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Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch Retina 2016 Price by Country

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Philippines PHP 110,990
Singapore SGD 2,888
Vietnam VND 57,998,000

Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch Retina 2016 Expert Reviews

laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-19
Impeccable build quality, clean and simplistic design, Absurdly thin and light for a 15-inch laptop, Great input devices (keyboard, touchpad, Touch Bar), Effective and silent cooling system, Nearly perfect display, No PWM across all brightness levels, Imp...No upgradability, Quite pricey, The Touch Bar feels gimmicky at times (in terms of integration, not usability), No conventional connectors like standard USB, HDMI, SD card reader, etc
Apple's latest MacBook Pro lineup is a good example of how technology has not only catch up with today's market trends but also got past them. The new MacBooks was another typical Apple attempt to redefine today's laptops and how we use them but this time...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-27
Stunning screen, Top-notch processor, Classy design, Excellent connectivity, MacOS continues to be brilliantInconsistent battery life, Fairly weak graphics performance
Apple's MacBook Pro line is traditionally topped out with an ultra-powered multimedia machine with the best laptop components you can find. The latest model is no different, and, like the two 13-inch models Apple introduced in 2016, it's benefited from a...
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custompcreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-27
The new Apple MacBook Pro (Touchbar, 2016) is quite the mixed bag. On one hand the thinner and lighter design, the beautiful Retina display, and the cool new TouchBar makes it one of the best MacBook Pros ever, but on the other hand, lackluster hardware...
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digitalartsonline.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-02-23
Buy from Apple After a month of use, here’s the definitive review of the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Apple’s newest 15-inch MacBook Pro proved controversial when it launched at end of last year. It was late and featured changes to the desi...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-02-23
Neophobia – the fear of the new, or the fear of change – is an increasingly common affliction among Apple fans. The company is infamous for gleefully tossing past-it tech on the scrap heap, often long before many users have had the chance to properly say...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-02-17
excellent chassis, very good display, huge Trackpad with great precision, good and quiet cooling, high WLAN transfer rates, good speakersneither USB-A nor HDMI-out, defective speakers due to Boot Camp, 2.4 GHz WLAN issue with attached USB-C device, fans are (slightly) audible while idling, very expensive – especially the upgrades
The perfect balance? We also review the mainstream configuration of the new MacBook Pro 15. The test model is faster than the entry-level spec thanks to the Core i7-6820HQ and the AMD Radeon Pro 455, but is it worth the additional price...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-02-07
excellent chassis, very good display, huge Trackpad with great precision, quiet and good cooling, high WLAN transfer rates, good speakersneither USB-A nor HDMI-Port, power adapter limits under extreme workloads, 2.4 GHz WLAN issue with attached USB-C device, fans are (slightly) audible while idling, very expensive
Top spec. We already reviewed the entry-level of the new Apple MacBook Pro 15. Our test sample today is the high-end SKU, and the graphics card AMD Radeon Pro 460 is particularly interesting...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-01
Read professional reviews of Apple's new MacBook Pro lineup, and you'll come away thinking the new laptops have great battery life. Dive into a customer forum, though, and the upshot will be exactly the opposite: The new MacBook Pros have “piss poor” bat...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-01-19
The larger version of Apple's MacBook Pro has a big, bold display, a thinner, lighter body, an AMD graphics chip by default and a massive trackpad. The inventive Touch Bar second-screen display saves clicks here and there, and now works with apps like Pho...Even the base 15-inch model is painfully expensive. The Touch Bar is a fun add-on, but not a necessity, and the move to USB-C ports means potentially carrying a bag full of dongles
The trend line points toward ever-smaller computers, with premium systems diving below 10mm thick, and screens dipping down to 12.5 inches from the more common 13-inch or larger versions. But sometimes you want a big, bold, laptop with a large screen to m...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2017-01-19
The larger version of Apple's MacBook Pro has a big, bold display, a thinner, lighter body, an AMD graphics chip by default and a massive trackpad. The inventive Touch Bar second-screen display saves clicks here and there, and now works with apps like Pho...Even the base 15-inch model is painfully expensive. The Touch Bar is a fun add-on, but not a necessity, and the move to USB-C ports means potentially carrying a bag full of dongles
