Is the new macbook air better buy than 13" macbook pro?
Question: macbook air has higher resolution, but macbook pro has faster cpu, everywhere seem air has advantage due to ssd and resolution, is the new macbook air use led screen? the $999 11" macair seem beter buy than the plastic white macbook..
Best Answers: Is the new macbook air better buy than 13" macbook pro?
MacBook Air: Less powerful and more expensive than a MacBook. Hey, it fits in an envelope though. Maybe you should buy an envelope to protect your MacBook Air? MacBook Pro: The only MacBook that doesn't suck. Wait, look at the price on this thing. It costs $1800 to get a decent one. If you're willing to pay that, then get the 15" MacBook Pro. Apple MacBook Pro MB991LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop *2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo Processor *250 GB hard drive, DVD/CD SuperDrive, 4 GB DDR3 RAM *NVIDIA GeForce 9400M Graphics, 13.3 inch LED Display *Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard Operating System http://www.amazon.com/Apple-MacBook-MB99... Or http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-...
The 2006 MacBook will be limited to 500GB but any 2.5" SATA notebook drive will work. Step by step instructions... http://manuals.info.apple.com/en_US/MacBook_13inch_HardDrive_DIY.pdf
um its ok but fragial and no disk player i use a 13 inch mac and it works fine ALSO THERE ALL METAL NOW
By now, you should have already tried it. What happened? Did it give you a message that it can't install on this computer? Well, it will. Although the DVD has a Leopard installer, it doesn't include drivers for your MacBook. It will only work with a new MacBook Pro (maybe with a new MacBook). The installer checks for hardware that matches the drivers on the DVD. Apple doesn't want to end up seeing this DVD copied and sold for a dollar each to a hundred other folks, the way it is for a Windows XP disc. A retail version of the Leopard DVD has drivers for all current and older Macs that meet the requirements for Leopard.
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