Yeah, just saw that! We'll be updating shortly.
Update: updated! Har.
Was just about to post the same thing. Now if I could only afford the $5000 it would take to get the MPWRD and a couple of those Thunderbolt displays.
love infographics! I was about to sell my macbook air 13'' 2011 to get a new Pro. But to get the thinnest one (retina... which does not impress me) I must pay almost twice as a macbook air. Therefore, not worth it.
Great infographic! :)
Like its Air relatives, also gone, but not forgotten: sleep light, IR sensor for remote, and state-of-charge indicator.
Very nice, but I'll always think of the tallest building in Chicago as the Sears Tower.
Trust me, this was debated!
It's not easy to use a URL shortener in the same namespace as your existing content!
This is awesome. Great job!
Shocking coincidence that we added images to threads!
Haha I know right? In all seriousness, I love the site. I hope that the new image feature can be used for awesomeness like this and that users don't make things suck :)
I'm not too worried about it!
Great info graphic! However to me the new MBP is an upgrade to AIR not to a pro-line. Between the lack of available TB devices and apps that work well with the upgraded display, I dont see the benefits of the new portable. I think in a year or so this maybe a more usable machine... Also I still use optical a lot when dealing with clients and it's a huge PITA to have to carry an external drive when you are looking for an all in one replacement.
but i think mac not have DVD's burner...
not complete - although th is not ultrabook.
I don't get the obsession with pixel density. It's just a differentiating feature so they put a bunch of marketing around it. Now if they would update the OS as the same time to deal with a variety of densities I'd be more excited. browse this page on a variety of screens and I think you will notice that pixel density is not really that big a deal when it comes to using the web. Other apps that are specifically designed for HD will work better, but I'm thinking all the apps should just work better without an update. It's really kinda silly.
Good infographic. The only thing they left out was that the high resolution screen will be imperceptible for damn near most people. Sure, the display looks better due to the improved color reproduction, but it won't be due to the increased PPI (at least not at a normal working distance of 12-14 inches).
Have you actually seen one? If yes, what is the prescription on those glasses, man? The difference is enormous.
I second that. The difference is instantly noticeable. There is a "magazine like" crispness that makes it look incredibly sharp and detailed. Being able to open large photos and view them at such a high resolution is quite surreal.
I've worked installing and calibrating home theatre displays for years. Apart from the high ppi screens on smartphones and the iPad3, I've seriously never seen a better quality LCD.
I can't wait for stand alone monitors and video formats to catch up (and for the next 4K format to supersede 1080p). Computers and tablets have now overtaken what we call "HD", so it's only natural that desktop monitors and TVs will be next. Bring on the high ppi/UHDTV 'resolution revolution' :)
Overpriced by at least 1k... $1400 im in, otherwise shortly there will be a proliferation of options, most below $800 that will meet 95% of 95% of the users needs. The apple tax is wearing thin.
lol, stop complaining about apple bro or you'll get -1'd to hell. Better idea is to become a fanboy :)
Understood, not bashing Apple, Im just a tech enthusiast that likes to get the best bang for the buck. Allows me trade and exchange and use allot of different technology. For the $399 I paid for the 32 gig asus tf300 its hard to beat. Liked it so much I sold my iPad 2 and actually went cash flow positive on the deal. The snapin charging keyboard works much better than i had anticipated. When Apple comes out with a macbook air thats a similar concept with a touch screen allowing ios and osx options on the fly for a reasonable price i will reconsider. It all comes down to functionality and bang for for the buck. Its the latter APPLE is not delivering on.
The "bang for the buck" approach is my bottom line. I always bought Macs when I could but the last thing I can afford now is a Mac. My Mac Pro was upgraded I could manage and when it got to a point that another video card wouldn't fly I opted out of Macs when RAM would cost as much as a completely new PC. Sorry, folks. A PC is considered at least disposable at the prices are expected for Macs. Still, I have my old PowerBook, a MacProBook, a Mac Pro (desktop), and an old Sawtooth. All of these still can function but....well....I use the desktop PC more than the MBP.
Love the gushing...fanboiiiiiiissss unite