Apple showed up the entire tech industry yesterday with its yearly WWDC conference, where it presented improvements to its existing operating systems like the iOS (which will soon be up to iOS6) and OSX (which is being upgraded with Mountain Lion).
Apple’s biggest unveiling at the event yesterday was their introduction of a new line of MacBook Pros with Retina Display—all of which was in addition to the yearly upgrade of the MacBook Air and the regular MacBook Pro.
The MacBook Pro with Retina Display offers the same graphics fidelity as seen on the iPhone and the new iPad, offering an unprecedented resolution of 2880×1800 at 220 pixels per inch. The new MacBook Pro with Retina Display carries Quad Core processors by Intel, up to 16 gigs of memory, and blazing fast flash-based storage. It’ll even r un videogames thanks to its powerful graphics card, the NVidia Kepler.
The MacBook Pro with Retina Display will set you back at least $2,200, so pick one up right now. For everything that comes with it, the price could be considered a steal.