Apple MacBook Pro MF839HN/A 13-inch Laptop (Core i5/8GB/128GB/OS X Yosemite/Integrated Graphics)
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- Intel Core i5 processors (13-inch model)
- Intel Iris Graphics 6100 (13-inch model)
- Up to 10 hours of battery life2 (13-inch model)
- Force Touch trackpad (13-inch model)
- Flash storage
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Description for Apple MacBook Pro MF839HN/A 13-inch Laptop (Core i5/8GB/128GB/OS X
A groundbreaking Retina display. Powerful dual-core and quad-core Intel processors. Fast flash storage. High-performance graphics. Great built-in apps. And now in the 13-inch model, a revolutionary new Force Touch trackpad and even longer battery life.1 Whatever you can imagine, MacBook Pro with Retina display gives you the power to create.
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The Must-have Apple
The Apple MacBook Pro MF839HN/A
The combination of cutting-edge technology, a stylish exterior and the brand name make this laptop a must-have product. If you are looking for a laptop that is utilitarian, feature-rich and stylish, shop online for the Apple MacBook Pro MF839HN/A today.
The Look and Display
You can carry this Apple MacBook with you everywhere you go. It measures 42.8cm x 32.3cm x 12.1cm and weighs only 1.6kg. The laptop has a rectangular, silver body with rounded edges. The screen size of the device is 13 inches and it has an IPS, LED, backlit panel. It has a display resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. This ensures an unparalleled viewing experience with crisp, vivid and sharp images.
The Apple MacBook Pro is powered by a 2.7GHz, Intel Core i5 processor. This, in addition to the 8GB DDR3 SDRAM, makes this device ideal for multitasking. All the files that you create and import will be stored in the 128GB SSD. The laptop has an Intel Iris Graphics 6100. The OS X operating system is pre-installed for your convenience. The MF839HN/A is a laptop loaded with cutting-edge technical components. Whether you want a laptop for work, or entertainment, or for your college assignments, this MacBook is a must-have product.
Communication and Connectivity
You can capture images, be a part of video-conferences or chat with friends and family with the help of the inbuilt FaceTime HD camera. This camera has a 720p resolution. The speaker sound quality is excellent and thus you get to listen to every minute detail of the audio content. You can play games, install software, burn files on CDs and DVDs, watch films, create data-backup and do much more with the help of the DVD optical drive of this Apple OS X Lion laptop. The USB 3.0 ports facilitate the import and export of files. This laptop has Thunder Bolt and the FireWire ports too. The 802.11n Wi-Fi ensures quick and uninterrupted internet access.
Battery and Input Options
The Lithium-ion battery ensures efficient power supply to keep your Apple silver laptop functioning. When charged to its full capacity, the battery can keep the Apple Mac laptop running for up to 9 hours at a stretch. Like the features of any Apple product, the input options of this Apple laptop are excellent too. The multitouch trackpad gives you superb control. There are 78 backlit keys on the keypad that facilitate fast and accurate typing, even in dimly lit environments. Since the keypad is backlit, you can work on the computer without keeping others awake at night.
In the Box
The box that your Apple MacBook Pro is packed in contains a MagSafe power adapter, an AC wall plug and a power lead. The AC adapter ensures that the power is supplied properly to the device without voltage fluctuations. You can start using your new MacBook as soon as you take the laptop out of the pack.
Apple was founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs and has its headquarters in California, USA. It is a renowned company that develops and manufactures personal computers, laptops, hardware and software. The products manufactured by Apple includes the iPhone, the iPad, the Apple TV, the Apple Watch and the iPod. iOS, iLife and iWork are some of the software developed by the company. Moreover, it offers certain services such as iCloud, iBooks, iOS App Store, iTunes, Mac App Store.
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Coming to laptop I don't want to talk about design and size as you would have seen many videos.Retina display is beautiful as you can't see any individual pixels and booting time is around 7-8 seconds.I come from Lenovo B460. It died on me after serving for 5 years and used to take 2 min to boot.Shut down is around 4-5 seconds.Speakers are so good in this laptop,Unless if you are not an audiophile there is no need for speakers,Very good engineering.Backlight keyboard is nice option during night.Coming to force touch trackpad,there are many doubts among people about this,actually this is a good feature as you can click it anywhere on the touchpad easily and its uses differ from person to person,but to me its a good option and trackpad is excellent,nothing to complain there .What else,yeah almost forgot about the best feature battery,its awesome. I am getting around 10-11 hours on moderate usage,meaning regular leafing through web,movies etc but no games.My previous laptop used to drain completely in 2 hours,so very good escalation.Camera is very good compared to many of my friends laptops.Regarding Mac OS, I will clear once and for all, I am using windows since childhood and am new to mac ,yes it is very good frankly speaking it is lucid than windows and yes I suffered in first month to use.It will take time to adjust and I can't even tell which is the best,it differs from person to person,each of them has got their own positives and negatives,its futile to have debate on that,because for example Mac OS only runs on apple systems which are mostly above 50k which are too costly laptops and windows run even on 15k laptops and serves more people.Benz cars may be better but only few buy.So nothing is Best or worst,everything is RELATIVE. Thats it.
