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    Default New apple macbook updates as of today

    Apple didn't choose to make a big deal out of their newly updated macbook pro's here's all the info http://www.macrumors.com/2011/10/24/...rage-upgrades/
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    Fuhhhk I bought one last week!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastcoastams View Post
    Fuhhhk I bought one last week!
    You can take it back and change it. There is a grace period.

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    just like karlos santos said. you can take it back no probs at all
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    Ah well, the MBP I got last month is now obsolete
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    the new graphics upgrades are nice but the rest is hardly anything to cry over. think of it like this. Your "obsolete" MBP has better battery life with a slower cpu and gpu under the hood
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    Ah well, the MBP I got last month is now obsolete
    You know, im at the point now where i dont care about specs anymore.
    My next Mac will definitely be the lowest spec 13" cus its just for work DJing (high street clubs etc).
    Ill stick a bigger HDD in and that will be it. I simply do not need an all singing all dancing MBP for Traktor.

    I used to stress about getting the fastest, high spec MBP. Done it twice now and im over it.

    The new 13" will rip the shit out of my current 2.53/8GB MBP 15". I dont use laptops for production or anything other than Traktor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlos santos View Post
    you know, im at the point now where i dont care about specs anymore.
    My next mac will definitely be the lowest spec 13" cus its just for work djing (high street clubs etc).
    Ill stick a bigger hdd in and that will be it. I simply do not need an all singing all dancing mbp for traktor.

    I used to stress about getting the fastest, high spec mbp. Done it twice now and im over it.

    The new 13" will rip the shit out of my current 2.53/8gb mbp 15". I dont use laptops for production or anything other than traktor.
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    Tongue was in cheek. A quad-core will do me fine. Especially as Maschine doesn't yet have multi-core.

    If anything, limitations promote good song-building in production (committing to audio etc).
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    So, the 13" got a 100MHz processor upgrade and better graphics…totally see why they didn't really shout about it…it barely qualifies as trivial. But, that's okay because the bottom-end 13" is still good enough for just about anything any reasonable person could want to do on a laptop.

    I'm way over buying high-end Apples…they're all high-end afaic.

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