Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2, MLHF2, MLH82, MLH72)
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Amazon.com review summary for Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2, MLHF2, MLH82, MLH72)
alaTest has collected and analyzed 66 user reviews of Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2, MLHF2, MLH82, MLH72) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other Laptops on Amazon.com. People really like the usability and screen. The design and portability are also mentioned favorably. There are some negative comments about the connectivity and image quality. Views are divided on the reliability.
performance, portability, design, screen, usability
image quality, connectivity
77% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.
This summary is based on the products: Apple MacBook MLHA2LL/A 12-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (Silver, 256 GB) NEWEST VERSION • Apple MacBook MLHA2LL/A 12-Inch Laptop with Retina Display (Silver, 256 GB) NEWEST VERSION
Résumé des avis d’ Amazon.fr sur Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2, MLHF2, MLH82, MLH72)
alaTest a collecté et analysé 1 avis de consommateurs sur Amazon.fr pour le produit Apple MacBook Retina 12-inch, Early 2016 (MLHA2, MLHC2, MMGM2, MMGL2, MLHE2, MLHF2, MLH82, MLH72). La note moyenne du produit est 1.0 sur 5, tandis que les autres Ordinateurs Portables ont une note moyenne de 3.8 sur 5 sur Amazon.fr.
0% des avis sur Amazon.fr donnent une note favorable à ce produit.
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Rhiannon Williams (pocket-lint.com)
Apple MacBook (2016) review: Is port-free still the future?
The revival of the MacBook range in spring 2015 resulted in one of the most beautiful and portable Apple laptops: the 12-inch MacBook. It was also one of the most controversial, with just a single USB Type-C port handling all the connectivity and...
Small size and lightweight design, quality screen, Force Touch trackpad, day's battery life
Still only one USB Type-C (two would be better), no touchscreen, no Touch ID, expensive
The 12-inch MacBook has divided opinion since day one, having done-away with a full-size USB port for the smaller USB Type-C. A couple of years down the line and this will be a more standard format, but the bigger issue is the MacBook's persistence to...
Klaus Hinum, J. Simon Leitner (notebookcheck.net)
Apple MacBook 12 (Early 2016) 1.1 GHz Review
Pioneering. One of the hotly debated devices from Apple's line-up has been updated: The MacBook 12 omits non-essential features and focuses on highest portability. Fan, many interfaces, a mechanical touchpad, a long key travel: "You don't need that."
outstanding Retina screen ; precise Force-Touch trackpad ; notable speaker quality ; high-end aluminum chassis ; silent as passively cooled, yet still not very hot
a single combo port is a serious restriction ; the short key travel causes typing errors again and again ; no charge indicator via LED ; poor maintainability and upgradeability (iFixit 1/10 points) ; single core performance is slightly lower than the...
The 12-inch MacBook is and remains an impressive device. Low weight, an excellent display, and its build quality are outstanding properties. However, not much has changed compared to the model from 2015. Slightly improved graphics performance and...
Apple MacBook 2016 Review
It's best to think of the 2016 MacBook as a MacBook S. Similar to the evolution from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 6s, Apple didn't revamp the design for its ultraslim 2-pound laptop. Instead, the company focused mostly on internal upgrades for the...
Jamison Cush (NotebookReview.com)
Apple MacBook 2016 Review: The Good, The Bad, The Expensive
The new Apple MacBook is expensive considering its specs. But it also arguably has the best hardware on the market. Does that make it a compelling product? Read on to find out.
Great hardware ; Excellent display ; Best touchpad on the market
Overpriced for its performance ; Single USB Type-C port frustrating, accessories expensive ; Display not a touchscreen ; Shallow key travel makes for uncomfortable typing
Lauren Goode (theverge.com)
MacBook 2016 review: all of the possibilities, all of the realities
Last year's introduction of the 12-inch MacBook — that's just MacBook, not MacBook Air or MacBook Pro — highlighted some of the best elements of Apple design. The laptop is beautiful, super thin,...
Incredibly thin/light ; Beautiful Retina display ; Improved performance
Still not as powerful as other MacBooks ; Shallow, edge-to-edge keyboard ; Single USB Type-C port
Michael Passingham (trustedreviews.com)
MacBook (12-inch, 2016)
Apple's flagship laptop has had a refresh, and while not huge amount has changed over last year's model, it's the same price for an improved specification. Win-win, right?
Cliff Joseph (zdnet.com)
Apple MacBook (2016) review: Skylake update improves performance and battery life
The MacBook's lightweight design is hard to beat for portability, but there are alternatives that offer better battery life and more connectivity for office use.
Sleek ultraportable 12-inch laptop weighing just 920g ; Impressive Retina Display ; Improved battery life and GPU performance
Expensive ; Few upgrade or repair options ; Limited connectivity
Apple MacBook (2016) review
More power, more pink, but what else?
Good battery life ; Great screen ; Lovely trackpad, good keyboard layout ; Class-leading speakers
Rubbish connectivity is still annoying ; No memory card slot ; Mixed feelings about the slim keyboard
Two pounds of pink aside it’s much like last year’s 12in MacBook. But that’s no bad thing.
Roman Loyola (pcworld.com)
Cyberlink PowerDVD 16 review: Enough new features to justify upgrading (from PowerDVD 14, at least)
When it comes to hardware, Apple isn't afraid to force its users to adapt, to change habits. Longtime Mac users remember when Apple stopped including floppy and optical drives, or when FireWire was discontinued. More recently, Mac users have had to...
Small size and light weight make it ideal for travel ; Increased performance ; Improved battery life
Only one USB-C port for charging and peripherals ; Reduced key travel on keyboard makes the keys uncomfortable to press ; 480p FaceTime camera ; No flash storage customization options available
The MacBook is for the user who values portability over anything else. The 2016 edition comes with a welcomed speed boost and a Rose Gold option.
Apple's updated MacBook is indeed faster with longer battery life
Apple deserves credit for improving the MacBook's battery life and disk speeds, but other than that, this is, for better and worse, the same machine as last year's model. If you previously shied away from the 12-inch MacBook because of the "one port"...
Lightweight, attractive design ; Comfortable keyboard ; Gorgeous display ; Improved SSD speeds ; New model does indeed get an extra hour of battery life ; Now available in pink, if that's your thing
Still just one port; adapters sold separately ; Battery life still trails other ultraportables, including Apple's own MacBook Air
How similar is the updated MacBook to last year's model? Put it this way: I was strongly tempted to assign it the exact same score. In the end, I decided it deserved a slightly higher number as a way of acknowledging the extra hour of battery life and...