Macbook Pro

The MacBook Pro’s launch in January 2006 was proof that Apple’s innovating in the laptop game was not to be messed with a new space with high-end parts and aluminum bodies.

The Pro’s design largely took cues from PowerBook G4 but included Intel Core Duo processors rather than PowerPC chips, a move that opened up a lot more potential for Apple’s machine and showed the “Wintel” alliance wasn’t going to last.

The MacBook Pro paved the way for the MacBook Air a few years later, and the Pro still retails today as one of the classiest laptops around.

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