RIP, Lapzilla: Apple quietly retires 17" MacBook Pro

RIP, Lapzilla: Apple quietly retires 17" MacBook Pro

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New Apple quietly retired the 17" MacBook Pro from its portable lineup on Monday. The company refreshed the 13" and 15" MacBook Pros with Ivy Bridge processors and unveiled an all-new, extra-thin 15" Retina MacBook Pro. But all reference to the relatively enormous 17" MacBook Pro has been scrubbed from Apple's...
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