Are you just asking about relative performance differences? If so, what kind of usage or applications do you use?
Because while there are indeed some performance differences (caused by a number of things), there are other experiential diffidences, too. The new machine is silent. It is far lighter. It is not internally upgradeadable, and the port selection is quite a bit more limited. They are really quite different, though they are both still laptops.
There are numerous adapters that will allow HDMI port and charge port simultaneously that are relatively cheap.I went to Apple Store. A staff reminded me that if I connect the laptop to a monitor, then there will be no charging. She then recommended me to get the MacBook Pro 13" for the same price. When I asked her if it has a GPU. She asked me what GPU is and searched the web.
I have MB 2016, M5. It's connected to my Dell U2515H all the time. And it's charging as well.I went to Apple Store. A staff reminded me that if I connect the laptop to a monitor, then there will be no charging. She then recommended me to get the MacBook Pro 13" for the same price. When I asked her if it has a GPU. She asked me what GPU is and searched the web.
Without diving too deeply into I/O specifics, not all SSDs (including the particular interface technology and protocols they use) are created equally. Your 2010 laptop is limited to SATA II speeds, which means if you have a modern SATA SSD, you are not likely getting anywhere near the possible performance from it now. Not only is your maximum throughput less than the modern PCIE/NVME capabilities, but perhaps more importantly to you is that the random reads/writes are much master. Sorry if I am throwing too many acronyms and concepts at you, but in many of these applications--and in general OS usage--you will see less lag, fewer "bouncy balls", etc. If you have big Excel documents, you will notice this routinely. The same for many-layered Photosop documents. It is hard to give definitive comparison for relatively short-running things, but I use a very similar machine for some edge work and it can be 1/4 or 1/5 the time to "respond" to basic changes and inputs. Copying +1GB files back and forth is not quite that fast, but still faster than your current machine.Yes. Relative performance please.
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