Get Creative with a MacBook Pro or MacBook Air
Apple has been a company that not only leads, but sets the bar in the products they make. Often imitated but never duplicated, that fact has never been more evident than with their line of laptops – the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air. Beyond an impressive list of specifications, these Apple laptops bring usability and smart design to the next level, taking into consideration the many ways people use the Mac Book Pro and Mac Book Air, and how to make it better. And even though both of these Macs are fully functional laptops, they are distinctly different. Read on to learn more about what the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air can do.
Originally introduced in early 2008, the MacBook Air was touted as the world’s thinnest laptop. In removing the optical drive and replacing the standard hard drive with a non-moving solid state drive (SSD), Apple was able to shave inches off the girth of a typical laptop, while ensuring outstanding performance. Others have since tried to emulate and in some cases surpass its thinness, but the MacBook Air is often still thought of as the world’s thinnest laptop. And with 11- and 13-inch models available, they’re compact, too. Who typically uses the Mac Book Air? Anyone who needs a powerful, truly-portable device, and understands that smart design is not just about how something looks, but how it’s used, too.
The MacBook Pro – Apple’s most popular laptop – is a true workhorse. Packing as much power as a typical desktop computer, the Mac Pro houses top tier specs and components that can handle almost any task you throw at it. But the MacBook Pro isn’t just about having a fully-loaded machine; it’s about understanding how you use that machine and how it lets you work in a more intuitive, efficient way. Equally at home in a lecture hall, lab, or studio, the ubiquitous Apple laptop comes fully equipped with the tools you need to be productive, creative, and entertained. And with 13-, 15-, and 17-inch models, there’s a Mac Book Pro that suits anyone’s needs.
13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display
The redesigned 13.3-inch MacBook Pro has an amazing Retina display with over 4 million pixels. Get ready to be blown away with a pixel density so high, the human eye can’t distinguish individual pixels from a normal viewing distance. Add to that its advanced all-flash architecture and the latest Intel dual-core processors and graphics, and this little dynamo puts the speed in super-speedy. Incredibly compact and light, it measures just 0.75 inches thin and weighs just over 3 pounds.