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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by DHagan4755, Jul 6, 2014.
The subject says it all...
I'm rocking a 15".
I used to rock a 13"...but I wanted to rock a bigger one, so I'm rocking a 15" now.
It's better rocking a 15" because the screen is bigger.
It really rocks...
I have a 15" MBP, but it doesn't rock.
Using a 15" but I still have a 13" which exclusively boots Windows 7 to keep Pro Tools around...
The only Mac which rocks due to natural case warp is my 12" PowerBook G4, it wobbles to the mini-subwoofer bass when you blast Cave-In's "Lift Off" in iTunes...
I will be buying a 15"
I think it's also a good idea to post a short description of what you use it for.
For me it's going to be pretty much my only computer, mostly for school.
I've been lusting after a 15" for a while now. I tried a hands on at the apple store and it felt like I had so much space to work with. Those extra 2 inches really do make all the difference.
I prefer the 17-inch MacBook Pro but since they don't make it any more I had to get the 15-inch to replace my early 2009 model.
Using my 13 inch early 2011 and love the form factor, also have some MacBooks both 13 inch and a powerbook 12 inch.
I'm rocking the 13" 2.6/8/256 late 2013 MBPr.
I love it!
I'm working off two 13" rMBPs and one 15" rMBP (both Haswells).
13" rMBP (2.4/4/128) - won in a raffle
13" rMBP (2.8 i7/16/512) - bought it because the 13" from the raffle was underpowered for my needs
15" rMBP (2.6/16/1TB/750M) - my portable workhorse
If Apple launches a 17" one weighting like a 15", that would be my choice.
- 2.1kg max.
- 32GB RAM
- i7 hexa-core
- up to dual PCIe storage
- 10h battery life
15" rmbp! Got it last week! Before that it was the late 2011 MacBook Pro 13"!
Whatever size this will work with ......
Late 2011 13" and Late 2006 15". I wish I'd have gotten another 15, 13" is just meh.
I still use Late 2008 17" MacBook Pro. Vintage.
That's what she said
13 here. It's the absolute perfect size for portability while still being large enough to get work done. Used for school, and leisure work.
I have the 13" retina MacBook Pro and I regret not getting the 15". The 13" was just so much lighter, but I realize now that portability isn't as important for me as it used to be, and the extra two inches in screen real estate really is a much bigger difference in person than it sounds like on paper.
I used to have a 15-inch Dell laptop before I got my 13-inch MBP and at first it was hard to get used to that screen-size reduction.
That said now after having this computer for about 3 years, I can't do larger laptops. It's just so awkward for me. I've just like smaller displays I guess. the iPad Air is too big for me, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is too big for me, heck the rumored 4.7in iPhone and my 4.7in Moto X are both pushing it for me.
Every time I go into the Apple Store and I use the 15 inch Pro it feels like I'm using a massive piece of equipment. Even the 27in iMac feels too big to me!
I LOVE the 13 inch model though. I just wish I could get the power of the 15-inch Pros with Quad-Core i5s/i7s and dedicated graphics cards but with the 13 inch screen size. Hopefully one day it'll happen.
Oddly enough I have a 32" TV and sometimes I find it being almost too small, and I want to get myself 20-24" display for external use on my computer. I guess I'm just really weird :/
Interesting Poll results so far, especially since the 13" MacBook Pro is the best selling Mac.
15" mbp, though I wish it was a couple of lbs lighter...
15 inch rMBP