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'It's everything I expected and more'
'small, fast and in a league of its own'
'Not a Retina MacBook Air, but awfully close'
'Eye-pamperingly gorgeous Retina display'
'Strong performance on HD video and 3D'
'Powerful AMD GPU with more dedicated memory'
'Best touchpad so far, Switchable graphics'
'Thin, Strong performance, Excellent speakers'
'Quality of the case, High-quality display'
'Trackpad and gesture controls are still the best of any current laptop'
'Superb battery life, Fast overall performance'
'Large multi-touch trackpad, and edge-to-edge glass-fronted display'
'Better integrated graphics, Unibody build'
'Powerful updates to the CPU and GPU'
'The built-in stereo speakers, upgraded from four to five on the new model, sound good at lower levels but get a bit strained as you push the volume higher. '
'Powerful new GPU.'
'The brushed aluminum casing is unique, aesthetic and unmistakable world-wide.'
'The MacBook Pro comes with Apple's LED-backlit display with a glossy finish, which is a glorious thing to behold with excellent colours and nice deep blacks. '
'The glossy finish is sleek and doesn't attract as many fingerprints or smudges as would something in black; the system is easily one of the best-looking laptops in the industry.'
'new unibody casing'
'The 17-inch screen is incredibly sharp, thanks to the 1920 x 1200-pixel resolution.'
'Choosing high performance'
'most universally useful laptops'
'the MacBook is top designed .'
'Your MacBook is rapidly obsolete to those who want the biggest.'
'A pair of speakers above the keyboard were sufficiently loud, but lacked a bottom thump.'
'the screen is bright and onscreen colours vibrant.'
'the case is solid and robust and feels particularly tough to the touch.'
'the screen is very bright and has reasonably wide viewing angles.'
'a big keyboard framed by stereo speakers'
'the new 2.5GHz MacBook Pros achieved the best scores of any laptop in Macworld's benchmark tests'
'Lack of native software.'
'Hard drive isn't user-accessible.'
'The power block is also pretty clunky, and carrying both the laptop and the power block around is enough to make your shoulder hurt after about 15 minutes.'
'Rather than using an extremely high resolution panel, MSI has opted for a moderate 1680x1050 resolution that is a good compromise between the typical 1366x768 and the ultra high 1920x1080. '
'This might be ideal for work, but for films and games the GX640 could really do with more brightness; the picture looks a little washed out.'
'such a cool gaming laptop'
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