Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch Price in Hong Kong & Specs

Apple’s MacBook Pro 15-inch is a Mac OS X laptop that features a Intel Core i5 that’s rated at 2.4GHz and paired with 4GB of RAM. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a NVIDIA graphics card that shows on a 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels display. It comes with a 0.320TB SSD and weighs at only 2.54kg. The laptop comes with 1 Year.
Apple’s MacBook Pro 15-inch is a Mac OS X laptop that features a Intel Core i5 that’s rated at 2.4GHz and paired with 4GB of RAM. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a NVIDIA graphics card that shows on a 15.4" 1440 x 900pixels display. It comes with a 0.320TB SSD and weighs at only 2.54kg. The laptop comes with 1 Year.

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Price List by Country for Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch

Country International Price Price in HKD
Indonesia IDR 29.199.000 HK$ 0.00
Malaysia MYR 8,299.00 HK$ 0.00
Philippines PHP 63,922.00 HK$ 0.00
Singapore SGD 2,788.00 HK$ 0.00

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Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
Model15
DateNov 2013
Processor
Processor frequency2.4 GHz
Processor family3rd gen Intel® Core™ i7
Processor modeli7-3635QM
Processor boost frequency3.4 GHz
Processor cores4
Processor threads8
System bus rate5 GT/s
Processor cache6 MB
Processor cache typeSmart Cache
Processor socketBGA 1224
Processor lithography22 nm
Processor operating modes64-bit
Processor seriesIntel Core i7-3600 Mobile Series
Processor codenameIvy Bridge
Bus typeDMI
Thermal Design Power (TDP)35 W
Tjunction105 °C
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes16
PCI Express slots version3.0
PCI Express configurations1x16,1x8,2x4,2x8
ECC supported by processorNo
Memory
Internal memory8 GB
Internal memory typeDDR3-SDRAM
Memory clock speed1600 MHz
Optical drive
Optical drive typeNo
LightScribeNo
Display
Display diagonal39.1 cm (15.4")
Display resolution2880 x 1800 pixels
TouchscreenNo
Aspect ratio16:10
LED backlightYes
Display surfaceGloss
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
HDMI ports quantity1
HDMI version1.4
DVI portNo
Thunderbolt ports quantity2
Headphone outputs1
S/PDIF out portNo
Microphone inNo
DC-in jackYes
ExpressCard slotNo
CardBus PCMCIA slot typeNo
SmartCard slotNo
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight2.02 kg
Width358.9 mm
Depth247.1 mm
Height18 mm
Keyboard
Numeric keypadNo
Pointing deviceTrackpad
Keyboard layoutQWERTZ
Keyboard backlitYes
Island-style keyboardYes
Full-size keyboardYes
Networking
BluetoothYes
3GNo
Wi-FiYes
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Ethernet LANNo
Bluetooth version4.0
WWANNo
4G WiMAXNo
Storage
Total storage capacity256 GB
Storage mediaFlash
Card reader integratedYes
Flash memory256 GB
Compatible memory cardsSD,SDHC,SDXC
Software
Operating system installedMac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion
Design
Colour of productSilver
Product typeNotebook
Form factorClamshell
Graphics
On-board graphics adapterYes
Discrete graphics adapterYes
On-board graphics adapter modelIntel® HD Graphics 4000
Discrete graphics adapter modelNVIDIA GeForce GT 650M
On-board graphics adapter familyIntel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics adapter base frequency650 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)1200 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)3
On-board graphics adapter ID0x166
Discrete graphics memory typeGDDR5

