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Apple Updates MacBook Pro 2012 with Retina Display and Fast SSD Drive

By @EverNoticeThat

Apple introduced a new MacBook Pro at WWDC 2012 and boy they did not disappoint.  As expected, the 15-inch model was updated to a stunning Retina display with over 5 million pixels and a resolution of 2880 by 1800,  you can call this the HD MacBook Pro.

Another feature of the new professional-level MacBooks, is the addition of Flash - the good kind, not the one from Adobe - You can outfit your new Mac "Pro" Laptop with up to a whopping 768GB of fast Flash SSD storage.  If you use Final Cut Pro, you'll want one - this Flash MacBook is a beast - in fact, we're  calling it: The FlashBook.
This Mac was built for business, with a 7-hour battery life, and 30-day standby; the 2012 MacBook Pro is an all-day laptop.  Apple didn't skimp on the chip either, ramming in the beefy, next-gen Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge quad-core proc to run this baby, so that you can slice through pro apps like Final Cut Pro, and Adobe Photoshop in record time.

Graphics king NVIDIA powers the new Retina Display with the 1GB GeForce GT 650M graphics card for superior performance when rendering massive HD video clips, or editing gigantic RAW files.

Prices start at $2,199 for the entry-level MacBook Pro, and $2,799 for the top-tier model.  So, if you're asking yourself "Should i buy the new MacBook Pro?" @EverNoticeThat says yes! if you've been waiting to upgrade, wait no longer - this Mac's for you.  What do you think of the new 2012 Mac Laptops? leave your feedback below.

Image Credit: Apple

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