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Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro with Retina Display

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  • Processor

    Intel Core i5 (8th Gen)

  • Processor Cores

    1.4 to 3.9 GHz Quad-Core

  • Graphics Card

    Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645

  • Installed Memory

    8 GB

Description
The Apple M1 chip has a lot of power. It is not just a next step for Mac- it's another level entirely. The 8-core CPU on the M1 chip makes your MacBook Pro more powerful and capable than ever before, with up to 2.8x faster processing performance than its predecessor or an astonishing 16 billion transistors packed into this tiny little thing! In addition, the neural engine will give you 11x faster machine learning capabilities as well as 20 hours of battery life from one charge - making this your most popular professional notebook yet! Smaller chips have always been better but now we've taken that idea to a whole new level: introducing our first ever system on a chip designed specifically for Macs and here is where things really get exciting...
Specification
Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro with Retina Display (Mid 2020, Space Gray)
Storage

It comes with 512 GB of hard drive storage installed, via 1 x 512 GB Integrated PCIe SSD harddrive.

Storage Installed
512 GB
Solid State Storage
1 x 512 GB Integrated PCIe
Performance

There's a Integrated graphics card which is a Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645.

An integrated card tends to not offer as much graphics processing power as a dedicated video card.

Memory Type
2133 MHz LPDDR3
Processor Cores
1.4 to 3.9 GHz Quad-Core
Memory Configuration
8 GB (Onboard)
Graphics Card Type
Integrated
Buffered Memory
No
Installed Memory
8 GB
Graphics Card
Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645
ECC Memory
No
Processor
Intel Core i5 (8th Gen)
Display

The glossy screen that is offered may not suit everyone, particularly people working more in cafes or outside. You may notice glare or reflections more often than with non-glossy laptops.

It's offered in a Glossy finish.

A brightness of 500 cd/m2, or nits, is available in the screen.

Panel Type
IPS-Type LCD
Screen Resolution
2560 x 1600
Max. Brightness
500 cd/m2
Aspect Ratio
16:10
Finish
Glossy
Screen Size
13.3"
TouchScreen?
No
Connections

You'll find Wifi 5 inside the laptop, which is the previous generation. However, this does not mean its necessarily a major disadvantage. Wifi 5 is more than capable for the majority of the users, with only top tier users really requiring Wifi 6 at the moment.

With the latest standard of Bluetooth included, Bluetooth 5, you'll be set for a few more years of ensuring any new peripheral purchased is fully compatible.

NFC
No
GPS
Optional
WIFI
Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Bluetooth
5
Ports & Peripherals

There's an option of using the Type-C USB ports, with 2 x Thunderbolt 3 (Supports DisplayPort and Power Delivery) ports being offered too, allowing both the use of almost any current peripheral, but also adaptors & dongles allowing use of additional ports for the laptop.

With a backlit keyboard, you'll clearly see your keys and ensure minimal mistakes when you're typing what you need to type.

The option of the fingerprint reader gives you login & security flexibility, by allowing you to sign in to your laptop with just the tip of your finger.

Don't fret about your wired headphones though, the 3.5mm headphone jack will let you plug right in.

USB Type C
2 x Thunderbolt 3 (Supports DisplayPort and Power Delivery)
Security
Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard
65-Key Notebook Keyboard with Backlight, Touch Bar
Built in Mic
Yes
Audio Ports
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Headphone Output
Display Ports
2 x Thunderbolt 3 (Supports DisplayPort and Power Delivery)
Pointing Device
TouchPad
Webcam
User-Facing:
Build in Speakers
Yes
Design

It comes in at a weight of 3.1 lb / 1.41 kg, and total dimensions of 11.97 x 8.36 x 0.61" / 30.4 x 21.23 x 1.55 cm.

Dimensions
11.97 x 8.36 x 0.61" / 30.4 x 21.23 x 1.55 cm
Operating System
macOS
Brand
Apple
Weight
3.1 lb / 1.41 kg
Manufacturer ID
MXK52LL/A
Power

The power supply for the Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro with Retina Display is a 61 W with USB Type-C so if you're concerned about power usage, make sure this fits within your requirements.

Power Supply
61 W with USB Type-C
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Battery

The Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro with Retina Display has an estimated battery life of 10 Hours.

The battery life is achieved via a 58.2 Wh capacity battery.

Battery Capacity
58.2 Wh
Battery Chemistry
Lithium-Ion Polymer (LiPo)
Est. Battery Life
10 Hours
Reviews of the Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro with Retina Display
Rated 4.2 / 5 from 12 Reviews
The M1 makes the MacBook Pro even better
pcmag.com
  • - 4
Now powered by Apple’s M1 CPU, the 13-inch MacBook Pro remains a workhorse for those who want a compact macOS laptop that's still powerful enough to perform processor-intensive workflows.
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$1799 model delivers modest CPU and big graphics boost
macworld.com
  • - 4
Apple latest pro laptop has enough to satisfy professional users who need every ounce of speed
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It's packed with power and premium polish—and that odd Touch Bar too
lifewire.com
  • - 4.7
The base model of the MacBook Pro no longer feels like the odd one out, packing in considerable power and features to justify Apple's lofty pricing.
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Is this the power laptop to beat?
t3.com
  • - 5
The Pro's performance is still excellent in this respect, anyway. If you have specific needs that prioritise lightness and battery life, you might consider the 13-inch MacBook Air, but for the majority of users, this entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display is by far the better value.
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The keyboard is fixed; the rest is exactly what you’d expect
theverge.com
  • - 4
Apple’s 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro is a competent, dependable computer. The upgraded model with the 10th Gen Intel processors outperformed my expectations in terms of speed and power even if it didn’t really impress me on battery life. I would like to see a bigger redesign next time, but that doesn’t mean this design is a problem. It’s just familiar in a time when much of the competition is finding ways to slim their bezels.
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This 13-inch MacBook Pro makes a case for the usefulness of a Touch Bar
laptopmag.com
  • - 4
The 13-inch MacBook Pro (2019) delivers the best combination of speed, battery life and display quality for the most reasonable price.
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The iPhone of laptops
digitaltrends.com
  • - 4
The $1,299 MacBook Pro 13-inch M1 is a fresh start for the Mac. The physical design will catch up eventually, but for now, what we have is the beginning of a season for the Mac where it will be hard to compete with.
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A rebooted MacBook Pro for the ultrabook era
cnet.com
  • - 4.1
While the Retina MacBook Pro is easily the most desirable 13-inch Mac laptop to date, the high price and lack of discrete graphics make it a tough call versus either the more powerful 15-inch Retina Pro or the more affordable 13-inch Air.
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a Shot in the Arm
tomshardware.com
  • - 4.5
The 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 proves Apple can make a potent processor to power a premium laptop with long battery life. It runs cool and quiet, and even Intel apps work just fine with Rosetta. Now if only we could get a 32GB option for true pros, as well as some more ports.
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Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch (2020) review
tomsguide.com
  • - 4
The new MacBook Pro 13-inch delivers a great Magic Keyboard, blazing performance and long battery life — but about those bezels
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Apple's incredible Retina screen comes to its smaller MacBook Pro
techradar.com
  • - 4
The new MacBook Pro (late 2020) is powered by Apple's first laptop processor, the M1. Benchmarks show that it makes a wonderful mobile workstation, a jaw dropping music production notebook and a groundbreaking video editing laptop.
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A new keyboard addresses our biggest complaint about the last-gen model
engadget.com
  • - 4.5
There’s enough performance clout here that it’s clear why someone would choose this over the similarly sized MacBook Air.
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