The trend line points toward ever-smaller computers, with premium systems diving below 10mm thick, and screens dipping down to 12.5 inches from the more common 13-inch or larger versions. But sometimes you want a big, bold, laptop with a large screen to...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-18
The larger version of Apple's MacBook Pro has a big, bold display, a thinner, lighter body, an AMD graphics chip by default and a massive trackpad. The inventive Touch Bar second-screen display saves clicks here and there, and now works with apps like Pho...Even the base 15-inch model is painfully expensive. The Touch Bar is a fun add-on, but not a necessity, and the move to USB-C ports means potentially carrying a bag full of dongles
The trend line points toward ever-smaller computers, with premium systems diving below 10mm thick, and screens dipping down to 12.5 inches from the more common 13-inch or larger versions. But sometimes you want a big, bold, laptop with a large screen to m...
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t3me.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-27
Excellent topnotch design, Brilliant screen, Superfast performanceTouch Bar isn't maximized yet with current apps, Battery life is subpar, Removal of other ports, Expensive
Apple's MacBook Pro line finally got an upgrade earlier this year and offered a bunch of new features that got users either excited or raised their eyebrows. The Touch Bar is the defining highlight of the new MacBook Pro. It's basically a small touchscree...
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gizmodo.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-12-25
The MacBook Air was Apple's everyman computer, but as it slowly sunsets that notebook, we're looking to Apple for a new vision of the do-everything laptop. The MacBook Air was the computer that businesses issued to their employees, the notebook college st...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-23
Superb screen, Thinner and lighter than previous MacBook Pro models, Excellent touch pad is now enormousPricey, given the components, Unpredictable battery life
It's an understatement that the market for premium big-screen laptops—that is, computers that aren't 2-in-1s, or for gaming—could use some attention. And some innovation.Windows-device makers have been busy doing impressive things elsewhere, with smaller...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-22
dbrand link: Can any laptop that doesn't feature a GTX 1080 really justify a $3500 price tag?Buy Lightning Dongles on Amazon (you'll definitely need them if you get a MBP): Discuss on the forum: Our Affiliates, Referral Programs, and Sponsors: Check out o...
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stuff.tv/my/
Reviewed on 2016-12-18
A fantastic balance of power and form, So nice to type on, Brilliant, bright, colourful screenVery expensive, Disappointing battery life, Touch Bar isn't yet particularly useful
To Touch Bar or not to Touch Bar; that is the question. At least, it was the question with the 13in MacBook Pro. The answer, somewhat surprisingly, was 'not to Touch Bar', as its overall usefulness is still a bit questionable and the Touch Bar version of...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-17
We've had the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar for a month now. How does it hold up? There are a lot of thoughts about the MacBook Pro with Touch Bar out there. Some of it is good; most of it is not so good. MacBook Pro (2016) Review: What Can the MacBook Pro...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2016-12-16
A fantastic balance of power and form, So nice to type on, Brilliant, bright, colourful screenVery expensive, Disappointing battery life, Touch Bar isn't yet particularly useful
To Touch Bar or not to Touch Bar; that is the question. At least, it was the question with the 13in MacBook Pro. The answer, somewhat surprisingly, was 'not to Touch Bar', as its overall usefulness is still a bit questionable and the Touch Bar version of...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Beautiful Retina screen, Large touchpad and Touch ID are convenient, Thinner and lighter, Good builtin speakers, Reasonably speedy performance for normal tasksPoor battery life, Touch Bar gets in the way (Function keys are better), Limited ports (USB TypeC only), No builtin SD card reader
The new Apple MacBook Pro adds the all new Touch Bar with Touch ID while also giving us an overall thinner and lighter design than the previous MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, the latest MacBook Pro suffers from comparatively weak battery life, poor keyboard...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-12-13
The new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is essentially an upsized version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (hereafter referred to simply as the MacBook Pro). Apart from the size and the internals, they share the same design, keyboard, Touch Ba...
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