Apple's 2009 notebooks comprise its "most affordable lineup ever."
-13–inch MacBook Pro comes with aluminum unibody, 2.26 GHz C2D, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD and SD card for $1,199. Upgradeable to 2.54GHz C2D, 4 GB RAM, and 250GB for $1,499.
-15-inch MacBook Pro configurable with 2.53 GHz C2D, 250 GB HDD, and Nvidia GeForce 9400M GPU for $1,699; a 2.66 GHz with 320 GB HDD and Dual 9400M/9600M GT Nvidia GPUs for $1,999, or 2.8 GHz, 500 GB HDD and dual GPUs for $2,299. The 15-inch line comes with 4 GB RAM across the board and dropped $300 in price.
-17-inch MacBook Pro dropped to $300, and offers most of 15-inch model specs, but it’s only of the new MacBook Pros to retain the ExpressCard slot.
All new MacBook Pros can be upgraded to 8 GB RAM, and either a 500 GB HDD or 256 GB SSD; and the 15” and 17” models can be upgraded to 3.06 GHz C2D.