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Apple seems to gradually update the various screen sizes with the new technology - next year, we might see the MacBook Air 13 , MacBook Air 11 , as well as the iPad Mini with new displays. The Both screens are glossy -type - Apple does not offer a matte version of the Retina display. For a The difference in the pixel count is Even more glaring is the difference to the older MacBook Pro 13 Mid : with its standard resolution of x pixels, the numbers work out to be about one megapixel and DPI a difference of 75 percent.
In the last four months, many developers have been successfully optimized their applications for HiDPI displays. Well-know programs that haven't been updated yet are Microsoft's Office suite and various Adobe applications. Google Chrome and all Apple programs are able to support the higher resolution without any issues.
The resolution is adjusted via the system settings. The native resolution of x pixels can only be displayed with the help of an additional application, however. Not that this is really an issue - to work effectively with this kind of resolution, one would need a magnifying glass. When the resolution is low, the pixel count goes up: "Optimal" Retina at x has four times the number of pixels. If the application does not support the "pixel doubling", the advantage disappears, as four pixels are displayed in the same color.
We use the tool i1Pro 2 from X-Rite to evaluate display performance. The other measurements are more hit and miss - although the display still maintains a high standard. The black point allows for a good representation of dark backgrounds and the contrast ratio is very good at We did notice some bleeding around the edges of the LED panel: when playing movies in a dark environment, the brighter areas are quite noticeable.
During the day daylight or artificial light , this is not an issue. The aspect ratio of the A notebook used strictly for multimedia purposes should feature a ratio, since it allows for movies without black borders. The display handles the professional color reference spaces well. The gamut range completely covers Adobe's sRGB standard. Compared to the other Apple notebooks we listed, the differences are minimal. Outside the high brightness of the display pays dividends, although the glossy-type panel is prone to visible reflections.
In the shade or inside we never had an issue reading the content of the display - direct sunlight or very bright light sources from behind are a different story: the content is now just barely decipherable. A matte Retina display would be an interesting option should it be offered in the future. This technology allows for very wide viewing angles - although Apple had used very high quality TN panels before. The reference picture remains stable in both the horizontal and vertical plane up to degrees; the decrease in brightness is almost negligible.
Apple does not offer a lot of choices as far as configuring the MacBook Pro 13 Retina is concerned. Our review model constitutes the lower end and features an Intel Core iM dual-core processor. The base clock speed is 2.
On the other end of the spectrum, Intel's Speed Step technology reduces the clock speed of the processor during idle to conserve power. Anandtech was able to verify that both Turbo Boost and Hyperthreading are working as intended. The iM is used in quite a few midrange multimedia notebooks right now.
Some bad news for potential Windows users: we had some issues running Windows both 7 and 8 using Boot Camp. Speed Step is not supported. The support software from Apple installed without any issues - but we encountered missing drivers : under Windows 8, only the bottom 5 of 16 brightness levels are working. Screen shots also only show a part of the desktop and not all of it.
It pays to spend some time before the purchase to figure out the capacity of the SSD - swapping out later gets expensive in a hurry. We updated our MacBook before we conducted the tests. Since we had issues running Windows, the recorded scores are only a rough guideline.
The scores under Mac OS X, however, reflect the maximum performance possible. The result under Windows was only points. This difference of 8 percent can be attributed to the fact that Turbo Boost isn't fully available. The current CineBench R The HP EliteBook p managed a score of 3. We think that this is a lot of money for comparatively little gain.
Apple doesn't offer any quad-core processors for the inch MacBook. The boot time is roughly equivalent to the MacBook Air 13 Mid A reason for the slightly longer boot time could be the dedicated graphics card in some of the models. Performance overall is great and without any noticeable lag. The free trial version only supports the bit test, however. The results were 6. The regular MacBook Pro 13 Mid scored almost the same as our test candidate 6. The larger MacBook Pro 15 Retina on the other hand was able to pull ahead - we recorded Xbench is another tool we commonly use.
In this case, we had to run it several times because the results weren't consistent. Our graph shows the best result after five attempts. The review model scores pretty consistently in the upper middle range ; only the Quartz Graphics Test shows a drop in performance. Anandtech determined the worst case scenario to occur while running Safari at a resolution of x pixels: the frame rate occasionally dropped to 16 fps.
At the highest resolution, the minimum was 18 fps. To put these results into perspective: the "normal" MacBook Pro models reach between 40 and 50 fps running the same test. Even though this is certainly something worth considering, we didn't really notice the low frame rate during daily use. Maybe this is something we got used to quickly. To determine overall system performance under Windows 7, we used PCMark 7. Even though the OS and the hardware are obviously not finely tuned, we didn't encounter any unduly long load times or delays.
