Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (late 2016)

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (late 2016)
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Engadget Review

The entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro has the typical Function row instead of the new Touch Bar, but depending on your preferences, that could be a good thing. The lower price also means you get half as many ports as the higher-end models -- just two USB-C connections. Otherwise, though, you get the same thin and light design, spacious trackpad, colorful Retina display and improved audio setup.

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Pros and cons: Our quick verdict on the new MacBook Pro
It's designed less around the way people actually work, and more around the way Apple wants you to work.
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EngadgetDecember 02, 2016

Pros

  • Attractive and well-built
  • Thinner and lighter
  • Spacious trackpad
  • Retina screen is brighter and more colorful than before
  • Impressive audio quality
  • Fast disk speeds
  • You get to keep your Function keys

Cons

  • No memory card slot
  • The only ports are USB-C ports
  • Only two USB-C ports on this entry-level model
  • Rated battery life is shorter this year
  • No more MagSafe
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Key Specs

TYPE
Midsize
SCREEN SIZE
13.322
SCREEN RESOLUTION
Other
BUNDLED OS
Mac OS
CPU FAMILY
Core i5
PROCESSOR SPEED
219
SYSTEM RAM
81
POINTING DEVICE
Trackpad
MAXIMUM BATTERY LIFE
Up to 1020

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