Apple's latest next gen MacBook Pro has the highest resolution screen in laptop history. It's got a 2800 x 1800 resolution on a 15.4 inch screen, which means, that's well over 5 million pixels. Your HDTV is the stuff of old stories now. With a pixel density of 220 PPI, seamless when you'r estaring at it from a normal computer distance.
Just to compare, the current 15-inch Pro drives a mere 1440×900.
Not only is the next gen Macbook Pro more powerful, it's also thinner than a finger, and it weighs 4.5 pounds and it's packed with Intel's fastest new Ivy Bridge processors, Quad Core 2.7 GHz of processing packed with Nvidia's Kepler GeForce GT 650M.
There's a 768 GB SSD drive on this thing, and two thunderbolt ports, HDMI, an SD card, USB 3.0 and "MagSafe 2". There's no ethernet port or optical drive, which they say is old tech, and that's a big part of what keeps this thing so sleek.
The "MacBook pro with Retina Display," starts at $2200 with a 2.3 GHz Ivy Bridge processor, 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 SSD. Ships today. For higher performance at—2.7 GHz processor, 16 GB of RAM, and the 768 GB SSD, it'll hit you $3750.