Apple just re-opened its online store to reveal a new revised lineup of its MacBook Pro range. You get 4GB RAM as standard across all of the range and varying sizes of screen. The main difference comes with the processor and graphics chipset.
13-inch models stay with the Core2Duo running at either 2.4GHz or 2.66GHz, graphics come in the shape of the NVidia GeForce 320M. There are three 15-inch models, ranging in speeds with Intel Core i5 2.4GHz, i5 2.53GHz and in the top of the range an i7 2.66GHz. This range also get slightly better graphics with and NVidia GeForce 330M with either 256MB or 512MB of dedicated VRAM.
The 17-inch MacBook Pro gets an Intel Core i5 2.53GHz processor as standard with the NVidia GeForce 330M 512MB VRAM GPU. You can upgrade the processor to an i7 2.66GHz for an additional £160.
Apple are also claiming 8-9 hours of battery life on the 15 & 17-inch models, with up to 10 hours on the 13-inch. Some specifications are showing as shipping within 24 hours, with the rest showing at 5 business days.