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Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Laptop - MD101LZ/A - New (Latest Model) $999 + free shipping

inshon1 26 February 23, 2013 at 05:07 PM in Computers (6) More eBay Deals
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Any link for those items?
I bought this memory when it was on sale for $60 or so. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820220659

As far as SSD, just search slickdeals for "250gb SSD." There is a deal in the $150-$160 range every 2-3 days for the past month or so.

Quote from MBaran View Post :
Warranty was okay even though this is a unit for South America? LZ vs LL?
Warranty was just fine. All registered with Apple online and showing full 1-year hardware warranty and 90-day technical support.

The LZ designation is absolutely no different from the LL model. All is designates is that this was intended to be sold in Singapore. This is listed on the Apple forums.
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Apple specs say that its upgradabe to 8gb but you can max it out at 16gb. Use Carbon Copy Cloner. Just google it.
Hold on....so the BIOS will support 16GB of RAM even tho Apple says it maxes out at 8GB? Do any other MBP's have the same ability to recognize more RAM than the specs call for?
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lol why would people get 16GB for ram, the i5 will most likely not able to use all that memory anyway. I'd save my money.
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lol why would people get 16GB for ram, the i5 will most likely not able to use all that memory anyway. I'd save my money.

you mean the operating system?
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lol why would people get 16GB for ram, the i5 will most likely not able to use all that memory anyway. I'd save my money.
That's not true; any 64-bit CPU can address multiple PETAbytes of RAM.

I know for a fact that Sandy and Ivy Bridge MBPs can handle 16GB of RAM with no issues, so anyone considering upgrading, don't fret.

As far as typical usage scenarios, I have 8GB in my 2011 MBP and I routinely max it out. It's very easy to fill up 8GB of RAM nowadays, particularly if you use Photoshop, Illustrator, Unity, and any virtualization machines.

I've seen 16GB as low as $50, but that's typically no-name brands. Quality RAM can get as low as $60 for 16GB, but you'll need to be patient.

I, for one, am waiting for the Haswell MBPs before I bite. A retina Haswell MBP is a dream machine for me. Smilie
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the regular is way too heavy to be lugging around so it just sit in my drawers.
eeeeewwwwwwwwwww....TMI EEK!
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#22
not a hot deal....that's average sale price on ebay now....just did a search....now if it was 899.99 or lower then it'd be a hot deal
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#23
Anyone get shipment notification yet?
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#24
$1,199 not $999
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