Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 13th Apr 2010 16:55 UTC
Apple "After an unusually long wait, Apple has finally released updated models of its MacBook Pro line of notebooks. The 15" and 17" models offer the latest Core i5 and i7 processors, though the 13" model still uses a Core 2 Duo processor. But new processors aren't the only improvement; Apple has also seen fit to increase the base RAM configuration to 4GB on all models and bump the hard drive and SSD options. And Apple claims battery life has been improved, with some models now going as long as 10 hours without plugging in."
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RE[3]: from apple?
by computeruser on Wed 14th Apr 2010 20:37 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: from apple? "
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I didn't say it wasn't possible, just that nVidia didn't support the feature on Linux.
From the linked page:

To make this as good as Windows we need to seriously re-architect the X server + drivers. is now missing display capabilities that are present in Windows and Mac OS X. Reminds me of how XFree86 was missing dynamic desktop size/resolution/output changing for years after Mac and Windows systems had it.

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