Seeing as the new retina pro is "MacBookPro 10,1" I googled "MacBookPro 10,2" which I assume would be the model for the 13 inch and it comes up with this: http://burgos.emeraldion.it/mbl/list/MacBookPro10,2 I have never heard of this minibatterylogger but it seems they log battery results from machines kind of like geekbench. You can look at older models, including the new "old style" MacBook Pros (9,1 for the 15", 9,2 for the 13") I have no idea how easy this would be to fake, but the result was uploaded on the 25th April, which was before we knew that the new MacBook Pros would use the 10,x identifier (though that wouldn't be hard to guess.) Also the battery capacity seems in line for what you'd expect from a retina 13 inch. It has a manufacturer date of 1st March. What do people think?