The result of points is actually higher than what comparable models can deliver and has the MacBook competing with more powerful notebooks. Depending on the needs and the pocketbook , the customer can choose between flash drives ranging from to GB. Considering the high costs , it might be better to use external storage drives via the USB 3. Access times are also very low - although it's hard to notice a significant difference between the different SSDs here.
Users who previously owned a notebook with a regular hard drive probably won't want to ever switch back: access times for a regular platter-based drive can reach 16 - 20 milliseconds vs. The MacBook Pro reached points running 3DMark 06 Boot Camp - a result that places the notebook right in the middle of our performance database. Apple has no option for a dedicated graphics card for this model. The MacBook is certainly not going to be a lot of joy if used exclusively for gaming.
The integrated GPU is only suitable for fairly simple games - and even then, settings and resolution should be set to low. For an overview, please check our GPU comparison chart. The selection of games for Mac OS X is also pretty limited. If gaming is important, it might be better to spend Euros on a more powerful Windows multimedia and gaming system with a dedicated GPU.
Since the notebook uses a modern SSD, the only sources of noise are the two small system fans. During idle , the notebook is more or less cooled passively and the fans spin so slowly that they don't contribute at all to the noise: we recorded Under load , the system is audible at The low hum never gets annoying. We also like that the fan system spins down rapidly. The temperatures on the outside of the aluminum chassis are an important factor for mobile use.
Performing office-type tasks does not pose any problems: we measured a maximum of The battery cells and the SSD are located underneath the palm rest, which leads to low temperatures in this important area. The "cool" feel of the aluminum chassis also contributes to the overall impression that the notebook doesn't get very warm. Under load the temperatures increase as expected. The area around the touchpad still remains cool, however.
Just above the keyboard and on the bottom near the fans the temperatures increase noticeably: In this case it's better to use the tray table while traveling by airplane or train. The integrated stereo speakers are quite impressive.
Compared to the MacBook Pro 13 Mid , the sound appears more mature : mids and highs are better, bass is present albeit still lacking a bit. The sound remains clear even at maximum volume levels. External speakers , headphones, or the home theater system can be attached using the headphone jack or the HDMI port.
We had no issues with the signal quality. An important factor for long battery life is the power consumption. The notebook consumes between 6. The regular MacBook Pro 13 Mid uses a bit less power: we measured a maximum of The Retina model has a lower minimum value, however. In addition, the new model features a larger lithium-polymer battery 74 Wh compared to Under load , power usage increases to Overall, the measurements for the subnotebook are unremarkable and within limits.
The larger size of the battery, combined with comparable power consumption to the MacBook Pro 13 Mid , should provide decent run times. This test simulates reading of a text document. Our notebook shut down after over 16 hours. The MacBook Pro 13 Mid lasted about 11 hours during the same test scenario. The other extreme is the Battery Eater Classic Test all wireless modules on, display at maximum brightness, keyboard backlight on under Windows 7.
The result of 2 hours and 16 minutes is quite good - again courtesy of the larger battery. Way more interesting are the realistic tests: the first one is our WLAN surf-test. The MacBook lasted for 6 hours and 42 minutes before we needed to plug it back in - pretty close to Apple's claim of 7 hours. When we turned the display brightness to its maximum and activated the keyboard backlight, the notebook managed about 5 hours. For our second realistic test, we play a p x pixels movie.
With the screen brightness turned up all the way, the notebook lasted for minutes. Two standard-length movies minutes each are not possible - at least not with the brightness set to maximum. The new member is a lot lighter than the regular Pro and more portable than the larger MacBook Pro 15 Retina.
Visually the two systems appear identical - save for the different dimensions. Port selection and input devices are carried over without a change - we would have liked to see a third USB 3. We also don't like the limited expandability, the fact that the battery is glued in, and the unimpressive month warranty.
Set to the same resolution as other screens, the pixel count is considerably higher. The fairly uneven brightness levels and visible bleeding take a bit away from the overall good impression. Since sRGB is covered, the notebook is also suitable for professional use. As far as overall performance is concerned, the notebook follows in the footsteps of the other family members.
Compared to the MacBook Pro 15 Retina , there are fewer configuration options available. More powerful components demand a high premium. The notebook is pretty much silent while performing office-type tasks; temperatures also remain acceptable even under load. The speakers are good enough to be used for playing music. Battery life is comparable to the competition - thanks to the large 74 Wh battery. The high mobility factor due to good battery life, low weight, and slim chassis.
The high resolution Retina display and the multimedia performance are also impressive. A third USB port, a way to quickly clean the system fans, additional BTO options, and a battery that is not glued into the chassis. The fact that expansion is pretty much impossible - just like on the MacBook Air. A plethora of adapters isn't conducive to travelling. Even though more applications are HiDPI compatible, there are still exceptions.
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