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2019 Apple MacBook Pro (16-inch, 16GB RAM, 1TB Storage, 2.3GHz Intel Core i9) - Silver - SoppiGO
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2019 Apple MacBook Pro (16-inch, 16GB RAM, 1TB Storage, 2.3GHz Intel Core i9) – Silver

$2,649.99

  • Ninth-generation 8-Core Intel Core i9 Processor
  • Stunning 16-inch Retina Display with True Tone technology
  • Touch Bar and Touch ID
  • AMD Radeon Pro 5500M Graphics with GDDR6 memory
  • Ultrafast SSD
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Specification: 2019 Apple MacBook Pro (16-inch, 16GB RAM, 1TB Storage, 2.3GHz Intel Core i9) – Silver

Product Dimensions 9.68 x 14.09 x 0.64 inches, 4.3 Pounds
Item Weight 4.3 pounds
Manufacturer Apple Computer
ASIN B081FTNGNC
Item model number MVVM2LL/A
Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Date First Available November 13, 2019

7 reviews for 2019 Apple MacBook Pro (16-inch, 16GB RAM, 1TB Storage, 2.3GHz Intel Core i9) – Silver

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  1. A. Carvalho

    A máquina é excelente e compacta para o que oferece. O único problema é a escassez de acessórios adequados ao tamanho (capas, carregadores etc).

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  2. Mike

    If you’ve been waiting for Apple to wake up and address the concerns raised by the Apple community — your wait is now over. This is the MacBook Pro we’ve all been wanting for years. This review is for the higher end model, stock.

    The good.

    – Keyboard. It’s fantastic. The key travel has been extended to 1mm, which is about half of the original keyboard found on the 2015 and prior model years. It feels just as good to type on because apple improved the tactile feedback. The keys sort of spring back. The keyboard is quiet and very comfortable to type on. The keys are slightly smaller but do not make typing on them any more difficult. The directional arrows are now properly setup and the physical Esc key is back, making it a breeze to flip through open applications.

    – Screen. The difference in size is subtle but noticeable. It’s technically even more dense, but just barely. You won’t notice much difference from recent MacBook Pros but true to Apple, the display is absolutely gorgeous. The 0.6 inch difference in size retains the same logical resolution, so everything should look just slightly bigger which I welcome.

    – Processor. The base model has the same chipset as the 2019 15.4″ model. The performance, however, is about 10% better due to significantly improved airflow and larger heatsinks. The issue of heat related throttling has been largely addressed. On the upper model, the machine now comes with 8 cores and serious performance bump. There is literally nothing you can throw at this MacBook that it won’t handle with breeze.

    – Graphics. The traditional setup is still here. You have the onboard Intel chipset, which operates when the demand for visual performance is low. You also have a discrete AMD chip which delivers significant improvement over the previous generation. In fact, the base model delivers performance in excess of the upper spec Vega chipset from last year. The leap is extraordinary. As before, the system will automatically choose which graphics card to use depending on demand.

    – Sound. In one world, amazing. Imagine Apple took a HomePod and flattened it to fit it in the housing of the MacBook Pro. That is essentially the experience. Bass is pronounced and crisp and treble is sharp. The sound is rich and room-filling. There are six speakers instead of two in the last generation.

    -Microphone. Major improvements with three mics instead of one in the previous generation. I use the MacBook to make calls using an iPhone and the sound on the other end is clear and free from background noice. I’ve been told it sounds a lot better than before, but that is of course subjective. On paper, you’re getting better noise reduction and improved sound fidelity.

    – Touch Bar. Controversial in the past, I think it may now be the “happy medium” between physical keys and the useful Touch Bar which adapts to the content on the screen. The Esc key is back and on the right hand side you’ll find Touch ID and power button.

    – SSD. You’ll love the fact that now base starting size of the SSD has been doubled on both the entry model and the upper model with 512GB and 1TB respectively.

    – Gaming. This has to be mentioned. The graphics card offers incredible leap in performance. Modern games that would get 14-16FPS on high setting now perform at 35-40FPS with ease. Same settings. Same games. Huge improvement. It’s now possible to play AAA games on the MacBook Pro with reasonable performance and high visual settings.

    – Productivity. This machine is a beast. I use the full Affinity suite and do some limited video editing. In addition, I have multiple productivity programs open, over a dozen Safari tabs, two email clients, and dozens of other apps, such as CRM, task managers, notes, etc. Everything runs smoothly.

