Mac Book Pro with Retina Display for Photographers
Mac Book Pro with Retina Display for Photographers

Consumer Reports just said the following about the new Macs with Retina display

“The bottom line: If you’re a professional photographer or serious amateur, the extra $400 for the better retina display is probably worth it. But if you buy the retina version, remember to update your accessories and software to keep up with faster technologies such as the speedy flash drive in the MacBook Pro with Retina display (the other MacBook Pro comes standard with a traditional hard drive that’s slower, although flash drives are available at extra cost).”

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In stock at Amazon – Macbook Pro with retina display

I have last years Macbook Pro with SSD drive and I can tell you that it is so blazing fast – get the 8GB of Ram.   Now we just need to wait for Lightroom to release an update that takes advantage of the Retina display or if you are an Apeture user go ahead and pull the trigger, Aperture has an updated version that works very nicely with the new retina display.  The suite of Adobe products will likely be updated with the next dot release, within the next three months.


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