ZNet’s James Kendrick reports that about one and a half months ago he replaced his aging MacBook with a 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, which has become his primary desktop system.
Kendrick’s rMBP has a 2.6 GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8 GB of memory, and he says its 256 GB solid-state disk has enough free capacity to keep him comfortable for a good while, noting that this configuration is faster than he had thought it would be and handles all tasks with ease. The Retina display is so good there’s no need to connect it to a large external display for desktop substitute service.
He says he’s very pleased with his purchase and how the MacBook Pro has handled desktop duty, workling better than he’d expected and he has no complaints at all – unusual for a gadget. He says there is nothing he wishes it did differently or better, and he considers it worth the money he paid.
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