Perfect Macbook Pro?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by ericksgotmac, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. ericksgotmac macrumors regular

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    I was just wondering what everyone's perfect MBP would be? Here's my example...

    Screen- 13.3"

    CPU- Core i7 @ 3.0GHz

    RAM- 16GBGB 1067MHz DDR3 RAM

    SSD- 1TB, 300MB/s Read & 300MB/s, MAX OUT SATAII :D

    Graphics- NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 280M in SLI, with ability to use only one at a time or in Snow Leopard use the unused graphics card to offload processes from the CPU

    Keyboard- Backlit, basically the same.

    Trackpad- Made from glass, multitouch, about a inch winder and a screen that can display my itunes screen.

    Speakers- Higher quality then the current speakers in the uMBP 08'. The current one's sound horrible when playing certain music.

    Battery Life- 8Hrs of life with integrated, 6Hrs with SLI.

    Slot Loading Blu-Ray Drive with Read + Write. (as well as DVD+R DL & CD-R etc.)

    Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR with Wifi integration. I'm not sure what it's called but it will speed up the data transfer by using Wifi.

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    Ports:
    -Dual FW3200
    -Dual USB 3.0
    -Magsafe Connector
    -Dual MiniDisplay Port (Give or take)
    -Ethernet 10/100/1000
    -Expresscard 2.0
    -SD Slot (Don't want to have to depend on the Expresscard for this)
    -Headphone/ Mic in
    -eSata+USB Port (Love the self powered port for eSata 2.5" drives)


    All for $2000 :p....o_O or I would sell my soul for it
     
  2. thegoldenmackid macrumors 604

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  3. NikFinn macrumors 6502a

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    Is there even room for that many ports?!?! I'd like all that, in a MBA pacakge, please and thank you :)
     
  4. cababah macrumors 68000

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    Add brain wave recognition for an input method too.
     
  5. NP3 macrumors regular

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    why would you want all that power in a tiny 13" screen?
     
  6. ericksgotmac thread starter macrumors regular

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    Hmm...you have a point maybe 15" screen instead, with 1200 resolution? I thought of the port placement and there looks to be enough room if the battery indicator was removed and the SD slot was placed by the Blu-ray slot. The dual MiniDisplay port would be nice but I wouldn't use it that much so it's only a bonus, but the eSata+USB port, at least one FW3200 port, SD Slot, Blu-Ray Drive, Dual (Triple?) USB 3.0 and Express card 2.0 would be FANTASTIC. The SLI cards would be pretty impressive combined with the Core i7 CPU and Snow Leopards ability to offload CPU stress onto the unused graphics card when only one is used...
     
  7. bcaslis macrumors 68020

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    Well if we are in fantasy land:

    15" OLED screen 1680x1050 resolution
    3.06GHz Core Duo2 (or whatever the current CPU is called)
    Nivida GT9600M is OK.
    Less border space around the screen for smaller dimensions
    .75 inches thick
    4.5 pounds
    500GB SSD
    8GB RAM
    Firewire 800, 2 USB3, audio in and out, SD card slot
    802.11N & bluetooth 2.1

    See, I'm easy! :D
     
  8. crushedlizard macrumors newbie

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    HDMI, eSATA, SIM card slot, BluRay drive, RED One camera...
     
  9. Bill Gates macrumors 68020

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    - 15" Matte LED-backlit LCD with 1680x1050 resolution
    - The keyboard from the original MacBook Pro
    - 2x USB 2.0, 1x FW800, 1x FW400, ExpressCard 34, Mini DisplayPort, Audio-in, Audio-out
    - 802.11N WiFi, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, Infrared
    - Nvidia GeForce GTS 250M & GeForce 9400M, with on-the-fly switching based on load and power source (AC vs. battery)
    - Modular optical drive bay (ability to swap for hard drive) with hot swapping
    Ability to hold down 'w' key to boot into Windows
    - 3.06GHz Core 2 Duo
    - 4GB DDR3 (expandable to 8GB)
    - 1TB Western Digital Scorpio Blue
    - Blu-Ray burner
    - Remote that fits in the ExpressCard slot when not in use and for charging
     
  10. thegoldenmackid macrumors 604

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  11. feelthefire macrumors 6502a

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    You forgot the included first aid kid and fire extinguisher for those small incidents where it ignites nearby flammables from sheer heat output!
     
  12. hamis92 macrumors 6502

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    +1 for these. The original MBP keyboard is IMO the best Apple notebook keyboard I've typed on.
     
  13. kraftzwerg macrumors regular

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    Wow - what a great idea! Make that remote a type of wireless presenter with built-in laser pointer and I'd by that MBP in a heartbeat !!!
     
  14. kainjow Moderator emeritus

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    Like this? http://sik.com/rex.php
     
  15. Bill Gates macrumors 68020

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    Similar to that, but direct from Apple and that charges from the ExpressCard slot, so no need to ever replace the battery.
     

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