MacBook Pro 14-inch and 16-inch review (2021) Apple’s mighty Macs | Engadget

The screens are a sharp 254 pixels per inch, with a 3,024 by 1,964 resolution on the 14-inch and 3,456 by 2,234 on the 16-inch. Once you start speccing that machine up, though, youll likely pay close to $2,500.On the whole, these computers have practically everything wed want in a powerful notebook. The bigger model now starts at $2,499, $100 more than the Intel version.Both notebooks still look like MacBook Pros, with sleek unibody aluminum cases. They're also heavier than you'd expect: the 14-inch model comes in at 3.5 pounds, while the 16-inch varies between 4.7 and 4.8 pounds, depending on the chip you choose. Sure, youll still need adapters to connect older USB Type-A devices, but at least you can offload photos and video without extra gear. If you wanted a big-screen Mac notebook for video editing over the past year, you were stuck paying a premium for outdated Intel and AMD hardware. But, honestly, the notch isn't a big deal.Apple wisely pushed the MacOS menu bar around the camera, so it's really just taking up space that would go unused anyway.
Our 14-inch review model was equipped with an M1 Pro sporting 16 GPU cores, 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. The 16-inch had the 32 GPU core M1 Max, a 2TB SSD and a whopping 64GB of RAM. (This, by the way,… [+6428 chars]