Apple has finally jumped on the Core 2 Duo (redundancy anyone?) bandwagon by upgrading their MacBook Pros, giving them a looks good on paper 39% speed increase. Besides the jump in processing, all models now include a FireWire 800 port (which should have been included from the beginning but Apple does strange things sometimes), support for up to 3GB of memory (nice), storage capacities of up to 200GB (very nice), and all Pros now come standard with a double-layer SuperDrive (double nice). Plus, if youâ€™re not one of those people who have to have the latest and greatest, you can save 22%-37% on yesterdayâ€™s top of the line. Apple Certified Refurbished Systems come with free shipping and the same warranty as a brand new piece of hardware, plus, at least one bug has already been worked out of the system, so youâ€™ll hopefully have a few less problems with your new wonder machine. If youâ€™ve been holding out on that upgrade, now may be the time to jump in Appleâ€™s wagon.
[Via: The Unofficial Apple Weblog]