A1 are open boxed units which have been returned usually due to being unwanted. The units may have at very worst case have very faint minor /non-permanent blemishes. All units then undergo a full 25-point inspection by our experienced tech team ensuring they are in full working order. Once all relevant checks have been complete the units are then securely repacked ready to be resold. Please note although we can’t guarantee that these units are still in their original boxes with all their original accessories we can confirm that on average 85% of our stock is still in its original packaging.
Grade A1 - As New
Introducing The Apple MacBook Pro - You′ve never seen anything like it. Because there′s never been anything like it.
An ultra-sharp 15.4" high resolution LED display. An all-flash architecture. Powerful Intel Core i7 processor. In a design that’s just 2.4cm thin and 2.06kg. It’s not just the most advanced laptop Apple have ever made, it’s the most advanced Mac they have ever produced.
The Apple MacBook Pro allows you to enjoy HD graphics as they were meant to be. The Mac OS X 10.7 Lion operating system ensures seamless computing and operating speeds and if expansive computing is your thing, you will have no problem multi-tasking on this beast.
The new NVidia GeForce GT 650M (512MB dedicated) graphics processor boosts performance and makes gaming a doddle. That extra power gives you a smoother, more fluid experience than ever before. It’s still highly efficient, too, so you get a longer battery life of up to 7 hours when you’re out and about.
With the Thunderbolt port, you can connect up as many as six devices - including an Apple Thunderbolt Display and Mini DisplayPort peripherals — to create a full-fledged workstation. And with support for video and eight-channel audio, it’s easy to connect HDMI-compatible devices — like your TV and home stereo
When youre not making the most of this laptops graphics capabilities for work, you can utilise the laptop for chatting on the Internet via the webcam or surf your favourite sites via the Wi-Fi connectivity. Is there anything this MacBook can′t do?