ditto, add the super easy access to the ram as well. Given the easy to update nature of the Mac Pro those 2 features will have to be included in the MBP's next revision.ITASOR said:MacBook - user replaceable HD just owns...best improvement ever!
Yup, RAM has always been "slightly" easy to access though...I mean you don't need to be a friggen Apple certified technician to replace the HD like you did on the older iBooks and PowerBooks. That's what always worried me with a notebook...what if the HD dies and it's out of warranty...now, I can just pop another one in. Why that feature is still not in the MBP is beyond me, pros are the ones that are going to need to upgrade their HD to bigger, faster, drives.dornoforpyros said:ditto, add the super easy access to the ram as well. Given the easy to update nature of the Mac Pro those 2 features will have to be included in the MBP's next revision.
say what?ero87 said:gotta vote for the macbook design, anytime I touch/hold a MBP i feel like it's extremely delicate and I have to be uber-careful. With the durable (and cheaper) macbook, I can kinda toss it around and not worry so much about scratching it.
MBP looks nice, but doesn't handle nice.
..exactly the same opinion here; MBP is much betterRokem said:say what?
i sold off my macbook to the pro and it is soooo many times scratch proof. The week i had my macbook it was pretty scrwed the week i have had my pro, not a scratch. and my mbp feels many more times as sturdy.
edit: also i found the mb's edge really sharp and uncomfortable, where as the mbp's is nice and smooth. and the backlit keyboard mmm.