Those number can't be right. There is 300 between low and high, but 500 between the regular and high end?Which would you rather buy? The MacBook, the low-end MacBook Pro, or the high-end MacBook Pro?
There is a $200 price difference between the regular MB and low-end MBP
There is a $500 price difference between the regular MB and high-end MBP
There is a $300 price difference between the low-end MBP and high-end MBP
well if you look at the bulk price difference on the intel site it makes a lot more sensehighend 13" doesnt future proof anything
.26ghz for $300 is future proofing? Sounds like wasting money to me.
If you don't mind me asking, what do you generally use your MBP for and have you noticed the extra .26Ghz helps with what you are doing? I'm looking at the 2.4GHz at the moment, after originally considering the high end 13" MBP until they increased the price. I just want to be 100% sure before I buy mine when the BTS promotion starts this summer.I love my high end (although I probably should have gone with the low end one)
Apple loves to overprice like hell don't they. For a $32 upgrade, they charge $300 for