Linked by Eddyspeeder on Tue 6th Oct 2009 22:01 UTC
Apple Late June 2009 I bought a 13" MacBook Pro (2.26 GHz, 4 GB RAM). I suppose that after just three months, the blinding "first joys" over getting a laptop have worn off. By now, I deem my thoughts about this device to be realistic and of an appropriate level. The past few weeks I attained mastery over the Mac OS through personal discovery, accompanied by a very insightful book; I bought additional software and hacked the Dock to suit my preferences.
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Its ok with me too
by Machster on Wed 7th Oct 2009 19:21 UTC
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I just bought a MBP 13" last month. This happened to coincide with the death of my PMac G5 motherboard, (which btw is happening to many others at this time). I like the thing but there is one problem. Despite Apple's published technical specs that claim it will drive a monitor at 2560x1600, it will not drive my 22" vga monitor any higher than 1600x1200 @65hz. Even Nvidia states that the built in card supports vga up to 2048x1536.

So I called Apple support. The first person I talked to insisted that I upgrade the software on my analog monitor. Seeing I wasn't getting anywhere they gave someone at the 2nd level support. After explaining the situation to this individual several times he told me he would check with the engineers and call me back.

I am still waiting...

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