I did an exchange with my great niece in all honesty… She had always wanted an iMac and I had always wanted a MacBook Pro – we both had them, so we swapped.
It is very fast, smooth and was made in 2010… It has an Intel i5 dual-core processor with 4GB of DDR3 Ram memory. The screen, which is 13 inches has a resolution of 1400×900 but when plugged into an external monitor can easily obtain the 1920×1080 screen resolutions. It has a built-in nVidia graphics card which has 250MB and Intel’s graphics which let it run an additional 388MB graphics using the Ram Memory share.
The keyboard lights up which makes it a pleasure to type when it is actually dimmer in the room, ideal for these oncoming winter evenings, and the TrackPad is a doddle to use, providing you know the gestures of the Apple TrackPad and memorise them!
It is running the latest version of Apple’s main computer operating system, OS X (currently OS X Yosemite 10.10.1) and it also has Apple’s BootCamp installed which allows me to run Windows from Microsoft – and I have installed my legitimate version of Windows 8.1 Pro.
I wouldn’t be without it now!