- Aug 31, 2011
How does it have a non-black bezel?
Edit: My Lord. I had no idea the anti-glare models had silver bezels. They look lovely. Wouldn't mind a change of face for my 2011 MBP.
Isn't it wild how different Macs can "feel" so much faster or slower than another with similar specs! I have the opposite problem where my 17" feels really SLOW compared to my 12" even though its technically faster.
AKE BC168. It sits flush in the PC card slot.Would you mind telling me the make etc of the USB card?
Happen to have a link for that screensaver?
I need a stethoscope to hear the hard drive too!
My main, every day computer is a 2012 unibody(non retina) 15" with a matte screen. On the 15" models, the matte screens were higher resolution than the "standard screen" at 1680x1050 vs. 1440x900. The high res was also available with a glossy screen, but I think the mattes were MUCH more popular.
I consider the mid-2012 15" HR-AG laptop to be the last great laptop Apple has made, but then I'm biased .
BTW, here's a Unibody line-up. Unfortunately, the replacement screen I have for this particular 17" is glossy-if it weren't for the fact that I have a high likelihood of damaging something, I would like to transplant the AR bezel to the good screen. All unibody 17"s are 1920x1200 with either bezel.
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This is the only handy photo of my 15" I have-it's showing a screen saver that runs through various "crash" messages and of course here is showing an early "Sad Mac."
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