MACBOOK PRO 15” 2015 INTEL i7 2.2GHZ 16GB RAM 256GB SSD *BRAND NEW*

MacBook Pro 15” 2015 *BRAND NEW*

Processor: INTEL i7 2.2GHZ

RAM: 16GB

Hard Drive: 256GB SSD

GPU: INTEL HD GRAPHICS 6000

 

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MACBOOK PRO 15 2015 SPECS:

MacBook Pro 15” 2015 *BRAND NEW*

Processor: INTEL i7 2.2GHZ

RAM: 16GB

Hard Drive: 256GB SSD

GPU: INTEL HD GRAPHICS 6000

 

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Product Reviews:

https://www.cnet.com/products/apple-macbook-pro-15-inch-2015/

 

MACBOOK PRO 15 2015 – Product Description

Apple’s MacBook Air and Pro lines have remained steadfastly rock-solid in their look and feel for several generations. Each year brings a handful of tweaks and updates, typically only to internal components, from better hard drives to faster Wi-Fi to new processors. It’s only because both the Air and Pro designs were so far ahead of the curve when first introduced that these laptops still look so up-to-date.

For 2015, nearly every MacBook has received an update of a some kind, although these have largely been of the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it variety. Both the MacBook Air and 13-inch MacBook Pro have moved up to Intel’s fifth-generation Core i-series processors, also known by the codename Broadwell, while the 13-inch Pro also added Apple’s new Force Touch trackpad.

That clickless touchpad, which uses four sensors and some haptic feedback rather than a traditional hinge, was one of the highlights of the new 12-inch MacBook , a low-power, 2-pound ultraportable that was Apple’s sole new laptop design in years.

Compared to all the changes listed above, and the entirely new 12-inch MacBook, the 15-inch MacBook Pro feels like it’s been slighted in the update department. The 15-inch Pro gets the Force Touch trackpad, and a faster solid-state hard drive, plus updated graphics in the form of an AMD Radeon R9 M370X GPU. But arguably the most important component upgrade is missing, as the Core i7 CPU here is the same as last year’s model (the fifth-gen Core i7 chips from Intel are only starting to trickle out now).

Despite the lack of major changes, the 15-inch MacBook Pro remains Apple’s biggest and most powerful laptop, and a great all day, everyday productivity machine, especially if you need the extra GPU power for photo or video work, or the generous screen real estate the 15-inch Retina panel provides.

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