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Apple 13″ MacBook Pro, Retina Display, 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 Dual Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Space Gray, MPXQ2LL/A (Newest Version)

Apple 13″ MacBook Pro, Retina Display, 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 Dual Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Space Gray, MPXQ2LL/A (Newest Version)

Apple 13

  • 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor with Turbo Boost up to 3.6GHz
  • 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory
  • 128GB SSD storage
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
  • Two Thunderbolt 3 ports

It’s razor thin, feather light, and even faster and more powerful than before. It has the brightest, most colorful Mac notebook display ever. MacBook Pro is built on groundbreaking ideas. And it’s ready for yours.

List Price: $ 1,299.00

Price: $ 1,249.00

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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful

this is my first MacBook Pro and its amazing! I recommend it over the touch bar model …, November 12, 2017

By MS –

This review is from: Apple 13″ MacBook Pro, Retina Display, 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 Dual Core, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Silver, MPXR2LL/A (Newest Version) (Personal Computers)

I upgraded from a mid 2012 MacBook Air 13″, this is my first MacBook Pro and its amazing !I recommend it over the touch bar model due to the fouling facts:1- larger battery compared to Touch Bar model —-> longer battery life2- lower CPU wattage (higher efficiency) i.e —-> longer battery life3- you have physical function bars ALL THE TIME!!4- you get better value for the money you paid !5- nonsuch bar has 1 cooling fan compared to 2 fans in the TB model, ( slightly gets warmer with intensive tasks but negligible).6- I enjoy typing on this 2017 MacBook Pro, don’t worry about the reviews complaining about the key travel!! I used to miss the more travel in the MacBook Air but now I enjoy this more! they also improved the key noise/sound compared to the MacBook Pro 2016 ! so if you have a 2016 model I recommend you to return it if it doesn’t make a hassle for you and exchange it with a 2017 one!7- the processor in the 2017 model is the Intel 7th Generation (Kaybe Lake) it has built in decoding for 4k videos therefore your laptop will run more efficient (longer and cooler)

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157 of 170 people found the following review helpful

Terrible Keyboard, No MagSafe Adapter Makes This a Step Backwards for Macbook Pro, November 7, 2017

By Amazon Customer #99 (Somewhere to your left) –

This review is from: Apple 13″ MacBook Pro, Retina Display, 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 Dual Core, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Silver, MPXU2LL/A (Newest Version) (Personal Computers)

This is roughly my 15th Apple laptop, going back nearly 30 years to a 1991 Powerbook Duo 230 that still runs to this day. I have loved many of them, liked most of them, and been a committed loyalist to the brand for most of my professional life. I bought the latest Macbook Pro 13″ fully spec’d with everything optional you could get, clocking in at over $2000, to replace my still fine 2014 that I gave to a relative.I have nothing but regret. While the processor is fast and the screen is beautiful, two things make this the worst Apple laptop I’ve owned in many years, going back to a dog G3 Blackbird that caught fire.1) It has, bar none, the worst keyboard on any Apple laptop I’ve ever used. It has killed my typing accuracy. The key travel is too shallow by half and the feel is almost bizarrely lacking in feedback. In addition, the trackpad is a big step back from my 2014 in terms of accuracy and smoothness. I hate the keyboard so much. I write for a living and find it close to infuriating. Nothing I do to change settings helps at all. It feels awful. The keyboard on my 2014 MBP was beautiful and I loved it. To save a fraction of an inch in depth Apple has ruined something perfect.2) USB-C is a terrible idea for the power connector. The detachable Magsafe was one of the great inventions of all time in the laptop engineering domain. It has saved my laptops countless times. I own 8 or so MagSafe adapters that are now paperweights. And I am newly afraid of plugging my machine in. What a stupid regression by Apple of a perfectly engineered solution that was beloved by Apple users.So I have never learned to love this laptop, 5 or 6 months in to owning it. If Apple hasn’t made a better keyboard by the next generation I am going to be loathe to buy another one and may make the Windows move at long last. Why, oh why, Apple, would you make something this frustrating to use 6-8 hours a day as a primary work machine?EDITED TO ADD: After several months I can also report awful battery life, far worse than my last several Macbook Pros. I am lucky to get 4 hours of service if wifi is on and screen is mostly bright. My last one was still getting 6 hours at 3 years old. I hate this MBP. It’s a fail.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful

Good computer., August 13, 2018

By Some Random Guy –

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This review is from: Apple 13.4″ MacBook Pro Laptop (Retina, Touch Bar, 2.3GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Storage) Space Gray (MR9Q2LL/A) (2018 Model) (Personal Computers)

Great computer overall. I am a science graduate student that often requires the use of computer.I would recommend buying a 21.5 inch 4k retina iMac though for a college/graduate student, the big screen is nice and gives you more space to work on things instead of a 13 inch display. If portability is an issue and you can only purchase one device for overall use then I would recommend this.– The Touch Bar can be annoying in the beginning (i.e. escape button is now a touch button, you used to be able to adjust screen brightness/volume without looking at the keyboard, now you kind of have to)– Battery life hasn’t really changed compared to the last year’s model– According to benchmark the processor on this computer is faster than the previous year’s.– SSD is really fast.I purchased this through Amazon with one-day shipping, though it arrived late so I bought it at an Apple store and returned it.EDIT: The computer crashes often, anywhere between once a day to 5 times a day. Sometimes the computer completely freezes requiring a hard restart, often Safari stops working, keyboard acting funny, Touch Bar randomly stops working, Finder doesn’t haywire, etc. It does seems like after OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Apple’s Software has gone downhill dramatically (shout out to iOS too since like iOS 7). Full of bugs, and with every new release instead of fixing the old bugs they tried to push more features into the OS.Personally, the last thing I would worry about is some extra fancy features if the basic functions don’t even work.

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