Finally its a great and beautiful laptop,only downside is its storage capacity,At 128gb being hardcore fan of high def movies and BBC documentaries I had to have external disks by my side always.Other than this there isn't much to complain. Even spending 75k on this you can have debate,again it changes from person to person,to me as i come from 24k laptop I am totally satisfied.I ordered Topcase company case for my laptop from US on amazon India for 2000 rupees,its a beautiful marriage. For Light weight,Beautiful design, long lasting battery and cool looks go for this laptop.Thank you.
I've been a Windows PC user since 1999 when I built my first windows desktop from scratch. Until recently, I had been something of an apple basher, but over time i got frustrated with the slow, cluttery machines that windows shipped on. The Macbook Pro happened when my trusty 5 year old HP DV6 died on me suddenly last month. It was an otherwise good machine, but was a fat 4+ kg affair, with a hard hinge that needed both hands to open, dull screen, rickety plastic construction with paint flaking all over. The battery was crap and barely lasted 2 hours even with a new battery. Every time I traveled, my laptop bag alone exceeded the weight of my allowed cabin baggage! Also, owing to the weight and the near-oven temperature that it ran up, I've never been able to use it as a laptop, instead it was more of a compact desktop that I could carry around!
The two major gripes I had with all full fledged Windows laptops (not the puny Atom equipped ultrabooks) were weight and battery life. There were only two machines that ticked all my boxes: the Dell XPS13 and the Macbook Pro 2015. The Dell lost out because of the weird camera placement (bottom left) and actually being more expensive than the Mac!! In addition, I was getting it for 15% less than the official store price, which was a big relief financially. Also, after using the trackpad and experiencing force touch, I wanted to at least give the damn thing a shot - I could always move back to Windows in the next upgrade. Or even run Windows natively on the mac if I don't like OSX (that is not the case however - I think it's a superb OS)
DESIGN AND BUILD QUALITY :
The laptop is machined out of a single block of aircraft grade aluminium, and it feels amazing to touch. Each part fits into the other precisely with no gap anywhere so there are no creaks, squeaks or wobbles like I have seen with Dell and HP plastic laptops. You just have to open the lid with a single finger to see how well balanced the design is. The screen stays shut with the help of magnets which are strong enough to keep it closed while being transported, but light enough that when you lift it with a single finger, it opens up gracefully, without you having to hold the base down with another hand - no other laptop has such a smooth action. The same can be said of the gentle way the lid shuts close. Its very light at 1.5 kg and a joy to carry in one hand as well as work on the lap for hours together. The aluminium construction is not just for premium feel - it does another very functional job. The whole body of the laptop acts as a giant heat sink! Whatever little heat that the Haswell processors generate, is immediately dissipated along the large surface area of the Macbook pro, thereby diffusing the overall temperature to imperceptible levels. This is one of the reasons why the MacBooks run so cool.
The screen is a gorgeous 13 inch IPS display with 2560x1600 resolution. This translates into a vivid, bright, colourful and near perfect screen with 170+ degree viewing angles without any image degradation. The blacks are deep and rich, almost amoled quality while the whites tend to be a bit warm, leaning towards red rather than blue, to give a more 'sunny' natural feel as opposed to the 'electronic' blue tinge. The laptop comes with built in ambient light sensor like a smartphone and you can turn on auto brightness feature whereby the screen brightness automatically adjust according to surrounding light. It is coated with an anti-reflective layer which works very well in cutting out glare and background reflections, though recently it has been in the news for being prone to scratches (staingate) for which apple has promised free warranty replacement for upto 3 years. Do your research on this before buying, although only a very small proportion of notebooks are suffering from this issue.
KEYBOARD AND TRACKPAD :
The keyboard is wonderfully designed, with well separated keys that have a fair bit of travel, although not as much as a conventional mechanical keyboard. It is a joy to type on the keyboard but I miss the numeric pad on the right that's available on most larger laptops (although I do understand that there is simply no space to put that here!). The keys are backlit for those late night work sessions when you don't want to wake your family. And just like the screen, the brightness of the keyboard backlight can be controlled with one touch with a dedicated set of brightness toggles (F5 and F6 keys). Overall, its an amazing keyboard, second to none.
