According to the rumors presented so far, Apple has presented tonight MacBook Pro Retina Display 13 inch, the easiest MacBook Pro product made by Apple. The laptop has a 13 inch Retina display with 2560 x 1600 resolution, is 20% thinner than its predecessor, has FaceTime HD camera, two microphones, USB 3.0, MagSafe 2, Thunderbolt port, but is thinner and lighter than MacBook Pro Retina Display 15-inch. Inside the new Mac we will find an Intel i5 or i7 with minimum frequency of 2.5 GHz, Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics, up to 8GB RAM, flash storage from 128 GB, to 8 GB RAM, and a range of up at 7 hours of autonomy.
A groundbreaking Retina display. All-flash architecture. The fastest mobile processors. Remarkably thin and light 13‑inch and 15‑inch designs. Together, these features take the notebook to a place it’s never been. And they’ll do the same for everything you create with it. We wanted a screen as vivid as your imagination. A screen where everything you see is vibrant, detailed, and sharp.
The new Retina Display of the Mac is assembled using a special process, so it reduces up to 75% clear effect, but improves the quality of images displayed. He has a 29% better contrast than a mac screen normally has, a viewing angle of 178 degrees, so the improvements are obvious. On the performance part, its processor and RAM can be helped by the system flash storage that makes it much faster.
The Retina display reduces glare up to 75 percent while maintaining incredible color and quality. In fact, it has a 29 percent higher contrast ratio than a standard MacBook Pro display. Blacks are blacker. Whites are whiter. And everything in between is rich and vibrant. IPS technology gives you a wide, 178-degree view of everything on the screen, so you’ll see the difference at practically any angle.
Finally, we can say that the new Mac has an upgraded its audio system, having a 40% lower volume, but offering much better sound quality than previous models. The new MacBook Pro Retina Display can be ordered today from Apple website.
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