Reviews of Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch

notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2014-07-07
Build quality and haptics, Robust aluminum case, High-resolution display with wide viewing angles, System and gaming performance, Battery runtime, Sound from the stereo speakers, Input devices
Heat development, Only 12 months warranty from Apple, No maintainability of the components, Clearly audible under load, Limited port variety, Prices for Thunderbolt adaptors
With the introduction of the Retina-series in 2012 , which was equipped with an IPS panel and 2880x1800 pixels, Apple was the first company to integrate ultra high-resolution displays in this notebook category. Thanks to its pixel density of 220 DPI , the...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-18
I've already written about Apple's refurbishment process, and whether or not it's worth the massive savings . I've already written about how much I hated my Microsoft Surface Pro , and the reason behind my motivation to switch.And now, as I close in on tw...
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infoworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-30
Gigabit Wi-Fi is starting to appear in mobile devices, so we got our hands on three smartphones and two laptops running the 802.11ac standard and put them to the test. Though you won't see anywhere near Gigabit speeds in real-world environments, our testi...
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networkworld.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-16
Apple's newest 15-in. MacBook Pro looks just like last year's model but delivers on faster performance and solid battery life, says columnist Michael deAgonia.The 15-in. MacBook Pro has been my go-to machine since before it was called the MacBook Pro and ...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-16
We made a puzzling discovery while benchmarking some new and old Thunderbolt 1.0 storage devices. We were testing them on both a (27-inch, Late 2013) iMac 3.4GHz Core i7 and (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013) MacBook Pro 2.6GHz Core i7. The large sequential...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-11
Back in 2012, Apple launched its first 15-inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display and we called it " the laptop from the future ." Now packed with better specs, better battery life and a lower price, is the 2013 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro Apple's ultimate no...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-08
Is the laptop dead? Every month, some new study hammers home the point that people are spending more and more time with smartphones and tablets. All the while, those big, blocky laptops on our desks end up gathering dust — or so the theory goes.That theor...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-02
How fast is the 2013 Retina MacBook Pro compared to the 'best' early 2012 Retina MacBook Pro? And how do both compare to the 'best' 2013 iMac? We have a sampling of games plus Heaven and Valley results...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-01
How fast is the 2013 Retina MacBook Pro compared to the 'best' early 2012 Retina MacBook Pro? And how do both compare to the 'best' 2013 iMac? We have twelve tests that should help answer those questions...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-31
Faster flash storage, Better battery life, Better battery life, Faster flash storage, Equipped with both integrated and discrete graphics
No discrete graphics, Pricey
Recently Apple released its second update to the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. These Late 2013 MacBook Pros keep the same 2880 by 1800 resolution Retina display as its predecessor, but use the latest quad-core Haswell processors, Iris Pro graph...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-27
Back in June 2012 we described the original 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display as “the gold standard” for high-end notebooks; now, Apple is back with its refreshed version, swapping in Intel's latest Haswell processors and graphics, but keeping the h...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-26
Fast, quad-core Haswell CPU, Great construction, great keyboard, and the only trackpad we prefer to a mouse, Excellent screen that looks even better now that many apps support it, Good battery life (and for some tasks, great battery life), A nice mix of s...
Still no cellular option on any MacBooks, though Apple would probably say that a tethered iPhone is the cellular option, Non-upgradeable RAM and a non-standard SSD make upgrades difficult-to-impossible after purchase
2013 is bringing the Retina MacBook Pro to the mainstream.Well, as mainstream as high-end Macs can be, anyway. When the first Retina MacBook Pro was released back in 2012 , it came with great hardware and a beautiful screen, but only Apple's applications ...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-25
Brilliant Retina Display. Almost nine hours of battery life. Comes with iLife and iWork software suites. Two Thunderbolt 2 ports. HDMI. Higher than 1080p HD screen. Intel Iris Pro graphics performs like discrete GPUs.
Glossy screen. Ethernet requires adapter
The Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch (2013) ($1,999 list) is the Retina Display-equipped system that power users have been waiting for. Take last year's excellent Retina Display upgrade and thinner chassis, then add a powerful Intel Core i7 processor with integr...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-25
The second generation of Apple's Retina-screen MacBook Pro adds internal upgrades to its Wi-Fi, Thunderbolt, SSD, graphics card and CPU. The result is a faster laptop with better battery life and a lower starting price
The changes are internal-only, and not significant enough to upgrade if you have last year's version. At $1,999 to start, this is still a very expensive laptop. Both the 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro have much better battery life
Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro, recently updated to current-generation Intel CPUs (just in time for the holiday shopping season), retains its position as a favorite premium laptop for power-users. But that long-awaited upgrade, introduced at an Apple pres...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-24
Beautiful display, Fantastic, consistent performance, Great keyboard and touchpad
Expensive, Some apps and websites still aren't ready for a Retina world
Recently, I've upgraded the experience quite a bit. I don't get coffee, and as soon as I commandeer a seat, I open up the new 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. The 4.46-pound laptop has a gorgeous screen, a fast processor, and a truck of a graphics...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-23
Excellent overall performance and graphics power, Blazing fast flash storage, Very long battery life, Fantastic Retina Display, iLife and iWork included for free, Compact and light design for 15-inch notebook
Fan can get noisy, Display suffers from glare outdoors, Bottom towards back runs warm,
With its crazy-sharp 2880 x 1800-pixel resolution, the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display set a new standard for laptop screens when it debuted last year. Since then, Windows notebook makers have rolled out Retina-like competitors, but now Apple is o...
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gadgetguy.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-10-31
Typical beautifully designed machine; Brilliant screen; Not an Ultrabook, and yet insanely thin; Includes 802.11ac technology, even though new iPhones and iPads don't; Decent battery life;
Only two USB 3.0 ports; It puts other computers to shame;
Apple’s already excellent MacBook Pro receives an update from Intel’s latest line of processors, complimenting the top-notch screen most PCs are envious of. Is this the best laptop around? It’s been one year since Apple phased out its 17 inch MacBook...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-10-26
The second generation of Apple's Retina-screen MacBook Pro adds internal upgrades to its Wi-Fi, Thunderbolt, SSD, graphics card and CPU. The result is a faster laptop with better battery life and a lower starting price
The changes are internal-only, and not significant enough to upgrade if you have last year's version. At $1,999 to start, this is still a very expensive laptop. Both the 13-inch MacBook Air and Pro have much better battery life
Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro, recently updated to current-generation Intel CPUs (just in time for the holiday shopping season), retains its position as a favorite premium laptop for power-users. But that long-awaited upgrade, introduced at an Apple press e...
Read more >
apcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-14
Apple's new Retina-spec'd MacBook Pro is more than just the desirable screen its name suggests. Instead, Apple has addressed all four of the key areas we look toward in a laptop upgrade: screen, speed, battery life and portability. On the outside, ...
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