The HDD era will be over soon, and sooner or later the flash storage will be the default option for computing. And at this early stage, Apple has decided to configure their all new 15-inch MacBook Pro with all flash storage (up to 768GB) and says good bye to the obsolete HDD completely. Why Apple always knows what to do?
In addition to the faster storage solution, Apple also configured their all new MacBook Pro with Retina display, a high resolution display that’s first marketed for the iPhone 4. With Retina Display, the all new MacBook Pro offers 3 million pixels more than an HD television. And using IPS technology, the display also offers wider viewing angle at 178-degree.
Regarding powerhouse, the all new MacBook Pro is powered by the latest Intel Core i7 quad-core processors up to 2.7 GHz with Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.7 GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M discrete graphics, and up to 16GB 1600 MHz RAM. Did I mention battery life? Apple says their new baby offers up to 7 hours of wireless productivity. Other highlights: FaceTime® HD camera, glass Multi-Touch™ trackpad, full-size backlit keyboard, dual microphones, enhanced speakers, 3-stream 802.11n Wi-Fi and a thinner MagSafe® 2 power port. Available now starting at $2,199, the all new MacBook Pro runs OS X Lion but can be upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion for free.