Apple debut Macbook Pro that has retina screen on WWDC 2012. This is the first laptop comes with 15 inch screen that has a resolution of 2880*1800 and it has a ultimate thin body and brand new module. This is an ideally machine from its appearance and hardware. Yet the price is too darn high! The starting price reaches to $2,199. Do we really need that high resolution right now?
Retina Macbook Pro reduces the thickness, and I have to say that MBP utilizes the ultrathin and cutting-edge energy saving tech. You will find out the tapered system that is way like the Macbook air.
Ports you will have on the left side are: Magsafe 2, 2X Thunderbolt, USB 3.0 and earphone jack. On right part, you get SDXC, HDMI and another USB 3.0 port. The retina Macbook pro has removed Ethernet port, optical drive, firewire and IR.
As always, keyboard on retina MBP uses keyboard backlighting tech and it should have 16 different classes. Multi-touch pad? Guess I don’t need to explain that any more, best in the world.
Retina MBP sets two accurate mic on left speaker which will reduce noise and optimize the quality of sound which will offer a better experience while chatting on Facetime.
The highlight on MBP is Retina Display. News from the CNET said that:” The 2,880×1,800-pixel, 15.4-inch display sports 220 pixels per inch or 5,184,000 pixels, the highest-resolution notebook display according to Apple. It exceeds the iPad’s pixel count in a 16:10 aspect ratio. The screen also sports higher contrast ratios, IPS technology, and 75 percent less glare, even though it’s a glossy screen.”
The new Retina Display MacBook Pro comes in two configuration flavors: $2,199, and $2,799. The $2,199 version has a 2.3GHz quad-core Core i7 processor (Turbo Boosted up to 3.3GHz), 8GB of 1,600MHz RAM, 256GB of flash storage, and Nvidia GeForce GT 650M graphics (1GB DDR5 memory). The $2,799 version enhances the processor up to 2.6GHz and increases flash storage to 512GB. If you’re getting the $2,199 version, the only upgrade option on Apple’s store page is 16GB of RAM for $200. The $2,799 version can be upgraded to a slightly faster 2.7GHz quad-core Core i7 processor (an extra $250), 16GB of RAM ($200), and 768GB of flash storage instead of 512GB ($500).
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