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Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2.6GHz i7-3720QM 15.4" 2880 x 1800pixels Silver Notebook

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2.6GHz i7-3720QM 15.4" 2880 x 1800pixels Silver Notebook:
This short summary of the Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2.6GHz i7-3720QM 15.4" 2880 x 1800pixels Silver Notebook data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina, 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7, 2.6 GHz, 39.1 cm (15.4"), 2880 x 1800 pixels, 16 GB, 768 GB
Long summary description Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2.6GHz i7-3720QM 15.4" 2880 x 1800pixels Silver Notebook :

Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina. Product type: Notebook, Form factor: Clamshell. Processor family: 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7, Processor model: i7-3720QM, Processor frequency: 2.6 GHz. Display diagonal: 39.1 cm (15.4"), Display resolution: 2880 x 1800 pixels. Internal memory: 16 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 768 GB, Storage media: Flash. On-board graphics adapter, Discrete graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. Colour of product: Silver

This is an auto-generated long summary of Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2.6GHz i7-3720QM 15.4" 2880 x 1800pixels Silver Notebook based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-03-16
Testseek has collected 173 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Pro 15" Retina and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
88%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
The MacBook Pro was once the domain of graphics professionals, video editors and engineers that needed a huge amount of power in a portable package, but when Apple retired the standard MacBook it became the de facto standard for every would-be screenwr...
Bottom line Gorgeous design and an absolutely stunning screen, with an equally breathtaking price...
100%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
While PC manufacturers have been busily updating their ranges with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, Apple has gone a step further. Not content with updating the internals, it has transplanted the same Retina display concept from the iPad to its flagship Mac...
Bottom line The MacBook Pro gains a staggeringly crisp Retina display and quad-core Ivy Bridge CPU. The result is stunning, and expensive...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
won us over with its impressive power, slick form and hi-res screen, but the sting in the tail was always going to be that wallet-shattering price. Enter the new 13in MacBook Pro with Retina Display – it’...
Bottom line What could be the best laptop ever just became truly portable. Expect hi-res-tops galore in 2013...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Stuff magazine Tue, Jun 19 2012, 5:24PM Go on, get your face closer to it. You know you want to. It's the first thing everyone does. Lie cheek down on the keyboard and press your nose to the glass if you like: the answer's still the same. No, you...
Bottom line Apple’s new MacBook Pro is a remarkable laptop. It’ll be remembered for that searing display but there are many more reasons to admire it...
100%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-27
Update: Read the review of the Apple MacBook Pro 13in with Retina display here] While PC manufacturers have been busily updating their ranges with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, Apple has gone a step further. Not content with updating the internals, it...
100%
laptops.reviewed.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
The Macbook Pro with Retina Display proved itself to be a superior machine for a superior price...
Good Brilliant Screen, Extraordinarily Powerful...
Bad Pricey, Too Hot to Handle...
Bottom line The 15-inch Macbook Pro w/ Retina Display is an impressive machine, but it’s not for everyone. The Macbook Pro with Retina Display had the highest performance of any laptop we’ve ever tested thus far. With its i7 quad core processor and 8GB of RAM, its r...
100%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
Bottom line The MacBook Pro gains a staggeringly crisp Retina display and quad-core Ivy Bridge CPU. The result is stunning, and although expensive there is no other laptop out there to match it...
100%
channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
The MacBook Pro gains a staggeringly crisp Retina display and quad-core Ivy Bridge CPU. The result is stunning, and expensiveRating: 5Average: 5 (1 vote) While PC manufacturers have been busily updating their ranges with Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors...
Bottom line Apple has made some bold decisions in redesigning the MacBook Pro: the absent optical drive, the lack of user upgradeability, and, of course, the need for developers to upgrade their software to take advantage of the Retina display.Yet, just as the Mac...
100%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-16
I've never owned a MacBook Pro, nor have I ever used one for an extended period of time (except for this one, of course). I've always been firmly in the PC camp, preferring Microsoft's Windows to Apple's OS. That said, if I was in the market for a new...
Bottom line There's no doubt that Apple's 2012 MacBook Pro is a great piece of kit. Its Retina display and Ivy Bridge CPU are the main attractions, but its keyboard and overall build quality are still among the best in the business and make this laptop a worthy up...
90%
tech.uk.msn.com
Updated:
2013-12-30
A starting price of £1,799 means the new MacBook Pro with Retina display will be out of reach for most people. However, there's no doubt Apple has once again raised the bar for laptop design and set the standard for its rivals to follow.The headline grabb...
90%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple's announcement of a MacBook Pro with a "Retina Display" running at 2,880x1,800 pixels didn't come as much of a surprise. Wired.co.uk has been been using one in-house to see how it performs, and we've learned a great deal so far. Namely that this...
Good Incredible display, Amazing design, Powerful, Great graphics, Innovative operating system...
Bad Many apps need updating to support the Retina Display, Expensive, Only one audio socket...
Bottom line Although the majority of third-party applications on the new MacBook Pro look okay at the time of writing, those that support the Retina Display -- Photoshop, Apple's Aperture, Final Cut Pro etc -- look truly stunning. Those that don't may be upgraded...
