With 2014 having finally dawned, we finally can splurge our 2013 savings to buy laptops that are best in class for our budget. With a plethora of choices, I still prefer to trust the good ol’ Apple and this time the Cupertino giant has unveiled the Macbook Pro 2013. Here are the top reasons we believe, why you should buy the Apple Macbook Pro 2013 and stop looking elsewhere!
Add up some much-needed zing to the way you compute! With “more power behind each pixel” this 13-inch prodigy comes laced with amazing Retina Display. Not to forget, it is beefed up with a fourth-gen processor. Apple MacBook Pro 2013 is built to kill with dual core and quad core processors from Intel, which only make us wonder if lightning was faster than the Apple. Add to this a spec called Flash Storage, PCle based topped over Thunderbolt 2 and Apple has indeed redefined what a smart laptop means.
With OS X, everything else we know before the Macbook Pro 2013 can only be branded as passé.… Read the rest
While Microsoft just declared the Surface Pro 2, Apple has already released Apple MacBook Air 2013. While Surface Pro2 runs of Windows 8.1, MacBook Air 2013 runs on Mac OS X. speaking about the screen size and resolution of both the gadgets, while both the Surface Pro 2 is 10.6 inches, the MacBook air 2013 is 11.6 inches.
The MacBook Pro 2013 features Intel 4th gen Corei7 clocked at 2GHz with a RAM of 8GB and hard drive of 256GB, while the other two features Intel Core i5 haswell clocked at 1.47GHz with a RAM of 8GB.
Apple Macbook Pro 13 vs Micorsoft Surface Pro Vs Apple Macbook Air 13 : Battery life
The Apple MacBook Pro and Apple MacBook Air 2013 offer a decent battery life of 12 to 13 hours while the Microsoft Surface Pro 2 offers a decent battery of 8 hours. Microsoft Pro comes with a front and rear camera of 720p while the both the Apple gadgets come with a front camera of 720p. While MacBook Air comes with 256GB SSD internal storage, Microsoft Pro 2 comes with 512 GB internal storage. The competition is very tough and it is the release of both the devices which will determine its success and failure.