MacBook Pro 2011 Specs & Prices

Feb 24, 2011 - 10 Comments

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The entire MacBook Pro lineup has had it’s first refresh of 2011. The specs and and prices for default builds are as follows:

Editor Update: MacBook Pro 2011 benchmarks are in and they are crazy fast!

MacBook Pro 13″ 2011 – $1199

  • 2.3GHz Dual Core i5 CPU
  • 320GB 5400 rpm hard drive
  • 4GB RAM at 1333MHz
  • Intel HD 3000 GPU
  • 1280×800 screen resolution

MacBook Pro 13″ 2011 – $1499

  • 2.7GHz Dual Core i5 CPU
  • 500GB 5400 rpm hard drive
  • 4GB RAM at 1333MHz
  • Intel HD 3000 GPU
  • 1280×800 screen resolution

MacBook Pro 15″ 2011 – $1799

  • 2.0GHz Quad Core i7 CPU
  • 500GB 5400 rpm hard drive
  • 4GB RAM at 1333MHz
  • Intel HD 3000 GPU & AMD Radeon HD 6490M with 256MB VRAM
  • 1440×900 screen resolution

MacBook Pro 15″ 2011 – $2199

  • 2.2GHz Quad Core i7 CPU
  • 750GB 5400 rpm hard drive
  • 4GB RAM at 1333MHz
  • Intel HD 3000 GPU & AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 1GB VRAM
  • 1440×900 screen resolution

MacBook Pro 17″ 2011 – $2499

  • 2.2GHz Quad Core i7 CPU
  • 750GB 5400 rpm hard drive
  • 4GB RAM at 1333MHz
  • Intel HD 3000 GPU & AMD Radeon HD 6750M with 1GB VRAM
  • 1920×1200 screen resolution

All 2011 MacBook Pro models include the new Thunderbolt interface, a SuperDrive, can be upgraded to include SSD drives and 8GB of RAM, and the 15″ and 17″ models can be upgraded to anti-glare displays and faster processors as well. The enclosure remains the familiar Unibody Aluminum chasis, and each model is said to include a battery cable of 7 hours of usage.

The factory specced builds all ship within 1-2 business days.

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Posted by: Manish Patel in Mac, News

10 Comments

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  1. Peter says:

    I am shocked there is no SSD by default. The result is that anyone visiting a store and using the MacBook Air will find that machine faster for 95% of tasks, and they’ll buy the Air instead. Strange move by Apple.

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  3. MacFoxPro says:

    Uhh…DISAPPOINTED

  4. Dominik says:

    The $1199 mbp is a joke! A 320 HD? are you serious?

  5. Brandon says:

    The prices seem to be a lot higher than last generation’s models were (please, correct me if i’m wrong), and there dont seem to be any major upgrades, like SSD memory, that last gen users would want to upgrade to.

  6. Yonish says:

    well, blandon You are absolutely right.

    Even worse!

    the GPU was better in the Previous version!

    Nvidia > Intel

  7. Fishcake21 says:

    There hasn’t been any benchmarks yet, but it does seem the GPUS are far superior, however strange thing is that the most top GPU those macs have to offer is still 128 bit instead of 256 bit :> makes the 1 gig of vram quite useless

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