17in model shares much of the same DNA. There's just one pre-configured specification available, with the same Sandy Bridge processor and AMD graphics as its smaller sibling, and it also...

Powerful, long-lasting and with a wonderful 1,920 x 1,200 screen, but the price remains unpalatable

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in, the grandaddy of Apple laptops reviewed

 

The design is impeccable, the build superb and the screen extraordinary, but the price is a huge barrier. We ponder the icon that is the Macbook Pro 17in

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Apple MacBook Pro 17in notebook

 

The 17in Macbook Pro features a similar design and immaculate finish to the 13in and 15in Macbook Pro models in Apple's line-up. With its big 17in (1920x1200) screen you may think it's not the most appropriate size to go for, but its lean body and...

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Awesome

 

Nuff said!I bought the 17" i7 with the 7200rpm hard drive, and its a fantastic piece of kit. Made the switch from PC to MAC and now wish I did it years ago!