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Old 26-04-2010
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Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"
  

Hello friends over there, I am planning to purchase new Apple MacBook Pro. But i am confused in the sizes which are available in the market. The Apple MacBook pro is available in the three screen sizes. But i want to buy anyone from Apple Macbook Pro 15" and 17" screen size. So wanted to know that which will be better from these two. Is there any differences in these two?

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Re: Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"

I dont think so there is much difference in the features of the Apple MacBook Pro 15" and 17" apart from the screen size only. May be the 17" MacBook will have some higher hardware configuration, but nothing more than that. So i will advise you to go for the 15" MacBook Pro. This will save lots of money for you because the Apple MacBook Pro 17" is more costlier than the 15" MacBook Pro.

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Re: Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"

As Barclay has mentioned above, both the Apple MacBook Pro has the similar features.

Features of the 17" and 15" Apple Macbook Pro.
  1. The longest-lasting Mac notebook battery ever.
  2. Powerful graphics, two ways.
  3. A display of brilliance.
  4. Ports with possibilities.
  5. Mini DisplayPort.
  6. From camera to computer.
  7. In an instant.
  8. Burn DVDs superfast.
  9. WLAN.
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Re: Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"

There are option for selecting the processors for Apple MacBook Pro according to your needs. Apple is providing the Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processor choices. So select any one from these two for your Apple MacBook Pro. This option is available for the 15" as well as with the 17 Apple MacBook Pro. The i7 MacBook Pro will cost more than the MacBook pro with i5 processor.
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Re: Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"

The 15" and 17" Apple MacBook Pro comes with the default Intel Core i5 processor and there is option for the Intel Core i7 processors. Rest of the features are common in both the versions and they are mentioned above properly. So now you are having much of the information regarding the two of these MacBook Pro's. So choose one from it and get it for you.
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Re: Macbook Pro 17" vs 15"

I have checked the specification of 15" and the 17" Apple MacBook Pro on the Apple website and there is no difference except the default hard drive and the graphic/video card included in the both of these MacBook Pro's. So i will advise you to go for the 15" MacBook Pro. For more details about the specification refer the link given below.
http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/specs.html
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