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It doesn't matter where you are in Atlanta Georgia, we will come directy to your site. On January 6, 2009 the A1297 Apple MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.95 Giga Hertz 17 inch display screen Unibody laptop was Apple's continuation of further development of compact smaller laptops in 2009. There is a list below of all 12 Macbook Pro laptops created in 2009. The first Macbook Pro A1297 has a a miniaturized compact sleek design with 2 independent processor cores on a single chip. Introduced on March 3, 2009, and Discontinued on June 8, 2009, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.66 GHz Core Duo T9550 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2255, Order number is MC026LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Late 2008 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,1. Introduced on March 3, 2009, and Discontinued on June 8, 2009, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.93 GHz Core Duo T9800 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2255, Order number not available and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Late 2008 to Early 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,1. Introduced on June 8, 2009, and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.53 GHz Core Duo P8700 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 256 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2324, Order number MC118LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2009 to Early 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,4. Introduced on June 8, 2009, and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.66 GHz Core Duo P8800 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM or a 250 GB hard drive and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 256 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2325, Order number MB985LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,3. Introduced on June 8, 2009, and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.8 GHz Core Duo T9600 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2325, Order number MB986LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,3. Introduced on June 8, 2009, and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 3.06 GHz Core Duo T9900 Processor, 15 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1286 EMC 2325, Order number not available and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,3. Introduced on June 8, 2009 and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.26 GHz Core 2 Duo P7550 Processor, 13 inch LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 160 GB at 5400 RPM or a 320 GB hard drive and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 2 GB of Ram and 256 MB VRAM. The Model A1261 EMC 2326, Order number MB990LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Early Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,5. Introduced on June 8, 2009 and Discontinued on April 13, 2010, The Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.53 GHz Core 2 Duo P8700 Processor, 13 inch LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 250 GB at 5400 RPM or a 320 GB hard drive and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 256 MB VRAM. The Model A1278 EMC 2326, Order number MB991LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Early Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,5. Introduced on June 8, 2009 and was discontinued on April 13, 2010. The Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz Core 2 Duo T9600 processor has a 17 inch LCD display screen. The model A1297 has an internal hard drive storage capacity of 500 GB at 5400 RPM and an optical drive 8X DL superdrive. This Macbook Pro secondary ram memory capacity is 4 GB and 512 MB VRAM or virtual random access memory. The Model A1297 has an EMC 2329, order number MC226LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2012 with an identifier of MacBookPro9,2. Introduced on June 8, 2009 and was discontinued on April 13, 2010. The Macbook Pro Core 2 Duo 3.06 GHz Core 2 Duo T9900 processor has a 17 inch LCD display screen. The model A1297 has an internal hard drive storage capacity of 500 GB at 5400 RPM and an optical drive 8X DL superdrive. This Macbook Pro secondary ram memory capacity is 4 GB and 512 MB VRAM or virtual random access memory. The Model A1297 has an EMC 2329, order number not available and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Mid 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,2. Introduced on January 6, 2009, and Discontinued on June 8, 2009, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.66 GHz Core Duo T9550 Processor, 17 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM or a 320 GB hard drive and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1297 EMC 2272, Order number MB604LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Early 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,2. Introduced on January 6, 2009, and Discontinued on June 8, 2009, The Macbook Pro Core Duo 2.93 GHz Core Duo T9800 Processor, 17 inch Unibody LCD display screen, and internal hard drive storage capacity of 320 GB at 5400 RPM or a 320 GB hard drive and an Optical drive 8X DL SuperDrive. Secondary storage of 4 GB of Ram and 512 MB VRAM. The Model A1297 EMC 2272, Order number MB604LL/A and belongs to the Macbook Pro family Early 2009 with an identifier of MacBookPro5,2.

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