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What the community says about MacBook Pro MPTR2LL/A
- "Although this MacBook is powerful enough to render 3D models and encode video, it only has 16GB RAM. For $2,239 (and that is a "sale" price!), it had better be at least this powerful. However, why would a programmer want a 15" screen? That is very small. Is it so that this laptop can be easily carried to a worksite that is other than an office? 640 users on Amazon.com give this laptop 4.3 stars. It appears that this is a good Macbook Pro for programming, but it is not a candidate for the range of those having 512GB RAM. "
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- "This is a beautiful machine. It's super sleek and fast, but I just wish that it came with a USB-C adapter. It's pretty expensive for someone who doesn't use computers much, but just right for me."
- "Like others have noted, the specs in the product listing aren't all correct. It's a 2016 model, 3.3 GHz i7, 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3 RAM, 512 GB SSD (but only registers ~500 GB - Mac has a funny way of calculating capacity), and Intel Iris 550 graphics with 1.5 GB mem. I've only had it for a few days. So far so good. I was debating between this and the ASUS Zenbook Deluxe 3 (latest model). The ASUS specs are better, except for the display resolution. But Mac does have a better reputation of lasting longer. Hopefully paying for premium saves me some headaches in the long run.""This is roughly my 15th Apple laptop, going back nearly 30 years to a 1991 Powerbook Duo 230 that still runs to this day. I have loved many of them, liked most of them, and been a committed loyalist to the brand for most of my professional life. I bought the latest Macbook Pro 13" fully spec'd with everything optional you could get, clocking in at over $2000, to replace my still fine 2014 that I gave to a relative."
- "This is a Macbook Pro from late 2016 Macbook version "MacBookPro13,2" It has a DUAL CORE i7-6567U at 3.3hz 16gb of ram and the 512gb SSD drive that when formatted shows less like it does on every single other computer on the planet windows/mac/linux/etc... There was only one more option you could get for this laptop when it was sold and that was a 1tb SSD drive. So this laptop was over $2600 when sold brand new. and the absolute top of the line macbook possible in late 2016."
- "Needed a reliable laptop for some software coding and web design and this makes everything a breeze! Seriously, try doing labor-intensive work on a windows machine and then on a Macbook Pro and you'll see the difference! The software is seamless, it's super snappy and things like the touch bar make switching between tasks easy. The only thing is the HD is just 256GB so you might run out of space quick and this costs $2400, but Apple definitely gives you a product that will last and help you enjoy your work!"
- "The new MacBook Pro exists as both a blessing and a curse. It has gotten thinner and picked up a finicky keyboard that most will love or hate (I am in the latter). The Touch Bar is neat for about 10 minutes and then you will never use it again. The lack of a tactile escape key can be a big negative for developers too. It's not bad by any means, but too little for too much expense. Stick with the 2015 model if possible."
- "MacBook Pro MPTR2LL/A is a decent laptop but what you are really paying $2,000 for is the name brand of Apple and the sleek design that is Apple's calling card. I don't think the actual hardware inside this laptop is worth 2k but if you are a die hard Apple fan and have some money to burn why not.""I've been using Macs for years and was hesitant about trying one with a Touch Bar. I know reviews haven't been great, but I find it useful. Even if you don't use it, the bar is slim and unobtrusive. Like all MacBooks, the trackpad is incredibly smooth and responsive. "
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- "I got a contracting job with a large company. After starting work I realized I needed a serios upgrade to my current laptop. I tried out and bought a MacBook Pro MPTR2LL/A. It was expensive but is really worth it I can program large applications easily now."
- " without further ado, here's our list of the best laptops for programming in 2018. Toshiba Portege Z30-C-138. The best laptop for programming. Lenovo ThinkPad E470. HP 255 G5. Apple Macbook Pro with touchbar. Microsoft Surface Pro. Google Pixelbook. Asus Chromebook Flip. Microsoft Surface Book 2 (13.5-inch)"
- "This is the perfect notebook for coding. the specs are what you would expect from an Apple laptop. It's hard to be disappointed. I can run all the stacks and environments that I need to when working, and the operating system is very intuitive while being UNIX-like along with the ability to dual-boot and virtualize other OSes. I love coding on this."
- "This is a very new model Apple Macbook Pro. This should be suitable for anyone's needs, as long as they are comfortable with the operating system and the price of this product. This is a premium product and marketed as such with a price to match. Similar laptops with these specs can be gotten for less, and I might look for one of those if I only want to code."