The 5 MacBooks Heating Up The Industry: The 2022 CRN Mobile 100
Apple’s core line-up of laptops get a boost from new silicon while the company makes strides despite a troubled supply chain.
MacBook Pro 16-inch M1 Max
In every game, there’s the nearly unbeatable boss. It would take an awful lot to best Apple’s flagship laptop, the MacBook Pro 16-inch M1 Max. We’re going to go ahead and spec this one out to the max to get a full idea of the possibilities. The Pro 16-inch powered by M1 Max gives you a whopping 10-core CPU with 8 performance cores and 2 efficiency cores, a 32-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine and 400GB/s memory bandwidth, 64GB of RAM, 8TB of storage, and barely a second to catch your breath. Once you do, sit back and enjoy the 16.2-inch mini-LED backlit display at 3,456x2,234 at 1,600 nits peak with refresh rates up to 120Hz. You’ll be paying a steep price for all that firepower. Fully specced-out, the MacBook Pro 16-inch will set you back $6,099. (The entry level Pro 16-inch starts at $2,499).