|Screen Size||15.4 inches|
|Processor||Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||512 GB|
Apple 15.4" MacBook Pro (with Retina display) quad-core Intel Core i7 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB flash storage, Intel HD Graphics 4000, Mac OS X Lion
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- Processor: Intel Core i7 Quad-Core 2.60 GHz
- RAM: 16 GB DDR3 SDRAM
- Hard Drive: 512 GB flash storage
- Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 4000; NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M with 1GB of GDDR5 memory; 15.4-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2880-by-1800 resolution at 220 pixels per inch with support for millions of colors
- Operating System: Mac OS X Lion
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This Apple computer has been upgraded over the base Apple model by Apple in their factory. As a result, it comes with the standard Apple computer warranty. The base Apple computer model of this is an upgraded model was built upon was MC976LL/A.
The Apple upgrade specific to this model is: RAM upgraded from 8 GB to 16GB
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o SSD drive for quick boot. Its so fast its amazing.
o retina display is the best screen I have ever had.
o Lots of memory and cpu power. It runs so fast, its worth the price.
o Size is wonderful. Its light and thin.
Bottom line, its pricey but worth it. I would recommend it to someone who wants to try apple laptops.
I've owned and used representative Macs of every generation from the beginning, and Apple IIe's, II GSs etc before that. The family has always had several Macs around the house any given time plus a couple off at college. I'm somewhat of an digital intelligence / awareness augmentation enthusiast and I publish virtual tourism products that must be widely compatible, so I own, like and use PC's alongside Macs, daily. Don't care!
Yes I own one: Because I was really good this year, I bought myself a 15" Retina Display, 16 gig, 512 ssd for Christmas from Amazon, and received the stellar "prime" service I am accustomed to.
I love the machine. The build quality, performance and display are remarkable. It replaced a much, much beloved 17" MacBookPro lost in a fire, so my satisfaction bar was set pretty high. I am delighted with the 15". If/when there is a 17" Retina Display model, I'll get one, but for me, now, the 15" Retina is it, an extreme value, considering the price point has not really changed on the highest end MacBookPros in a long time. I think I paid more for the loaded 17" a couple of years ago. This model is satisfying me in the same ways. Per normal with replacement Macs, it is now the fastest computer I own, besting the MacPro I'm using to write this and the display really is stunning.
The never ending, Apple led, Bus, Port and interface changes don't bother me, I'm numb. Heck, I still have SSCI stuff somewhere. For me, managing my local peripheral architecture changes and transitions is way better than being stuck with with the slow, buggy, large old stuff. What does kinda disappoint me is the locked down, non-upgradable nature of the beast. I used to delight in getting the fastest processor, but otherwise baseline versions of my Macs or PCs, and upgrading them. A nit really, because mine is outrageously equipped for a comparative song, and my needs are not likely to outgrow its capabilities any time soon. Wants, are another matter, but even there, the 15" Retina MacbookPro is is confirmed as my first choice amongst laptops that I might use to augment me.
Bottom line: Extreme value for my money, in that I got phenomenal computing power and advanced display technology packaged as a fine work of industrial art.
Update 1/9/13: I have the Samsung built display and it remains impressive. I'd buy this jewel again.
Item model number Z0ML-15-2.6-16-512RT = 2.6ghz
Item model number Z0ML-15-2.7-16-512RT = 2.7ghz
Otherwise it's a five star product. Best laptop (and mac) ever made!
*** Update 11-24-12 ****
Item title/listing has been corrected!
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