"Our folks in Asia are at it again with some pretty startling news. The 17 inch MacBook Pro is going Unibody like the 13 inch and 15 inch models. That, in itself isn't really that big a deal, it was expected really. The news is that Apple is making a super slim battery pack for the 17 inch MacBook Pros that will last much longer than current models. Additionally, you won't be able to remove said battery pack. It will be inside the machine, just like iPods and iPhones. Removal will not be able to be done by most users. Those of us with three year old MacBook Pros can attest that batteries lose performance over time so it isn't quite clear how Apple will deal with this. They may have new technology that can take more charges, or they may offer an in service replacement somewhat like Apple currently offers to replace a motherboard or hard drive. Obviously these new 17 inch displays are expected to be revealed at Macworld 2009 and will also likely be outfitted with Apple's super high gloss screens. Apple has come under fire from graphics professionals for not offering a matte option to their glossy screens Pro models. Additionally, the 13 inch MacBook Plastic is widely expected to be phased out which might bring the price of the Unibody MacBook down closer to the $1000 price point."
Pues como al de 17 no se le pueda cambiar la bateria por metodos normales, me da que se lo van a comer con patatas... un equipo pro capado asi? a este paso te lo cerrarán para no poder cambiar la ram ni el disco duro..