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[Can it Game?] Hands-On with 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina display

Noble Press: We go hands on with a 2012 MacBook Pro with Retina Display. Needless to say I would love to own one. Can it game? Watch the video to find out.

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adorie1405d ago

You get what you pay for huh... not with Capitalism.

This laptop provides form, function and is simple...

But it is not worth 2k+... if you bought a gaming laptop for that much it would chew this macbook pro up and digest it.

We all know what happens after digestion.

D2-E21401d ago

At the end of the day someone that is looking to game is not going to buy a MacBook Pro. This video was created to show that those who need the MacBook Pro for task such as Video Editing, or design work can still have their cake and eat it.

cheetorb1405d ago (Edited 1404d ago )

I wouldn't buy a macbook pro for games just like i wouldn't buy a pc for graphics, audio and video work.

I do agree $2000 is dumb for any laptop.

Vortex3D1404d ago

While dual-display output has been around on the PC for more than a decade, Apple is the first to make it standard.

I'm very curious how the fixed screen resolution app look on the Retina display. I was at Compusa store but they wouldn't let me get deep into the controls. Even at Display setting, it doesn't show me the actual resolution the screen is running at.

Second is running older app that has fixed resolution that doesn't work with dual-display mode. How does Mac get around it?