Resolved Is mine the most powerful Notebook made by Apple at this moment?

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    At this moment I am writing with the last MacBook on the right (as you can see in the screenshot) upgraded at the maximum possible (except the processor: 2,6GHz instead of 2,8GHz).
    I want to be sure that my MacBook is the best choice.
     

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    Even if your are Italian you should be able to appreciate that no-one can answer this question for you as you haven't provided ANY clue as to your intended usage or requirements.

    Provide a better, more detailed question and you will get a more meaningful response...
     
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    If you do basic stuff then any Mac will do. If you do extreme stuff then you may want the better model.

    Se fate cose di base, allora qualsiasi Mac farà. Se lo fai cose estreme, allora potreste pensare il modello migliore.
     
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    But is it hard to understand that mine is a question to be sure since I already have the most powerful MacBook?!
     
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    Are there alternatives more powerful? (only Notebooks made by Apple)
     
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    At this moment I am writing with the last MacBook on the right (as you can see in the screenshot) upgraded at the maximum possible (except the processor: 2,6GHz instead of 2,8GHz).
    I want to be sure that my MacBook is the best choice.
     

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    MacBook Pro is most powerful notebook from Apple.
     
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    MacBook Pro is not the most powerful Notebook made by Apple! The most powerful Notebook made by Apple at this moment is the last at the right (in the screenshot) upgraded at the maximum possible (except the processor: 2,6GHz instead of 2,8GHz). It is just the Notebook I purchased three months ago.

    AM I WRONG?
     
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    That IS a Macbook Pro. The one on the right IS a MacBook Pro.
     
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    Someone might think that you meant the MacBook Pro without the retina display!
     
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    That one is old and will disappear soon.
     
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    And what are your opinions about the MacBooks Air (the first and the second on the left in the screenshot)?
     
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    macBook air is very light and portable, but it is weak and not good for gaming.
     

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