Now comes one of the strongest pros of this laptop. The trackpad on this thing is unparalleled! Its a large slab of glass with no moving parts. Instead, it is a capacitive surface just like your phone screen and underneath it is mounted the taptic engine. This whole configuration is called the 'Force Touch' trackpad which is unique to Apple. What this does is that it eliminates any hinges or actual physical movement from the trackpad, so you cannot actually click it; instead the trackpad provides tactile feedback by clicking back at you when it senses finger pressure. Also, it gives you varying amounts of feedback depending on the pressure you apply as it can sense multiple levels of pressure. Being a software controlled feature, the upside to this is that you get the same tactile sensation of clicking at every single point in the keyboard, unlike previous generations of trackpads where it was easier to click on the bottom and practically impossible to do so at the top left and right corners where the hinges used to be. It is much harder to describe than actually experience it. Suffice it to say that If you didn't know that this was a force touch trackpad, you'd just keep using it as a normal one without noticing the difference! However, if you do want to check it out, try clicking on the trackpad when the laptop is switched off, and you'll get no click or any other feedback as it is a software controlled feature. It's truly a marvellous feat of engineering.
The 2015 Macbook Pro is the fastest performing laptop that I have ever used. It can run through all your daily computing needs without breaking a sweat. Where it shines, is when you throw a challenge at i - like video editing. It goes through every single task i've thrown at it with aplomb without ever stuttering or slowing down. In addition to having a fast and energy efficient processor, the performance is aided by the industry leading SSD tech inside, with read/write speeds much higher than offered by any other manufacturer. Transfer speeds are blazing fast, almost to the point of being unbelievable if you've been using conventional spinning hard drives so far (like I had). The memory is so fast that sleep & wake are instantaneous! I mean literally just a second. You open the lid and the laptop is already woken up from sleep ready to work at full capacity. Full boot-up from shut down takes under 15 seconds!
The 8 GB Ram is of the DDR3 variety, clocked at 1867MHz, while most RAM out there is of the 1600MHz type, making it first among equals. Consequently, the MacBook pro is much better at multi-tasking, video work, image editing, etc. than any other laptop with conventional 8 GB RAM.
Pixel play comes from integrated Intel Iris 6100 graphics (1.5 GB), which is a power efficient and very capable graphics card.
Overall, this is a beast of a laptop which provides desktop class performance with a ultrabook class design and portability. Truly the best of both worlds.
One of our biggest concerns in today's day to day life is the fear of running out of juice before the end of the day. From our phones, to our tablets to our laptops, this is an ever present fear. However, unlike phones, the scenario in laptops is much better. Before I got the Macbook Pro, all the Windows laptops I have used (be it HP, Dell or Lenovo) have run out of juice in times ranging from 2 to 5 hours. That is what I thought normal laptop battery life was, till this wonderful feat of engineering opened my eyes. Despite having a high pixel density, bright and vivid display, latest fully specced processor, the battery consumption is frugal and for once the performance is at par with a manufacturer's claim: The battery consistently lasts me 10 to 12 hours, with everyday use that includes watching HD movies, some document editing, file transfers, youtube streaming in 720p, torrent downloads, app store updates, e-mails, as well as social media. The battery is rated to last more than 1000 full recharge cycles before performance degrades (around 3 years) and a new battery from Apple costs around Rs 10,000 as of today.
A note about the MagSafe charger: This is another defining feature of Apple Macbook range (except the 12 inch Macbook), and it is a reversible charging interface that attaches to the laptop magnetically. It is strong enough to stay latched on to the laptop while charging, but if you happen to trip over the wire or yank it out, it does not drag the laptop off the table and onto the floor. Instead, it safely detaches from the device keeping your precious 1 lakh rupee investment safe. After using this, you'll wonder how you were using regular plug in chargers for so long and why the same technology has not been applied to other devices including phones! Please note though, that the charging cables are prone to fraying at both ends if not taken care of, and the only option is to replace them when that happens. As of today, that will set you back around Rs 6500 for a new MagSafe charger.
I agree that the Macbook is expensive, but until the SurfaceBook launch by Microsoft, it's had no real challenger at all. And in a market without a worthy competitor, monopoly ensues. Look at the iPhone for example. There are a zillion phones out there that try to take it down year after year, but get shot down at some level or the other. I think it has less to do with how good Apple is, and more to do with a single company building and controlling every aspect of design, manufacturing, software and hardware, sales, distribution as well as service.
