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Teardown: Inside Apple MacBook Pro

Our colleagues at UBM TechInsights did a partial teardown of the new MacBook Pro from Apple. We have the pictures. The disassembled unit appears to be the $2799 configuration of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina screen. TechInsights did a separate teardown of the solid state drive (SSD) in the MacBook Pro, including x-ray images.
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Here's what makes up the solid state drive:

  • Samsung S4LJ204X01 controller (the big chip on the left).
  • Samsung K9UHGY8U7A NAND chips (the four chips on the right).
  • Samsung K4T2G314QF 2Gb DDR2 DRAM cache (between the controller and NAND).

TechInsights has created a separate teardown on the solid state drive in the MacBook Pro, including x-ray images.

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