Is it worthy to change my MBP 13inch 2012 to rMBP 13inch?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Enkidu24, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. Enkidu24, Oct 23, 2012
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    Enkidu24 macrumors newbie

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    That´s the point!

    I bought the last June my MBP 13inch with 8 GB RAM - 750 GB - i7 2,90 Ghz + AppleCare.

    I could sell my MBP for 1200€ I paid almost 1800€ but I have serious doubts about buying the new one.

    Is it worthy? I would buy it with 256 SSD.

    Any advices??

    Thanks and sorry about my english:)
     
  2. mohsy90 macrumors 65816

    mohsy90

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    No, save your money and get an SSD for your current MBP. Only reason I see to get it, is if you need to HAVE the retina display.
     
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  4. MaxPower72 macrumors 6502

    MaxPower72

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    save your money and buy SSD and RAM if you haven't already. Don't fall for the retina frenzy.
    High Def displays is the way things are heading so you'll be better off keeping your actual MBP for a little longer and then switch to retina when things are better defined hardware wise and they worked out the issues. People are acting almost like if this our only chance ever to get a MBP with retina display because they'll disappear from the face of the Earth anytime. They are making millions of these machines, so no rush, think before you spend.

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    no, same hardware.
     
  5. Muscle Master macrumors 6502a

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    + taking the performance hit from the retina display

    Anyone is stupid for buying a spec'd out 13 for a base 15
     
  6. cstm macrumors regular

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    I have the 13 inch mbp and everytime I open it up I feel like I'm in the 1990's coming from a rmbp. The screen and thinness makes a huge difference.
     

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