90%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple isn’t afraid to stir things up, making people rethink how they use technology. In recent years, most of that kind of innovation has focused on the iPhone, iPad and iOS. But now directs attention back to the Mac.The Retina MacBook Pro is not only...
Bottom line With the Retina MacBook Pro, Apple once again proves it is a company that refuses to sit still and get comfortable. It redefined the ultraportable laptop with the MacBook Air and has now altered the concept of the “pro” laptop. Going lighter and smalle...
90%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple’s latest revision to its MacBook Pro series of computers not only makes everything faster, but also thinner, with a new hardware design that also incorporates the highest resolution screen to ever grace a laptop. Is this Apple’s best laptop yet?...
Good Supports some of the most needed standards, including HDMI, USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt; Performs brilliantly; Fantastic Retina screen; Slim for a machine that doesn't try to be an Ultrabook;...
Bad Older apps look a little pixelated on the new screen; Hardware is soldered and down, forcing future repairs to be handled by Apple; Half-height SD card slot;...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
If you want to know which innovative features will appear in next year’s Windows laptops, look at today’s Macintosh notebook. That’s the trend we’ve noted since the 1990s and this year’s Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display is certainly not going to b...
Bottom line The specifications and benchmark results clearly excel yet they fail to define the precision build, meticulous design and the essential comfort of this pioneering laptop. If the £2399 price alarms, know that the £1799 model carries as much class and on...
90%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
You’ve got to hand it to Apple. Having created the first Ultrabook about three years before Intel even got around to coining the brand, it has now taken another step forward with the new MacBook Pro With Retina Display. The 2880 x 1800 screen is certai...
Bottom line It’s hard not to admire the all-round quality of Apple’s latest release. The Retina display leaves every other laptop display we’ve ever seen trailing in its wake. But just as important is the fact that Apple has managed to significantly reduce the s...
90%
In amongst all the hype surrounding the iPhone and iPad, it’s easy to overlook the fact that Apple’s Macintosh computers—and its MacBook laptops in particular—have also enjoyed booming sales in recent years. In fact, Apple claims to have just taken the nu...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple’s new flagship device shows what’s possible with the company’s laptop range, boasting plenty, and delivering lots, but do you really need all this power, is it as thin as they say it is, and should you be raiding the piggy bank right now? Design...
Good Screen, speed, performance, battery life, design...
Bad Not upgradable, expensive...
Bottom line Apple has developed a machine that's beautifully designed, technologically advanced and expensive enough to be considered only by those who have to have the best of the best. We love it though, and so will you...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple's new MacBook Pro with Retina display takes a new look at the high-end, pro-user notebook. Launched at the Worldwide Developer's Conference 2012 (WWDC 2012) , it breaks with numerous traditions and leaves behind several legacy technologies. Altho...
Good Breathtakingly good screen, Impressive new processors, Updated discrete graphics, Stellar performance, USB 3.0...
Bad Prohibitively expensive, Few customisation options, Upgrades almost impossible, No optical drive, No Ethernet or FireWire 800...
Bottom line Is the MacBook Pro with Retina display the future of Apple laptops? Quite possibly. With solid state storage getting cheaper, the decline of optical drives' significance and the outstanding speed and versatility of Thunderbolt ports, it seems clear that...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
Updated: now with Diablo 3 results , the first game optimised for Retina . Retina MacBook Pro Intro Until now, Apple laptops have been gorgeous and well-built options, but they certainly weren't always at the cutting edge. In fact, you could usually get m...
Good Gorgeous, unrivalled IPS screen, Superb, classleading connectivity, Sleek, attractive design, Relatively slim and light, Powerful, balanced specifications...
Bad Very expensive, Not upgradeable, No Gigabit Ethernet, Nonstandard screen resolution...
Bottom line Quite simply, the MacBook Pro 15 inch with Retina Display's 2,880 x 1,800 IPS ‘Retina' screen is amazing. And now that Apple finally offers USB 3.0 to go along with this laptop's twin Thunderbolt ports, connectivity is also unmatched. Though they're not u...
90%
digitalartsonline.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-24
The next generation of MacBook Pro is a truly astounding feat of product design and engineering. The Retina Display alone is enough to turn heads, but the ultra-thin chassis will draw envious glances from even owners of other MacBook Pros – and despite be...
Good Amazing screen; excellent performance; svelte and lightweigh...
Bad Little app support for screen...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple has excited its fans with the latest addition to its MacBook range - a Retina display. Unveiled at WWDC in mid-June, the Retina display brings the MacBook line up to speed with the iPad and iPhone. We’ve been testing the 15.4in 2.6GHz model out t...
Good Retina display, thin and sleek design, great battery life, speedy performance...
Bad Waiting for Mountain Lion, expensive...
