The 2011 version of the 17-inch Macbrook Pro continues with the unibody metal design but the hardware is different. It’s the largest notebook in their MacBook Pro line. It comes with a 2.2GHz second-generation Intel Core i7 and AMD’s Radeon HD 6750M graphics processor. It also has 1 GB of GDDR5 RAM. What does all that do? It produces a fast computer in games and the desktop which it handles surprisingly well. The high-capacity lithium polymer battery delivers seven hours of battery life. It’s one of the longest-running desktop replacements around. With Intel’s Thunderbolt port allows for super-fast connections to accessories. Check out our video review to hear all about the latest changes.
For more information, read Digital Trends’ Apple MacBook Pro 17-inch (2011) Review.