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Macbook Pro MLW72LL/A 15-Inch Laptop With Touch Bar, 2.6Ghz Quad-Core Intel Core I7, 256GB, Retina Display, Silver
The new MacBook Pro is faster and more powerful than before, yet remarkably thinner and lighter.1 It has the brightest, most colorful Mac notebook display ever. And it introduces the revolutionary Touch Bar a Multi-Touch enabled strip of glass built into the keyboard for instant access to what you want to do, when you want to do it. The new ...
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Macbook Pro MLW72LL/A 15-Inch Laptop With Touch Bar, 2.6Ghz Quad-Core Intel Core I7, 256GB, Retina Display, Silver

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Screen Size
15.4 inches
Screen Resolution
2880 x 1800
Max Screen Resolution
2880800 pixels
2.6 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory Speed
2133 MHz
Hard Drive
256 GB Solid State Drive
Graphics Coprocessor
Intel HD Graphics 530
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Wireless Type
802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Average Battery Life (in Hours)
10 hours
MacBook Pro
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Operating System
Mac OS SierrA
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Processor Count
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Flash Memory Size
Battery Type
Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
1 Lithium Polymer batteries required.

The new MacBook Pro is faster and more powerful than before, yet remarkably thinner and lighter.1 It has the brightest, most colorful Mac notebook display ever. And it introduces the revolutionary Touch Bar a Multi-Touch enabled strip of glass built into the keyboard for instant access to what you want to do, when you want to do it. The new MacBook Pro is built on groundbreaking ideas. And it 's ready for yours.

  • 2.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i7
  • Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz
  • Four Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports
  • Intel HD Graphics 530
  • Mac OS Sierra
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Its like a universal fact if you like using mac and
by Valued Customer on April 27, 2018
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I dont think this even needs a review. Its like a universal fact if you like using mac and its OS.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on April 23, 2018
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Awesome computer and a great savings

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great performance. The limited hard drive space is the
by Valued Customer on August 12, 2017
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Boots fast, crisp display, great performance. The limited hard drive space is the one limitation of this product offering, but I knew that going in.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 05, 2017
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great deal

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on May 31, 2017
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Great computer. This is my first Apple product and I am still learning to use it. Am very satisfied

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Best MBP yet!
by Valued Customer on May 12, 2017
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Great keyboard, fantastic display, fastest yet, and I really love the new Touch Bar.

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Great, but very disappointing
by Valued Customer on April 21, 2017
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This computer is really slick and cool, but with several highly annoying flaws - at least on the 15"" model. I believe that most of the 5-star reviews are for models smaller than 15"", or come from people who don't do a lot of typing, because with the 15"" model the trackpad is so huge that it is constantly registering unwanted clicks when any portion of my palm or thumb fatigues (from being held above the trackpad) and even brushes up against it. This will warp my cursor to wherever the mouse happens to be, and typing continues from there. Why don't they just reject clicks that happen within a fraction of a second of.a key being pressed. I know I can disable touches-as-clicks, but why should I have to? Especially when a simple software fix is available. And I also know I can firmly rest my palms on the trackpad, but then it's hard to press the spacebar and it's a very unnatural position for my hand. So if you plan to do much of typing, I strongly suggest you consider a smaller version than the 15"" model.And while it will be nice to be able to replace charging cables since the cable and the charger are now separate, that comes at the cost of no longer having MagSafe! And if you need a second charger for the 15"" version and like the extension cord included with the charger for every MacBook in memory, you will pay over $100 for it. That's because, in truly un-Apple form, Apple seems to be taking then path of charging more for less. They have decided to sell the charger without the extension cord, without MagSafe, without a charging indicator LED, and even without the USB-C cable needed to connect it to the computer. Now you have to fork over $20 for each of the two cords. I have no problem with them unbundling the cords, but then they should charge less. And without the charging indicator LED, you now have to open the laptop to see if charging is complete, or to even see if it is charging at all..I would normally now spend a considerable amount of time extolling the virtues of this laptop, because it has many. But you've seen them in every other review. Plus, I don't feel like it. I'm just too disappointed in Apple these days. Over and over I am seeing them take huge steps backward and charge more for it.

