Stunning High-Res Images Of Apple's New MacBook Pro

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Apple unveiled a brand new MacBook Pro today that has one of the highest-resolution displays on the market.

At the same time, the new computer is still even thinner than the existing MacBook Pro and still packs as much of a punch as the computer.

It has a bigger price tag, but that’s to be expected — this computer is a direct upgrade to the existing MacBook Pro.

This computer is definitely something to see.

This thing is really, really thin.

It has a unibody shell, just like the existing MacBook Pro computers.

It also sports a Retina Display, which displays around 220 pixels per inch.

It still packs as much of a punch as the existing MacBook Pro computers, too.

The computer has all the necessary ports — and it doesn't have an optical drive for DVDs or Blu-Ray disks.

It also has a port for an SD card — the kind of memory card that goes into a camera or game device.

Images look fantastic on this computer. It looks as good as the new iPad display.

Here are the guts of the computer. There's an inherent symmetry to the internal design, too.

Apple clearly put a ton of thought into even the internal design of the device.

It has a powerful new video card with a gigabyte of video memory...

...a powerful Intel i7 processor that at least matches the MacBook Pro...

...and a big fat chunk of RAM — memory that makes just about everything on your computer run more efficiently.

There are two Thunderbolt ports and a USB 3.0 port — both of which are much faster than the existing USB 2.0 ports on the computer.

There's also an HDMI cable, which lets you transfer high-definition video from your computer to another display.

It's thinner than the existing MacBook Pro by about a fifth of an inch.

Even for as powerful as the computer is, it still weighs less than 5 pounds.

The screen is built right into the unibody shell, so Apple doesn't need an extra layer of glass to cover it — making the whole device thinner.

The fans are also a new invention on their own. They bring in air from an external vent...

...and blast it through the computer with an uneven fan — spreading the sound across several frequencies.

That makes the fan more quiet, even when you're running high-power software like Aperture.

And seriously, this screen really looks stunning — especially when you're editing photos.

The new MacBook Pro operating system is out soon...

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