It's a high price for a new screen and fast processor as Apple updates its Macbook Pro range
Hot on the heels of the new iPad, Apple has updated its Macbook Pro range with high resolution displays.
Apple has squeezed 5.1 million pixels into the new 15 inch display – that's three million more than an HD television – and the screen has a resolution of 2880 x 1880.
The new Macbook Pro uses solid-state drive (SSD) storage as standard and an SSD with up to 768GB of storage can be included. Apple says this will make the laptop faster and will give it a longer battery life.
In keeping with its other high-end specs, the processor inside the new Macbook Pro is also top of the range. Apple has opted for Intel's new Core i7 Ivy Bridge model, running at speeds up to 3.7 Ghz. The laptop also has USB 3, HDMI and Thunderbolt ports, as well as an SD card slot.
Two versions of the new Macbook Pro are available now, with prices starting at £1799.
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