    – Value. Yes, value. This expensive laptop brings the best value in the lineup of the 15.”4 (now 16″) offering to date. If you carefully look at the costs of truly compatible Windows offerings, you’ll find the MacBook Pro to be competitively priced.

    The Bad

    – Weight. The machine is slightly heavier but I welcome the added bulky. Finally Apple went with functionality over its obsession with thiner and lighter hardware, giving us a machine with proper thermal management, proper keyboard and more. But if you plan on taking it with you places, you’ll feel the extra bulk.

    – BTO Updates. The cost of BTO options is still quite high, with the noted exception of the 8GB option on the GPU. You’re still paying a significant premium for each incremental upgrade over the base model.

    To sum up — This is the best MacBook Pro in many years. It’s a well-rounded, powerful machine that brings about incredible performance and value. I would highly recommend it to any Pro.

    If you’re upgrading from the 13″ model and wonder how much more real estate you can expect, see attached side-by-side comparison photo.

    Update 3/15/20 — Absolutely a beast of a machine. I love it. It has been pretty much perfect and its performance continues to surprise me. I have the top-speced model and it smokes pretty much everything I’ve used to date. In fact, it will perform on par with the new Mac Pro base configuration. Don’t believe me? Google it. This is by far the best MacBook Pro to date and an amazing value. Well worth the price of admission if you need it.

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  3. Cliente Amazon

    A nota fiscal poderia ficar disponivel no site para casos de mkt place, tirando isso tudo ok até o momento.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    So disappointed…..As soon as I added Lightroom and started process photos, the laptop began to “click” during the processing phase! Obviously this isn’t normal; currently in the process of returning 🙁

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  5. Amazon Customer

    The new magic keyboard is awesome.

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  6. Yes

    Edit: The prices change quite a bit, and Amazon doesn’t do price-matching, so keep an eye out for that. There’s a website that shows the lowest price for each configuration, so check that out first before buying. I ended up returning my i7 MBP to get the i9 because 512GB of space just isn’t that much, and definitely wasn’t enough for my purposes. Both are excellent machines and I’m waiting to see how hot the i9 gets under sustained load.

    I used to have a lot of apple products, with my last macbook being the 2012 13 and 15″ macbook pros. I ended up giving those to friends as I transitioned to a new windows-based laptop for college.

    7 years later, and I finally had a compelling reason to purchase the newest MBP: a normal keyboard, USB C, larger screen, and improved thermals. My main gripe with thin and light laptops like the Dell XPS 13 and Thinkpad X1 Carbon (6th gen) has been that their thermals are awful. My hands would burn up while typing, even after a good repaste and undervolt. It also didn’t help that their screens were on the smaller side.

    I’ve had the new MBP for a few days now. I bought the base model i7, and while I’m enjoying it, I do wish I sprung for the i9 at the very least due to the 1TB of storage. I have handfuls of external storage, but it really gets annoying to have to go through different drives when storage fills up. I do use more storage than a typical user IMO, as I typically have Bootcamp installed along with different CAD programs, IDEs, datasets, etc. However, I’m sure the extra storage would be nice for anyone.

    So far, the transition has been great! My only issue so far has been the battery life – 10 to 11 hours is definitely a stretch, and I personally found myself running out of battery after 4-5 hours of heavy multi-tasking, fans at a constant 60% (basically inaudible in a packed starbucks), at full brightness, with a lot of external power-hungry peripherals. Honestly, that’s not that bad!

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  7. CS

    The performance differences between it and it’s predecessor are marginal, at best …
    Yet you are being asked to pay $2400 for membership. Think back to around 2015, when the previous gen entry cost was still $ 2000, then they changed it to $2400. For that, you got shafted with a crap keyboard, a failing display, an identity crisis for a touch-bar, and less connectivity.
    Now that this latest model came out and people are buying it, they are bolstering Apple’s position: never apologize for hardware issues, make ppl pay extra for AppleCare+, give folks a real working keyboard and make it look like they are doing you a favor so the prices are …. what …. justified ?
    Apple’s pricing schemes make you wonder if they think they can get ppl to believe that hardware is actually comparable to a commodity, or something like that.
    Lastly, you do not know what kind of quality issues lurk behind these new models ….

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