By Richard Mallion
Apple updated its MacBook Pro line of notebooks with slightly faster processors and larger hard drives. The update bumps up the processors by either 100 MHz or 200 MHz and increases to hard drive capacities. The GPUs in the MacBook Pro 15″ and 17″ lines have also gotten a bump, with the low-end configurations of the 15″ now sporting a Radeon 6750M with 512MB of video RAM. Here’s how each model has changed:
- 13″ MacBook Pro base model has a 2.4 GHz processor and 500 GB hard drive, up from 2.3 GHz and 320 GB.
- 13″ MacBook Pro model has a 2.8 GHz processor and 750 GB hard drive, up from 2.7 GHz and 500 GB.
- 15″ MacBook Pro base model has a 2.2 GHz processor, up from 2.0 GHz. The 500 GB hard drive has not changed. GPU is now a 6750M with 512MB VRAM (up from a 6490M/256).
- 15″ MacBook Pro high-end model has a 2.4 GHz processor, up from 2.22.3 GHz. The 750 GB hard drive has not changed. GPU is now a 6770M with 1GB of VRAM.
- 17″ MacBook Pro model has a 2.4 GHz processor, up from 2.2 GHz. The 750 GB hard drive has not changed. GPU is also a 6770M with 1 GB VRAM (up from the 6750M).
Pricing remains the same.