When I first got my Mac 11 a few years ago, I was very excited to try it out.
I thought I’d love it, but I was disappointed by the lack of screen real estate.
I had never used a Mac before and I was so used to the high-resolution screens of laptops.
I expected to be impressed with the sleek and simple design of the MacBook Pro 11, which I had to admit looked great.
I was wrong.
The Mac 11 is just a laptop, after all.
It lacks a lot of features and functionality that I would expect from a laptop.
I have to admit, the Mac 10 was my favorite laptop in terms of features.
The 10 also had a great screen and I’m a big fan of the Touch Bar on the back of the Mac.
I wanted the MacBook 11, and the 13-inch MacBook Pro, but the MacBook 13 just didn’t cut it for me.
That’s why I decided to write this article to help people get over the initial disappointment.
This article isn’t a comprehensive review of the new MacBook, but instead focuses on the overall experience of the 15-inch model.
If you’re looking for a comprehensive MacBook review, check out our review.
The MacBook 15-Inch 15.6-inch Retina MacBook Pro 13″ (Mid-2013)