The revolutionary MacBook Pro M2…

Recently, Apple officially unveiled a new mobile processor named M2. This got quite a few positive reviews. The novelty was made with the help of 5 nanometer technology, and in total it has 20 billion transistors available for data conversion. That’s 25 percent more than the Apple M1 processor. The data transfer rate is up to 100 Gbps, or half of what it is with the M1 processor.

Apple’s first M2-powered device is the MacBook Pro 13. It’s of course much more powerful than its predecessors. That is why Apple is convinced that even the most demanding users will be impressed by the newcomer. As a result, the novelty in Europe is not cheap. The entry-level version of the MacBook Pro 13 (8 GB memory, 256 GB SSD) is set at 1629 euros. For the most powerful (24 GB memory, 2 TB SSD), 3,009 euros should be deducted.

Apple MacBook Pro 13 is available with up to 24GB system memory. This is eight gigabytes more than the model with an M1 processor, and the memory speed is half as high. A solid state drive of up to 2TB will be available to users. A charged battery should provide up to 20 hours of autonomy. In terms of connectivity, there are Thunderbolt and Wi-Fi 6 connections. Therefore, there is no fear of running out of computing power both at work and in entertainment.

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