I think any other company that follows the same philosophy will churn out vastly superior products than the current generation of taped-and-glued-together devices where none of the components (tangible or otherwise) have any history together before they meet on the assembly table. However, in today's market that's easier said than done, and it is just not economically feasible for any startup (let alone existing manufacturers) to put in place the formidable sales and service network Apple has built over the last 6 years. Add to that the reputation that the fruit has built over time, and you have a self-sustaining machine of domination! Is there any other manufacturer that has a better overall service rating than Apple?
Let's ask an honest question: What's the single biggest downside to an Apple product?
If you eliminate the cost factor.... can you find a downside to this laptop? If it cost as much as the next hp or dell or lenovo, would you hesitate to buy it? How many hundreds of millions additional units do you think the Apple would sell then?
Now I understand that most laptops nowadays are built with an low profit margin, yada, yada, yada (read: higher margin for error and compromises). When you build a device with a low margin, you have to set your quality control standards sufficiently low. Because every device that comes off the assembly line that doesn't meet the standards, gets discarded. The cost of this "bad" device is therefore a loss that has to be made up in the sales of the remaining "good" devices. As the number of bad devices increases, the margins on the good ones keeps dropping, and if there is a significant manufacturing lacuna, this leads to a point of non-sustainability. So what are the only choices left with the manufacturer?
1. Scrap the design and build a new device with new materials, components, manufacturing infrastructure overhaul, etc. (not pretty - read: bankruptcy)
2. Lower the quality control acceptability bar, so that more "bad" devices get through.
That the second option is cleared by any board of directors in a heartbeat is a no-brainer. What follows is a product released to the market where every 1 in 5 to 10 pieces is defective. KNOWINGLY SUB-STANDARD. But costs can be kept low, so that's nice, right? Can't fault the manufacturer for trying to keep afloat and I can understand that.
One the other end of the spectrum, If a manufacturer were to decide that it would stick to the highest possible quality standards, discarding even mildly sub-par devices in a heartbeat, what would remain at the end of the filtering process are devices that are impeccable and uniformly comparable. They WOULD however, carry over the financial burden of their fallen brethren who didn't survive the QC assault. This makes them expensive. Add to that the quasi-religious fan following, the superlative infused brilliant product marketing by Apple, the scarcity heuristic (The harder it is to get an object, the more desirable it becomes) surrounding its products, stability of their software, a sound app ecosystem, better designed apps (also, developers get paid more per app on OSX and iOS), and you can see the customer push through the price barrier. It all depends on how anal you are about your device. If you can 'accept' certain issues because it's an 'affordable' or 'subsidized' device, good for you. If you can't - then look towards the fruit.
Now I'm not trying to justify Apple's cut-throat prices. They make the crappiest, most expensive cables that keep falling apart every couple of months, their licensing is way too expensive, number of apps available is less than windows, their policies are restrictive (to some), they are a walled garden, and so on. But it's a safe garden. The walls hold. You can sit inside and lounge in peace. It's not for everyone, but its not bad either. But this peace of mind comes at a premium. You get what you pay for.
I wish just as much as the next guy that their devices cost half of what they do. But over time, I have come to understand why they never can.
If you want an open ecosystem with freedom to 'customize', good for you. If there is a certain way you want your OS to function, if you're about freedom to choose your hardware, there is amazing variety and choice with Windows devices. But there is a bunch of people out there who either don't have the inclination or the time to care about all that. They just want a well-designed laptop that works without a freeze, or an app crash, or a random reboot, or is virus prone, and doesn't run on last year's software, while having the ability to natively run both Mac OSX as well as Windows. Those that value industrial design, premium materials, ease of use, long battery life and intuitive software. That bunch of people will feel right at home with this machine.
Note: I have also reviewed the 256 GB version Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A 13-inch Laptop (Core i5/8GB/256GB/OS X Yosemite/Intel Iris Graphics 6100) HERE: https://www.amazon.in/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A19GXE1TAGQPCW/ref=pdp_new_read_full_review_link?ie=UTF8&page=1&sort_by=MostRecentReview#R1UHH289N09OE4
and the 512 GB version Apple MacBook Pro MF841HN/A 13-inch Laptop (Core i5/8GB/512GB/OS X Yosemite/Intel Iris Graphics 6100) HERE: https://www.amazon.in/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A19GXE1TAGQPCW/ref=pdp_new_read_full_review_link?ie=UTF8&page=1&sort_by=MostRecentReview#R26Y9H29BPM2K7.
Please check them out if you want to.
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