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Review: Upgrades make Retina MacBook Pro a better bargain

Price when rated: $2199

Pros

  • Reduced screen glare
  • Top-notch performance
  • Slim and lightweight
  • USB 3.0 support
  • HDMI connectivity
  • Stunning Retina display

Cons

  • Users will need to adjust for missing features
  • 1920-by-1200 creates small UI elements
  • Memory and storage not user upgradeable
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Price when rated: $1,699.00

Pros

  • Dazzling Retina display
  • Reduced screen glare USB 3.0 support HDMI connectivity
  • USB 3.0 support HDMI connectivity
  • Drastic price reduction, faster processor over predecessor

Cons

  • Users will need to adjust for missing features
  • Memory and storage not user upgradeable
  • Limited to 8GB of memory
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Where to buy
Price when rated: $2,799.00
Lowest price: $2,629.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace

Pros

  • Reduced screen glare
  • Top-notch performance
  • Slim and lightweight
  • USB 3.0 support
  • HDMI connectivity
  • Stunning Retina display

Cons

  • Users will need to adjust for missing features
  • 1920-by-1200 creates small UI elements
  • Memory and storage not user upgradeable
 Compare

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