The Retina display is not included in all models of the new MacBook Pro. In fact, only one model features the coveted screen.
Among the highlights of the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2012 (WWDC12) was the unveiling on June 11 of an entirely updated line of MacBook Pro computers, including a MacBook with a Retina display that stole the show. The new MacBook Pro models might seem like a fine option. After all, they combine some of the best features of past MacBooks with the high-quality screen found in Apple's iPhone and iPad. But are the MacBook Pros right for your office? While the devices offer impressive computing power and fine-tuned design, they also carry a hefty price tag. Here are nine quick facts to help you decide whether you need to drop several thousand bucks on a new MacBook Pro.
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