RMB or MBP

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Aloha_808, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. Aloha_808 macrumors newbie

    Aloha_808

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    Hi I have the 2015 13 inch macbook pro and it is a really good laptop for school. I have seen the Rose Gold Retina Macbook and I really like it because it matches my phone and it is extremely portable and light. Can you please tell me if it is worth it or not.
     
  2. andreyush macrumors 6502

    andreyush

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  3. SteveJUAE macrumors 68000

    SteveJUAE

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    If you can afford/justify the loss on a relatively new laptop to replace it with the rMB then yes (outside of colour) it's a great portable device for school work and general use and if you carry your MBP constantly during the day you will appreciate the rMB more.

    Financially and spec wise the swap would make little sense to most but if it fits your wallet/purse and needs then get it and enjoy :)
     
  4. Samuelsan2001 macrumors 603

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    Of course we can't, you have given no indication of what your usage for a laptop, is from battery life to performance to connectivity and the trade off against portability we would need to know what apps you used and how, how much travel and battery use you had. And of course we'd have to be in your head to know what you were willing to accept in exchange for something that looks nice once we knew all those things.

    So look up your apps and wether the macbook performance suits your usage using google then determine wether the trade offs are worth it over what you have.
     
  5. mtneer macrumors 68020

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    If you are thinking about it, then it is not a wise move. Now, if you (or your parents) are blessed financially and "want" to own something new and shiny, go for it. But logically, I don't think replacing a 2015 MBP is a good spend of your money.
     
  6. Hung_Solo macrumors member

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    Unless you just happen to have a bunch of money to throw away, keep the Macbook Pro.
     

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