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Retina Display MacBook Pro

Postby pam.meier » Sun 16 Sep 2012 18:53

So I bought one a week and a half ago and I must say it´s the ultimate notebook. I love it ...
But now images at normal screen resolution look jaggy ;) Well, I guess one pays a price to be up to date.
I can´t wait for Adobe to issue Photoshop and Bridge with Retina support, it should be out this Fall. Well, who knows how long it will take till screen resolution will be increased on the internet ...
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Re: Retina Display MacBook Pro

Postby Stany Buyle » Sun 16 Sep 2012 20:41

Congratulations with your purchase!
Tell us more what you can do better with such a portable than with a normal (PC) one...
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Re: Retina Display MacBook Pro

Postby pam.meier » Mon 17 Sep 2012 16:14

The most striking difference between Mac and PC laptops is that you can handle the trackpad and it will scroll in realtime. I find it enervating on a PC, so I use a mouse instead, the MacBook makes it feel like it is the extension of my brain/hand. I can even retouch images on it.

Then, of course, the aluminum unibody is very nice looking and also handles nicely. A beauty. Expensive? Very much, but it´s of high quality.

The retina display with its high resolution makes reading PDFs or News websites very easy.
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