Apple MacBook Pro MF841LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (512 GB)

May 6, 2016 - Comment

2.9GHz dual-core Intel Core i5Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz8GB 1866MHz LPDDR3 memory512GB PCIe-based flash storageIntel Iris Graphics 6100Built-in battery (10 hours)Force Touch trackpad Related

2.9GHz dual-core Intel Core i5
Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz
8GB 1866MHz LPDDR3 memory
512GB PCIe-based flash storage
Intel Iris Graphics 6100
Built-in battery (10 hours)
Force Touch trackpad

Comments

J. Corbett says:

Apple MacBook Pro 15.4 Inch – Base Model Note: This review is from someone who knows very little about computers.Although I truly enjoy PCs and will still continue to keep and use my PC laptop, I felt it was time for a change. It took minutes to load up videos and photos, and I was starting to get very frustrated with the entire process. I hadn’t considered purchasing a Macbook Pro before, because I felt the cost wouldn’t be worth it. I spent over a month researching and reading and watching reviews. I finally took the leap. The following describes features of the Macbook Pro that I find important to an everyday user.External Appearance: I sometimes look at the laptop and get surprised by how thin it is. However, once I lift it up, I am surprised again by how heavy it is. Apple has done an amazing job at creating a laptop that thrives on outward simplicity. The cold aluminum feels strong and almost indestructible. The Magsafe adapter is a great feature to have, especially if you need to…

Ron Cronovich says:

Great high-end laptop, maybe the best Macbook ever (updated 4/4/2015) I’ve used my early 2015 13″ Retina MBP pretty intensively every day. I’m evaluating it relative to my 11″ recent-year fully loaded MB Air and the most recent non-retina MB Pro, which I used for a year at work.Here are my impressions of the 2015 rMBP so far, relative to these other Macbooks:* DisplayThis is the main reason I bought the rMBP and I’m absolutely thrilled with it. It blows away every other Macbook’s display except of course the 15″ retina MB Pro. (The 15″ Pro is too big and heavy for my needs, and is overdue for a refresh.) For years, I’ve been running my MB Airs with an external monitor, a pretty decent 25″ 1080p IPS display, and I was happy with this setup. No more! The external monitor and obviously the MB Air’s display are a major step down from the rMBP’s display. I’m spoiled – it would be really hard for me to go back now that I’m used to the MBP’s gorgeous high-res display.* WeightThe 13″ rMBP weighs…

R. Ta. says:

Read this if you plan to replace a non-retina MacBook Pro Just a background about myself: I owned the early 2008 15″ MacBook Pro, and late 2011 15″ MacBook Pro. I am a former engineer and now a finance manager. I play videogames, used for programming (C++, Matlab, R, SQlL, etc.) and did normal productivity tasks. I also record music with Fender/Gibson guitars.The changes from the 2011 15″ MacBook Pro:Pros- New ports that were not in the 2011 model: HDMI port, extra Thunderbolt video port (now it has two instead of one)- New Radeon graphics card (FINALLY!). I had the chance to test the new Radeon graphics card and it’s really good.- Retina display is actually sharper. I thought that it wouldn’t make any difference, but it DOES on games- The computer is 1 pound (approx. 500g) lighter. This is a huge plus!- Drives are now Solid State Drive. That is awesome. Super fast boot.- (update!) When the computer is working hard, it doesn’t burn my lap anymore (although I do feel some…

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