Back to school savings make it a great time to buy a new laptop. The Webdoc reviews the popular MacBook Pro.
Peter Martin, the Webdoc here, your technology correspondent. Back to school specials are a great time to save big on electronics. Companies like Apple are known for offering substantial discounts for student purchases. Apple is currently running a special where you can get a $100 Apple Store gift card when you buy a mac for college.
The MacBook Pro has been a longstanding industry leader among popular laptops. One of its notable features is the retina display featuring over 4 million pixels in the 13-inch model and over 5 million in the 15-inch model. This laptop also includes powerful fourth-generation Intel Core processors, high-performance graphics and up to 9 hours of battery life. From browsing a website to building a new one, streaming video or editing, MacBook Pro flies through everyday and complex tasks with incredible power and speed.
Apple products are well-known for their sleek, stylish design and the MacBook Pro is no different packing a lot of power into not a lot of space. These notebooks are the thinnest, lightest and highest-performance MacBook Pro models ever made. Thereâ??s innovation in every nanometer.
MacBook Proâ??s suite of standard apps give you a chance to do everything: surfing the web, sending emails, reading books, apps for creativity, apps for productivity, your MacBook Pro comes fully loaded. The Mac App Store offers thousands of apps to browse and purchase on your Mac. New apps install in one step right to Launchpad and are automatically updated to the latest versions. Programs like iMovie, iPhoto,GarageBand, Pages, Keynote and more come standard facilitating your creative ideas.
The MacBook Pro with retina display starts at $1299. With back to school savings, there has never been a better time to invest in this small but powerful laptop.
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