Bottom line The Retina MacBook Pro is a fantastic laptop for anyone who works with video or photos, or just wants a brilliant display to view multimedia content on, though of course it comes with the obligatory high price tag...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
The latest 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro is now fitted with Apple’s Retina Display. The LED backlit display features IPS technology and a 2880x1800, 220 pixels per inch resolution. The MacBook Pro with Retina Display comes in two versions, with a 2.3GHz an...
Good The highlight is the Apple MacBook Pro’s Retina Display. It’s the sharpest screen you’re ever likely to see on any laptop or desktop. To call it the best-looking computer screen you’ll lay eyes on is an understatement. It’s gorgeous. text and images look incredible, without a stray pixel in sight. The only downside is it makes non-Retina Display screens look inferior in comparison. You’ll not loo...
Bad As glorious as the Retina Display is, for now you’ll only see the benefits on Apple’s on board programs and apps tweaked to make the most of the new display, but look at regular web pages apps not designed to work with Apple’s Retina Display, and you’ll see how tatty they begin to look. The Retina Display is so good that others have yet to catch up, making everything else look worse. Retina Displ...
Bottom line The Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display is an amazing laptop that once again sets the benchmark for many laptops to follow. Its performance is exemplary, and the display is a thing of beauty, but the price will for many be difficult to justify. Appl...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-03-16
Apple's mid-2012 MacBook Pro 15-inch model is essntially a refresh of the existing model (along with a 13-inch option) though the 17-inch MacBook Pro was discontinued.The two 15-inch MacBook Pros covered here retain the form factor used in the previous ge...
Good New Ivy Bridge processors, New NVIDIA graphics GPU, Faster onboard memory...
Bad Optical drive is slow, Hard drive only 5400rpm, Heavy for a portable Mac...
80%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2014-05-08
Apple, Pros RAM and Hard Drives are upgradeable; fast processing with i7Cons Inferior speakers; worst battery life of the mid-2012 MacBook ProsRRP $1,689Apple, Pros Gloss, anti-glare display options; RAM and Hard Drives are upgradeable; fast processing...
Bottom line The traditional MacBook Pros hold fast to their unibody form factor and design, upgradability and price and target the mid-market of non-creative professionals that seeks to balance features with affordability. The new MacBook Pros are not flashy like...
80%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2013-09-14
The Macbook Pro with Retina Display is an impressive machine. As advertised, its display boasts about 220 pixels per inch, rendering them invisible to the naked eye from a viewing distance of 20 inches. Although this claim is disputed by some , no one can...
73%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-03-16
The new, was in our US counterpart’s offices Monday afternoon. While they started lab testing it and getting thier review going, they had a chance to poke and prod it for a few hours. Here are some of their quick initial impressions.First off, this di...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2014-08-06
Gaming demo of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display playing Diablo III under both Mac OS and Windows 7. This is the 2.3GHz i7 model with 1GB Nvidia GT650M graphics. Check out our detailed video review of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display at: http://www.y...
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computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
All of Apple's handheld devices, namely the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, have so-called ‘Retina' screens. These are displays that have so many pixels that they are indistinguishable from one another, so onscreen text and images look incredibly smooth a...
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delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-29
In February this year, Apple updated its flagship MacBook Pro line with faster processors and lower prices, including its top of the line model with its famed ‘Retina Display' high resolution screen. But, with the influx of Windows 8-based laptops...
Bottom line There's no doubt that the 15” MacBook Pro with Retina Display isn't the perfect laptop. Now that iPads and MacBook Airs are so popular, it feels a little heavy, it could do with a couple more USB ports, and Apple has removed some features over time, such...
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uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2013-04-14
Last week Apple introduced its new MacBook Pro with Retina, and on Friday you were able to read our hands-on preview . Since then we have finished all the tests of Apple's new laptop, and are now able to share with you our in-depth verdict. If you haven...
Bottom line We are impressed by the MacBook Pro with Retina. It's a very good-looking laptop, equipped with a fast Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, a fast Samsung SSD and an amazing display. It comes with two fast Thunderbolt connectors, two USB 3.0 and and HMDI...
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uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2013-04-14
Earlier this week Apple did what it's best at: taking the world by storm with its innovations. The setting for the announcement this time was the Worldwide Developers Forum. Apple showed off the new MacBook Pro, in addition to existing versions of the "...
Bottom line With the introduction of the MacBook Pro with Retina display Apple has done it again. It released another new product that pushes the boundaries. It's a powerful laptop weighing only 2.02 kg with a quad-core processor and a fast SSD. However, what reall...
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macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
We can't wait to get our hands on the new MacBook Pro with Retina display announced at WWDC on Monday. As soon as we get to try one out we'll publish our findings here, so check back periodically. UPDATE: We’ve had a first look at the new, Retina-disp...
Good Retina display; flash memory; less reflection; battery life...
Bad High price...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-03-16
We give our first impression of the new Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The full review of the MacBook Pro (Retina) will be published soon – watch this space for our full expert verdict. When it comes to the big breakthrough, the clue is definit...
Bottom line Not just nice and light, not just good and thin – Apple's first retina-class Mac is a triumph in portable computing. We'll update this review with benchmarks on battery life and system performance soon; but in just over 24 hours of steady use, we're ev...
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