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Latest MacBook Pro Might Be a Game-Changer!

Published: 18/11/2019
By: Brandon

It’s been my sense that a large number of shooters in our community are Mac users and I know that I’ve been brand-loyal to Mac for years. That loyalty though, was tested by frustrations with the MacBook Pro 15” computer that was launched a couple of years ago (I think). It felt like people were having one issue after the other with it.

Well MacBook users, the new MacBook Pro is here and I understand it’s terrific. Here are some key features:

  • 16-inch Retina Display
  • Up to 80% improvement in performance
  • resolution of 3072×1920 for a pixel density of 226 ppi
  • specially-designed ultra-thin keyboard
  • four Thunderbolt 3 USB-C connections and a headphone jack
  • RAM starts at 16GB and can be configured all the way up to 64GB
  • storage starts at 512GB and can be configured all the way up to a staggering 8TB; and
  • AMD Radeon Pro 5000M series graphics with up to 8GB of onboard storage.

To learn more, including seeing a video about it, you can go to the article I read.

So if you're a MacBook user, are you thinking about making the plunge?

One comment on “Latest MacBook Pro Might Be a Game-Changer!”

  1. At my age, I don't think so at an introductory cost of $2,799.00 for the base model. If I was 10 years younger I would since HDR and video processing just eats up the processor speed. Plus it comes with the latest OS which is 64 bit instead of 32 bit thus wiping my computer clean of software that will work with it except for the Adobe PS/LR suite and Final Cut Pro X. But all things being equal and if I had the budget, I would certainly give it a lot of thought if I was just considering the computer and not the cost or ramifications.

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