Retina Display The 13.3″ display of this MacBook Pro features over 5 million pixels. The pixel density is so high your eyes won’t be able to discern individual pixels. Now with a 2560 x 1600 native resolution, you can see more of your high-resolution images onscreen with pixel-for-pixel accuracy. The Retina display also reduces glare while maintaining incredible color and quality. In fact, it has a 29 percent higher contrast ratio than a standard MacBook Pro display. IPS technology gives you a wide, 178-degree view of everything on the screen, so you’ll see the difference at practically any angle. Dual-Core 4th-Gen Haswell Intel Core i5 Performance The Intel Core i5 processor provides fast performance. Intel Hyper-Threading technology allows two threads to run simultaneously on each core. The dual cores can run at a stock speed of 2.7 GHz. The processor can be overclocked up to 3.1 GHz, thanks to Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 technology. With 8GB of onboard 1866 MHz LPDDR3 RAM memory, this MacBook Pro can run professional applications like Aperture and Final Cut Pro with ease. All Flash Storage This MacBook Pro feels incredibly fluid and responsive. It’s all thanks to its PCIe-based flash storage, which gives you up to 60 percent faster read and write performance than its predecessor. When you use apps like Final Cut Pro or Aperture, you can perform even the most demanding tasks right from your internal storage. Flash doesn’t have any moving parts, which makes it reliable and quiet. And flash storage is extremely energy efficient, which means your MacBook Pro also has the ability to stay in standby mode for up to a month without having to be plugged in. Thunderbolt 2 The new MacBook Pro features the next-gen Thunderbolt 2. It delivers twice the throughput, providing up to 20 Gbps of bandwidth to each external device. So you’re more than ready for the next generation of high-performance peripherals and displays. You can connect massive amounts of storage and addApple MacBook Pro MF839LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (128 GB) NEWEST VERSION

2 thoughts on “Apple MF839LL/A MacBook Pro 13.3-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (128 GB)

  1. 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…

  2. 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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