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  1. Troy
    April 27th, 2012 at 12:58 | #1

    you’re really over-thinking this : )

    As for internal storage, 256GB is more than enough. You’re not going to fill that up with apps, documents, and projects.

    Media, sure, but all your media doesn’t have to be on SSD.

    512GB SSD is $600 at newegg!

    Apple’s really dropping the ball with thunderbolt. They should have at least some sort of external SATA docking solution for it, so you can attach 3.5″ hard disks at least.

    http://www.maclife.com/article/reviews/seagate_goflex_thunderbolt_adapter_review

    “We copied the same 1.13GB folder to a 7200-rpm FreeAgent GoFlex drive using the Thunderbolt adapter on a MacBook Air, and then again using USB 2.0. The USB transfer took 45 seconds while the Thunderbolt adapter finished the same task in 17 seconds.”

    Thunderbolt looks to be too much hassle for such a small payoff. I’m never slinging gigabytes around where I have to wait for the copy to finish. It looks like that review is using a 2.5″ laptop drive and not the 3.5″ option for GoFlex system drives (I’d prefer 3.5″ for home use). GoFlex is just too much added expense for me to justify anyway.

    Ivy Bridge should have USB 3 native finally so the MBP’s ports should be that.

    A USB 3.0 SATA dock would be the best thing, but thus far I don’t see anything available at newegg that’s bulletproof.

    LaCie (there’s an old name) has a nice drive:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822154543

    with apparently 80 MB/s transfer, which would be faster than the above 1.13GB thunderbolt copy (66MB/s).

    So going with a USB 3 solution for your external storage would be best. Works GREAT for time machine I might add, I have 3 time machine backup disks that I use with my USB 2.0 dock (it’s also an eSATA dock but my MBP’s eSATA ExpressCard adapters never could work right )

    Ah, here’s another shoot out of USB 3 vs Thunderbolt:

    “While the desktop Thunderbolt solution is certainly faster, near twice as much, as the FireWire 800 interface, it offers no performance benefits over USB 3.0 or eSATA when used with hard drives. ”

    http://www.storagereview.com/seagate_goflex_desk_thunderbolt_adapter_review

    So pray for USB 3 I guess.

    I’m looking forward to a high-density “retina” display. Been waiting for that for *ever*.

  2. Luis
    April 27th, 2012 at 14:09 | #2

    As for internal storage, 256GB is more than enough. You’re not going to fill that up with apps, documents, and projects. Media, sure, but all your media doesn’t have to be on SSD.
    Depends on what you use it for. I use mine for multiple purposes at my school, including downloading and editing large amounts of HD video, using large stores of images in creating projects using the Adobe suite (great school discounts!), using different versions of operating systems in emulation (e.g. XP and Win 7 using Parallels, maybe Win 8 from now, each using up to about 10-15 GB), as well as for personal use to store all my music and as many images from my Canon and iPhone as I can keep. I am constantly getting a full disk at 250 GB, and would not be surprised if I could easily fill up 512 GB as well. I need as much as I can get.

    As this machine constantly goes back and forth between home, office, and various classrooms, keeping too many files on an external HDD is a huge pain in the ass. I should know, I have several external TB HDDs out of necessity.

    Nor do I think this is too unusual for many people that need the Pro model, ergo the “Pro”moniker. Some people need that capacity and power in a portable unit.

    512GB SSD is $600 at newegg!
    Yeah. But too bad Apple isn’t Newegg…

    I really am hoping that Apple will come up with a solution that allows for best capacity, and a large SSD would be great. Like I mentioned, they bought Anobit recently and use what seems like the lion’s share of flash memory in the world, so one would think that can keep SSD costs down to a minimum. But despite what Newegg may offer, Apple ain’t doing that, not yet. Look at the current Macbook Pro, where they charge $1200 for a 512 GB SSD!

    Thunderbolt looks to be too much hassle for such a small payoff. I’m never slinging gigabytes around where I have to wait for the copy to finish.
    I am. Quite often.

    I’m looking forward to a high-density “retina” display. Been waiting for that for *ever*.
    Yep. Another reason I waited. I’ll be bummed if they don’t have it, as I kind of have to get what comes out next–I can’t wait for the subsequent refresh, not with the machine I have right now.

  3. Troy
    April 27th, 2012 at 15:23 | #3

    It’s also why I did not replace my seriously aging MBP, long without an optical drive anyway (it broke a year and a half ago)

    Maybe a dual internal set-up — 320GB HDD and 256GB SDD — would work for you. You can do that with the current MBPs:

    http://eshop.macsales.com/item/OWC/DDAMBS0GB/

    But it’s pretty crazy that you can sell 3 shares of AAPL and get a new MBP . . .

    I have a late 2008 MBP now 3.5 years old and it’s aged much better than my previous laptop, a mid-2002 PBG4. That one was a total pile of crap by year 4 — borked hinges, peeling paint . . . obsoleted CPU ISA . . .

    But this one is still indistinguishable from brand-new MBPs, LOL.

    Speed-wise, I have no complaints. I guess the new MBPs are much faster but with the 2.8GHz x64 C2D don’t have a problem with slow apps. I’m using Mountain Lion on it now and it’s great, and Snow Leopard and Lion made the machine faster too it seemed.

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