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Which Macbook is the best?
The Apple MacBook Pro, Apple Macbook Air and Mini Mac take everything Apple fans love and puts it all into flexible, portable and powerful devices. The Apple Mac revolutionized design, and the latest MacBook range continues that impressive tradition. They’re ridiculously slim and tough, meaning they look great and can cope with whatever everyday life throws at them.
If you love the Apple Macbook, then you’ll love the new Macbook Pro. The same goes for the Macbook Air. Both new Macbook products give you everything you could want in a laptop. And the new Macbook range looks great too, with colours that include:
- Space Grey
How much is an Apple Macbook?
Musiclab's new Macbook Pro and Macbook Air range comes in two different models:
- 512 GB SSD
- 256 GB SSD
This gives you flexibility when choosing a Macbook, and makes the Macbook range attractive to a wider range of budgets. Whether you’re after a new or previous model, both offer great value through their:
Design. Apple certainly knows about form and function
Big Brand. When you choose Apple, you know you’re getting quality
Huge tech. Apple is one of the leaders in technology and innovation.
Built tough. A Macbook is built to both perform and last.
Is a Macbook worth it?
The new Macbook Pro and Macbook Air range at Musiclab have a heap of new features that are definitely worth it.
- M1 chip. More power than ever before
- Speed. The graphics chip alone is 5x faster
- Machine learning. Apple has created a neural engine that has means 11x faster machine learning
- Big battery. The battery life in the new Macbook range is about 20 hours, the longest of any Apple Macbook.
- Connectivity. The iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, and iMac connections are seamless
- Accessories. Apple extras, such as Apple TV, are always special.
Which Macbook is best for students?
Students will love any of the Macbook range, unfortunately Musiclab aren't able to offer any educational pricing on the Macbook range.
Are Macbooks good for audio editing?
The extra power and speed in the new MacBook range does a lot for audio editing on your favourite DAW. If you're a Pro Tools user, speak to us about building a Custom to Order Macbook to suit your studio setup.
- M1 chip
- An amazing 16 billion transistors
- Big performance and efficiency
- 8 core CPU
- 4 performance cores
- 4 efficiency cores
- Lots of graphics horsepower
- Quality headphone options
The Apple M1 chip takes our most versatile, do-it-all desktop into another dimension. With up to 3× faster CPU performance. Up to 6× faster graphics. And our most advanced Neural Engine for up to 15× faster machine learning. Get ready to work, play and create on Mac mini with speed and power beyond anything you ever imagined. The 8-core CPU delivers up to 3× faster processing performance than the previous generation2 — all while keeping its iconic 19.7-centimetre-square design. Ideally suited to run your preferred DAW, and a little powerhouse when partnered with some grunty external processing power like the Pro Tools Carbon.
Macbook Pro vs. Macbook Air?
The new Macbook Pro 13 and Macbook Air ranges give everyone something special. They both have a lot going for them and are great value, whatever your needs. Which one you choose can come down to simply preference, but here are a few comparisons:
- Macbook Pro 13 is great for creatives
- The Macbook Pro has a slightly better screen
- They both have the same magic keyboard
- USB-C ports on Macbook Pro
- Both Macbook models have Touch Bar and Touch ID
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