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Does Macbook Pro retina model 13.3" comes with built-in optical drive / DVD drive?

Posted on 2012-12-24
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I've been hearing different responses from vendors & colleagues
so need to clarify:

does the Macbook Pro 13.3" (with retina model) comes with built-in
optical drive (similar to DVDROM drive of Windows laptop) that is
present in the older model (non retina) of Macbook Pro?

I heard Macbook Air doesn't have this but saw a display unit of the
older Macbook Pro which has it.
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I agree, it does not come with an optical writer.

http://www.cnet.com/laptops/apple-macbook-pro-with/4507-3121_7-35440710.html
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