The MacBook Pro with Retina Display review shows us all the properties and characteristics that this device features. In order to make the best choice when it comes to buying a portable computer, you must make informed decisions that will help you satisfy all your needs.
The MacBook Pro is a line of personal computers created and marketed by Apple Inc since January 2006. The latest model with Retina Display was released in 2013, and it features an all-flash architecture, and the newest Intel processor. This notebook has a thinner profile as its design measures only 13 or 15 inches. It also has a reduced weight, which makes it very easy to be handled.
This MacBook Pro with Retina Display review allows everyone who is interested in this notebook to learn more about the CPU options that it has. It can be ordered with one of the three different features: a 2.4 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5-4258U Haswell processor, a 2.6 GHz Core i5-4288U version or a 2.8 GHz dual-core Intel Core i7-4558U. Furthermore, you can choose between a processor with 3 MB of shared L3 cache, and one with 4 MB of shared L3 cache.
The best part is that all these three options incorporate Intel Iris 5100 Graphics with DDR3L SDRAM, and the notebook’s system comes with certain upgrade options. So, it can be configured from 4 gigabytes to 16 gigabytes. The four million pixels integrated in the display provide the best quality that you will find on these types of devices. Furthermore, the 13 inch model futures a 2560-by-1600 resolution, while the 15 inch one provides a 2880-by-1800 resolution .
The Retina Display provides a great color without producing any type of glare. However, although it incorporates Intel Iris Graphics, it boosts a performance which doesn’t reach its full potential, as it boosts a performance of 90 percent. But, that won’t stop you from achieving your daily tasks, or scroll through big photo albums with simplicity.
If you want a more impressive graphics performance, we recommend you to choose the 15 inch model, because the 13 inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display review shows us that it doesn’t offer the same advantages as the 15 inch version does. Moreover, the 15 inch model mixes the power of Iris Pro Graphics with the new NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M. Adding the fact that it includes 2GB of GDDR5 memory, it has twice the video memory of the former NVIDIA graphics processor.