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Apple MacBook Pro A1278 - MD101LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (Intel Core i5 2.5GHz Processor, 16GB DDR3 Memory, 1TB SSHD Drive, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite ThunderBolt, DVD Burner), Aluminum
This is powerful, modern MacBook Pro is still sold at the Apple store. Ours is heavily upgraded with new components. Our machine is upgraded with 16GB of 1600MHz memory, with a super fast brand new 1TB / 1000GB SSHD (Solid State Hybrid) drive , and a clean installation of the latest OS X 10.10 Yosemite. This is about as high-end as a MacBook Pro can be, and would be a superior option for doing any graphics work (1024MB / 1GB Video memory) or gaming. Of course, this machine also has the modern Thunderbolt port, DVD drive, and can do full video streaming through AirPlay. Machine is in very good physical condition and perfect working condition. * 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 64-bit Processor * 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 Installed Memory * 1TB SSHD (Hybrid) drive * Intel HD Graphics 4000 1024 MB of DDR3 graphics * ThunderBolt Port * Ethernet, wifi, Two USB 3.0 ports, bluetooth, Firewire "800" * multi-touch" (4 finger) trackpad * Web Cam (iSight) * SuperDrive: DVD/CD Player/Burner * LED-backlit 13.3" widescreen TFT active-matrix "glossy" display (1280x800 Native Resolution) * Second Display Support (2560x1600 Maximum Resolution) * LED-backlit keyboard * Brand New Authentic 60W MagSafe power adapter and extension * Lightly used 7 hour battery (Realistically, more like 4 hours)
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