Published On: Sat, Sep 13th, 2014

Review of the Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch (Coming Your Way mid 2012)

It is expected that by mid 2012, consumers will be able to get their hands on the Apple MacBook Pro. This is a 13-inch gem for tech lovers and this review will attempt to go over its main charms/issues. In terms of pricing you can get it at $1,499 depending on the outlet you are using. website traffic Perhaps it has more than a passing resemblance to the models that were brought out in the spring and fall seasons of 2011.

Apple MacBook

Apple MacBook

Specifications: On the outside the Apple MacBook Pro retains all the iconic laptop designs that we expect from the brand. It is not clear whether this review should consider this to be a minus or plus. However it is clear that they have increased the processing speed and that is a major advantage on the market. For example you can take advantage of new USB peripheral elements thanks to the addition of USB 3.0 ports. In fact this product gives the impression of being a rock solid laptop.

The glowing white logo is not to be missed. The Aluminium unibody chassis is anything but bulky. The HWD dimensions are 0.95 by 12.8 by 8.9 inches. That means that it weighs 4.5 pounds. You get a display resolution of 1280 pixels by 800 pixels. This is sufficient for those users that are interested in watching 720p video files. In this review we are in total admiration of the chiclet-style keyboard. The backlit black-tile keys are stylish enough. A glass surfaced track pad complements the Apple MacBook Pro perfectly. It is indeed one of the best in the industry. They have used very intuitive gesture controls.

Pros: There is every port that you could ever need.

Cons: The Apple MacBook Pro is not sufficiently different from its predecessors.

Editor Rating: Following this review, 4 stars out of 5 are appropriate.

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