13 inch MacBook Pro Review

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  1. amg99

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    Or wait when Snow Leopard arrives this coming September.
     
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    Maybe, if you currently have one and/or can afford to wait. Or if they'll do another upgrade come September.

    If by then there'll be a "Find my laptop" feature or mobile broadband option then that's worth the wait. Otherwise, just upgrade later.
     
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    those reviews only tempts me to get another upgrade.oh well..
     
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    a 13 in MBP... hmmm... might as well wait for this! hehe.
     
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    I think it'll only cost $10 to get SL if you get a Mac now. Freshly updated all across the board, so why not get one now?

    I say go!
     
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    Yeah buy buy buy
     
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    I think the Snow Leopard (10.6) update/upgrade will cost $29 in September, for those on Leopard (10.5). Then the family pack costs $49.
     
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    any chance they'll make the Snow Leopard upgrade free for buyers of the recently released new 13" & 15" MBPs?
     
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    Yea buy now. Think of the fun times you'll have with your mac until Snow leopard comes out.
     
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    Well, it's not free, but it's only USD$9.00 under The Up-to-Date Program described here: http://www.apple.com/macosx/uptodate/

     
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    If I remember correctly, upgrades to Snow Leopard will be free for Mac buyers after June 8.

    Edit: sorry, as stated above its usd10.
     
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    Those buying any Mac after June 8 can get Snow Leopard for $10.
     
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    All it needs is a more powerful GPU and 3Gb Sata to put a SSD in. I'm selling my Macbook a few months from now and getting the next revision of this bad boy :p
     
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    Price quotes pls
     
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