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More MacBook Core i5, i7 sightings. This time in New Zealand

This is getting a little silly isn’t it? Apple reseller, Tosh Computers updated their MacBook Pro line yesterday with some pretty mouthwatering new computers.

Released in April(?!) 2010, these are somewhat believable specs for new Core i5 and i7 MacBook Pros which top out at 640GB HDDs or 256GB SSDs.  We especially like getting the Express Card slot back in the 15-inch model.  On the fake side, Nvidia can’t sell 9400M chipsets with Core i5 and i7 processors.  Expect discrete Nvidia Optimus or ATI video cards on Intel chipsets similar to 27-inch iMacs. (Thanks commenter)

But alas, this is probably just a publicity stunt.  Anyway head over to New Zealand (updated w/Google cache, their site taken offline

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