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I was extremely skeptical. But Apple did it again.
by Valued Customer on April 20, 2017
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�When Apple released the new MacBook Pro I was extremely disappointed. Sure, the weight and the size of the laptop are incredible. But there were two things I was very unhappy about:1) The Touch Bar. Sure, it looks cool. But it seemed like a useless toy feature to me, a downgrade even from the function keys. I am a power user and the most important metric for me is productivity. Fixed keys have the advantage of, well, being fixed: you build muscle memory and can blindly adapt the brightness of the screen or change the volume. The idea that the function keys would now change with every single application, and that such frequent tasks as adapting the brightness would now take more effort than before, seemed like a nightmare to me.2) The new keyboard. For a researcher and programmer, the keyboard is probably the most important part of a laptop. It is essential for productivity. While I'm quite happy to sacrifice ports to get a laptop that's even lighter and thinner, I am unwilling to compromise when it comes to the keyboard. The new ""butterfly mechanism"" keyboard seemed very much like a compromise to me, to allow for an even thinner laptop. The keys have virtually no travel. I had tried it on several occasions in the Apple Store on the MacBook and was not impressed, to put it politely.Steve Jobs is dead, I said to myself. He was not a man of compromises. He would have never sacrificed an amazing keyboard, the interface between human and machine, for some extra millimeters in thinness and a flashy new toy bar. And let's face it: Apple makes their money with iPhones nowadays. MacBooks have become a niche product for Apple, they are inessential to their business.While the latter may be true, my judgement of the MacBook Pro was completely wrong. This is hands down the best laptop I have ever owned! Sure, the price is somewhat insane (I got a special deal and still payed $2120 for the 13'' version with 16 GB RAM and 512 GB storage). But if you are a power user like me and this is your work machine than the price is not an issue, provided the machine is really worth it. This laptop is worth every penny!My worries with regards to the Touch Bar turned out to be unfounded. Adjusting brightness or volume has in fact become even easier than before: the respective symbols are by default always present (no matter the application) and always in the same position, and to adjust them one simply touches the respective symbol and then slides right or left (like one would on a smartphone or tablet). While the slider appears in the middle of the touch bar (quite some distance away from the brightness and volume symbols), it works just fine to slide right on the respective symbol and it is not necessary to first lift the finger and find the slider. Just like I'm used from Apple, they payed attention to the detail here. They clearly anticipated this use case and optimized things for power users.But not only is the Touch Bar not annoying, it does in fact improve the user experience in many cases and is not just a toy! Here is my favorite example: I often listen to music in my web browser using SoundCloud. Until now pausing the music could be quite a hassle: one had to first switch apps, locate the appropriate tab in the browser, and then find the SoundCloud pause button. With the TouchBar, a little media symbol appears right next to the volume control (and stays there even as I switch to another app). I can press it and then pause the music or jump to another position in the track, right there without ever switching to Safari!I also couldn't have been more wrong in my judgement of the keyboard. This is a surprise to me, as I went to the Apple Store multiple times to try it. I didn't like it a single time. But after buying the MacBook Pro, I basically loved the keyboard immediately. There was no period of getting used to it. In fact it is a big improvement over previous keyboards, and now one of my favorite parts of the new laptop! (My previous laptop was a MacBook Air, mid 2012). I cannot quite explain why I didn't like it in the store, but maybe it wasn't actually the keyboard that was feeling awkward, but just the fact that I was standing while typing?Let me point out just a few more details that I find striking: My new 13'' MacBook Pro is significantly smaller than my old 13'' MacBook Air! (The weight is virtually the same) The performance is fantastic. In fact my laptop is faster than a fairly well-equiped desktop computer from Dell I have at work! The machine has no moving parts. Zero. This means there is no noise, ever. It also means you don't have to worry about data loss if you drop it. The screen! The case is now 100% metal, giving the machine an even higher feel of quality than previous models. The plastic apple and the plastic hinge (in the back) are gone.To summarize, this is the best laptop I have ever had (and the best laptop on the market, I believe)! I have had it for about a month now and I haven't found a single flaw, but instead plenty of pleasant surprises. The new TouchBar is not a toy, despite my initial skepticism - it actually improves the user experience and productivity. The keyboard, to my complete surprise, is the best I have ever had on a laptop. I was very skeptical with the new MacBook Pro, but I can now say with confidence that it is worth every penny. If you can afford it :)ADDENDUM: I completely forgot to mention the new fingerprint sensor (""Touch ID""). I was very pleasantly surprised when I ordered food on GrubHub last week and was able to pay using my fingerprint, right from Safari! A few other places where it can be used include: Apple Store And iTunes, System Preference, and LogIn. I also have a Numbers document that is password protected (my budget), and I can now use my fingerprint to unlock it.ADDENDUM II: My review is mistakenly tagged as referring to the 15'' model. I have the 13'' model with 16 GB RAM, 512 GB storage, and the 3.1 GHz Core i5. I purchased it (unopened And sealed) through eBay.

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by Valued Customer on April 18, 2017
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Best MacBook Yet!It is so sleek and perfect! Very Happy!

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Apple's flagship computer just gets better and better
by Valued Customer on March 25, 2017
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I wondered how Apple could have improved on their previous generation MacBook Pro, but this new model put any doubts I had to rest. I've been using mine for a couple of months now, and there's really nothing negative I can say about it, this MacBook Pro really defines what a solid and fast performing laptop should be. I've been using MacBooks for over ten years now, and Apple has followed a very consistently progressive approach in updating this personal computer. I have the 15"" Touch Bar with 512GB, and use it regularly with the new LG 27"" Thunderbolt 3 monitor in my office. The combination works amazingly well, it's a rock-solidly reliable combination for professional work. At home I use the 22"" LG display, and the MacBook Pro has no problems switching between all these environments. The Touch Bar is very useful, at least when I don't have it closed when using one of the LG displays. The battery life is a bit less than my previous MacBook, but I can still get many hours of use on a charge. All in all a great release of Apple's flagship computer.

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Very happy with my order!
by Valued Customer on March 10, 2017
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I received my MacBook as if it were brand new. I'm really enjoying it, thank you so much!

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Good computer, loud keyboard, Touchbar is a bit touchy
by Valued Customer on March 01, 2017
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The form factor is nice, slim, light. The keyboard is noticeably louder than my previous macbook pro The touchbar is finicky. Sometimes it disappears all together, and reappears. Difficult to reproduce and kind of a pain when you want to adjust your screen brightness or volume. Battery life is pretty good, generally.I'm hoping future updates resolve touchbar issues. Also would love to see more implementations of touch bar in software. I used Better Touch Tool for a while, but uninstalled it, because of issues with the touchbar.

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