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Updated: Dec 8, 2016 22:53
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#1
alaScore 99

Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2...

The 12-inch MacBook is and remains an impressive device. Low weight, an excellent display, and...

46 expert reviews | 91 user reviews

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#2
alaScore 96

Apple Macbook Pro (2016)

Finally, after months of rumours and speculation, the new MacBook Pro is here and available in...

15 expert reviews

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#3
alaScore 95

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13-inch, Early 2015 (MF839, MF840, MF841, Z0QM, Z0QN...

Obviously the MacBook Air 13". Amongst Windows devices high-resolution ultrabooks like the Asus...

125 expert reviews | 11857 user reviews

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#4
alaScore 94

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, Early 2015 (MJVE2, MJVG2, Z0RJ, Z0RH, MMGF2, MMGG2)

Once again Apple offers a great and high-end product with the small update. The weaknesses...

35 expert reviews | 8380 user reviews

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#5
alaScore 94

Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2015 (MF855, MF865, MJY32, MJY42, MK4M2...

We could start to criticize the poor port variety, the lack of expandability or the low 3D...

53 expert reviews | 1424 user reviews

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#6
alaScore 92

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch, Mid 2015 (MJLQ2, MJLT2, Z0RF, Z0RG)

This time, we want to start our verdict with the negative aspects, and there are some despite the...

16 expert reviews | 2434 user reviews

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#7
alaScore 92

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, Mid 2013-Early 2014 (MD760, MD761, Z0NZ, Z0P0)

Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A with matte display or touch display, Dell XPS 13, Samsung Series 9...

104 expert reviews | 3527 user reviews

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#8
alaScore 92

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch, Mid 2013-Early 2014 (MD711, MD712, MF067, Z0NY, Z0NX)

Presumably the MacBook Air 13 in its newest edition. Same qualities and a somewhat larger screen...

65 expert reviews | 1291 user reviews

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#9
alaScore 91

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch, Early 2015 (MJVM2, MJVP2, Z0RK, Z0RL)

The Apple MacBook Air is still some kind of evergreen in the notebook world, despite the lack of...

17 expert reviews | 1497 user reviews

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#10
alaScore 91

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch, Late 2011 (MD313, MD314)

The mobility factor of this notebook. We are not only talking about the fairly low weight here or...

96 expert reviews | 1315 user reviews

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#11
alaScore 90

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch, Mid 2014 (MGXA2, MGXC2, Z0RC, Z0RD)

The 15-inch MacBook Pro is a great choice for those who demand outstanding performance and a...

8 expert reviews | 2046 user reviews

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#12
alaScore 90

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch, Late 2013 (ME293, ME294, Z0PT, Z0PU)

What you sacrifice in battery life compared to the Air, you make up for in raw processing grunt...

29 expert reviews | 659 user reviews

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#13
alaScore 89

Apple iPad Pro 32GB Silver - tablets (Full-size tablet, Slate, iOS, Silver...

It is really good and I love it to the point where it takes ages to charge when you sometimes...

15 user reviews

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#14
alaScore 89

Apple KA897LL/A

Double your display real estate by adding a second monitor. It's a snap: Here's how

3 expert reviews | 45 user reviews

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#15
alaScore 89

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch, Mid 2012 (MC975, MC976, MD831, Z0MV, Z0MW)

In Apple's own portfolio, the MacBook Pro 15 Mid 2012 without Retina display, the MacBook Pro 13...

40 expert reviews | 840 user reviews

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#16
alaScore 89

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, Mid 2011 (MC965, MC966)

We have to say, as we have said before, that Apple outclasses almost everyone with the Air...

150 expert reviews | 797 user reviews

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#17
alaScore 88

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch, Mid 2012 (MD101, MD102)

Another year of incremental improvements for the 15-inch Apple MacBook Pro help it maintain its...

10 expert reviews | 8855 user reviews

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#18
alaScore 88

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, Late 2010 (MC503, MC504)

The MacBook Air's battery runtime is excellent and beats most ultrabooks by lengths. Their field...

54 expert reviews | 363 user reviews

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#19
alaScore 88

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch, Late 2010 (MC505, MC506)

There isn't really any. The closest one would be the Sony Vaio X13, which has a much worse...

118 expert reviews | 550 user reviews

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#20
alaScore 87

Apple MacBook Pro Retina 13-inch, Mid 2014 (MGX72, MGX82, MGX92, Z0R9, Z0RA...

The Apple Macbook Pro seemed like it would be a tough transition from a Windows 10 but it is so...

1 expert reviews | 2010 user reviews

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#21
alaScore 87

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch, Early 2011 (MC700, MC724)

The battery life?measured under various conditions?comes to just a bit under that of the 2-GHz...

31 expert reviews | 590 user reviews

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#22
alaScore 87

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, Mid 2012 (MD231, MD232)

Ivy Air. Sounds like an airline, but it is the newest generation of Apple's successful...

25 expert reviews | 836 user reviews

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#23
alaScore 87

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch, Mid 2011 (MC968, MC969)

Samsung’s 900X1B must prove itself first in the same sector.

52 expert reviews | 629 user reviews

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#24
alaScore 87

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch, Mid 2012 (MD223, MD224)

Fresh Air. Cupertino's smallest notebook receives new components in Apple's mid 2012 update...

32 expert reviews | 424 user reviews

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#25
alaScore 87

Apple Macbook Pro 15-inch, Early 2011 (MC721, MC723)

The biggest downside of the more powerful version is the excessively high increase in price. For...

21 expert reviews | 385 user reviews

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    About Apple

    The Apple MacBook was a brand of Macintosh notebook computers built by Apple Inc. First introduced in May 2006, it replaced the iBook and 12-inch PowerBook series of notebooks as a part of the Apple–Intel transition. Positioned as the low end of the MacBook family, the Apple MacBook was aimed at the consumer and education markets. It was the best-selling Macintosh in history, and according to the sales-research organization NPD Group in October 2008, the mid-range model of the MacBook was the single best-selling laptop of any brand in U.S. retail stores for the preceding five months. Apple is currently marketing three different ranges of notebook computers which cater to a number of different needs. There is the standard MacBook, the MacBook Pro and the MacBook Air.

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