For fans Apple Fans The 2012 MacBook Pro reviewed
AnandTech have reviewed the new 2012 Apple Macbook, which sees the introduction of Apple’s switch from AMD to Nvidia – specifically their Keplar range for the 15″ and across the board USB 3.0.
The 13″ model comes in at $1199, with 4GB of DDR3, a 2.5GHZ Core I5-3210M CPU and a 500GB hard drive for storage. Meanwhile, the more expensive model, priced at $1499 comes with a faster 2.9GHZ I5-3520M processor, a much more spacious (although could still be bigger) 750GB hard disk, and a pretty darn good 8GB of DDR3.
The 15″ Macbook Pro on the other hand starts out at $1799, and comes with a rather pretty I73615QM (running at 2.3GHZ), while the graphics have the 512MB Nvidia GeForce GT 650M. Unfortunately, this is couple with a lacking 4GB of RAM and a rather small 500GB, Considering you’re looking at the best part of two thousand for this laptop, I’m unsure that it’ll win awards for storage, either in the RAM or HDD department.
For more info, be sure to check out AnandTech for the full review.