MacBook Pro

Apple has continued to provide very thin notebooks with higher speeds and storage capacity over time. Their most recent release is the MacBook Pro. The graphics of the Apple is high compared to similar product in the market. Apple has continued to produce quality notebooks. They have a longer battery life, and processor speed.

Configurations

An entry level MacBook Pro has good specifications. It has a 2.6 GHz processor, 8 gigabytes of RAM, 128 GB of PCle-based flash storage and Intel iris integrated graphics. Doubling the RAM has made this to be the best boost over previous generations. The processor has also been upgraded to dual-core Intel Core i5. The price has however been maintained.

As part of Apple’s refresh of the 13 inch models, you can pay another $200 to get 2.6 GHz, Core i5 with exactly the same RAM, the flash storage is double, 256GB.

If you are looking for more horsepower than the 13 inch model, you should consider the 15 inch MacBook Pro, which have also undergone some updates and upgrades. The most notable being the Intel Haswell Processor. The notebooks start with a RAM of 16GB. Users can upgrade to the larger form factor if they wish to ass NVidia graphics card.

Design


The body is the same as the one designed in 2012 but it’s slightly thinner. Its only 0.71 inch thick. The weight of the 2014 MacBook Pro is 3.46 pound. The display resolution of the notebook is 2560 by 1600 pixels, this means it has a resolution density of 227 pixels per inch.

The ports of the 2014 MacBook Pro has not been changed. The left side is where the MaDafe 2 charging port, a USB 3.0 port, Thunderbolt 2 inputs, two microphone holes and 3.5 millimeter headphone jack. The right side has a full size SD card slot, an HDMI out and another USB 3.0 port. The design hasn’t changed, and it’s still great.

Performance

There has been increased performance over the 2013 model. The processor is 0.2 GHz faster than the 2013 MacBook Pro. The battery also lasts longer. The graphics were the same compared to the previous model. The MacBook Pro can get you through the entire day as advertised. With nine hours.

Conclusion

With better performance, positives unchanged and value than last year’s excellent model, the MacBook Pro is recommended. The RAM is pretty the standard, and Apple made sure they attain it.

If you already have the 2013 model, with retina display, there is no need to make an upgrade. The processor of the new model is faster, but you won’t notice it. With the battery life and performance boost, this is the best notebook to have.

The company offers upgrades, don’t worry if the MacBook doesn’t have all the specifications you want. The RAM and the storage can be upgraded to suit your preference.