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Apple MacBook Pro 14 2021 M1 Max 24-Core GPU

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Apple MacBook Pro 14 2021 M1 Max 24-Core GPU
Apple MacBook Pro 14 2021 M1 Max 24-Core GPU (MacBook Pro 14 Serie)
Processador
Apple M1 Max 10 x - 3.2 GHz, 30 W PL2 / Short Burst, 30 W PL1 / Sustained
Placa gráfica
Apple M1 Max 24-Core GPU, 35 W TDP
Memória
32768 MB 
, LPDDR5-6400
Pantalha
14.20 polegadas 16:10, 3024 x 1964 pixel 254 PPI, Mini-LED, Brilhante: sim, HDR, 120 Hz
Disco rígido
Apple SSD AP0512, 512 GB 
Conexões
3 USB 4.0 40 Gbps, 3 Thunderbolt, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 1 HDMI, 3 DisplayPort, Conexões Audio: 3.5 mm, Card Reader: SDXC, 1 Leitor de Impressões Digitais, Brightness Sensor
Funcionamento em rede
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6), Bluetooth 5.0
Tamanho
altura x largura x profundidade (em mm): 15.5 x 312.6 x 221.2
Bateria
69.9 Wh Lítio-Polímero
Sistema Operativo
Apple macOS 12 Monterey
Camera
Webcam: 1080p
Primary Camera: 2 MPix
Características adicionais
Alto falantes: 6 Speakers, 3D Audio, Teclado: Chiclet, Iluminação do Teclado: sim, 96W USB‑C Power Adapter, USB‑C to MagSafe 3 cable, 12 Meses Garantia
peso
1.6 kg, Suprimento de energia: 274 g
Preço
3209 Euro

 

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Pontuação Média: 92.55% - muito bom
Média de 11 pontos (das 15 análises)
preço: 80%, desempenho: 95%, características: 63%, pantalha: 98% mobilidade: 81%, processamento: 87%, ergonomia: 96%, emissões: 88%

Análises para o Apple MacBook Pro 14 2021 M1 Max 24-Core GPU

92.1% Apple Revisão do MacBook Pro 14 2021 Laptop: O desempenho do M1 Max é limitado | Notebookcheck
Apple também oferece o MacBook Pro 14 com o M1 Max SoC e a GPU mais rápida, mas o desempenho do M1 Max é limitado em cargas de trabalho combinadas e não é muito mais rápido do que o modelo básico.
Apple's M1 Pro and M1 Max | Upscaled
Origem: Engadget Inglês
Comparação, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 01/31/2022
90% Apple 14-inch MacBook Pro review: Superb, but is it overkill for casual users?
Origem: Hardware Zone Inglês EN→PT
Where would Apple go from here was the thought that I had when I reviewed the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro last year. That was a fantastic product and it’s hard to imagine how Apple could add more performance, retain efficiency, and create an overall better notebook. But it turns out that they have. And not only are the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are significantly powerful, but they also do so while at little cost to battery life. For regular day-to-day tasks, battery life hasn’t really changed. The amazing chips aside, props to Apple for listening to their customers and walking back on some of the recent MacBook Pro changes. Gone is the questionable Touch Bar and making a much welcome return are the SD card reader, HDMI port, and MagSafe connector. And the icing on the cake is that brilliant Liquid Retina XDR display.
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 12/25/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 90% preço: 80% desempenho: 100% mobilidade: 90% processamento: 90%
100% Apple MacBook Pro 14in review (M1 Max, 2021): The ultimate portable
Origem: Expert Reviews Inglês EN→PT
My verdict on the MacBook Pro 14in, then, is very much the same as it was for the MacBook Pro 16in. It’s a stupendous laptop and, if you have the cash and need a powerful portable for demanding creative work, then it’s a no brainer. Just go out and buy one. If the cost isn’t a deal-breaker, then the only decision you’ll have to make is whether to buy the 14in model or the larger, heavier 16in one. My preference would be to opt for this smaller machine as it’s cheaper, lighter and more portable, yet still just as powerful as the larger laptop. Plus you still get great battery life. By all means, go for the larger 16in MacBook Pro if money is no object and you see yourself using it principally at home, or if you require a larger screen to make video and photo editing more comfortable; for me, however, the 14in just edges the battle between the two as the best all-round laptop in the land.
Análise única, Disponível online, Média, Data: 12/13/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 100%
95% Apple 14-inch MacBook Pro review: Superb, but is it overkill for casual users?
Origem: Hardware Zone Inglês EN→PT
Where would Apple go from here was the thought that I had when I reviewed the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro last year. That was a fantastic product and it’s hard to imagine how Apple could add more performance, retain efficiency, and create an overall better notebook. But it turns out that they have. And not only are the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are significantly powerful, but they also do so while at little cost to battery life. For regular day-to-day tasks, battery life hasn’t really changed. The amazing chips aside, props to Apple for listening to their customers and walking back on some of the recent MacBook Pro changes. Gone is the questionable Touch Bar and making a much welcome return are the SD card reader, HDMI port, and MagSafe connector. And the icing on the cake is that brilliant Liquid Retina XDR display. Bravo Apple, this is a brilliant return to form. Now can you please get to work on my dream Mac?
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 11/14/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 95% preço: 80% desempenho: 100% mobilidade: 90% processamento: 90%
95% Apple 14-inch MacBook Pro review: Superb, but is it overkill for casual users?
Origem: Hardware Zone Inglês EN→PT
Where would Apple go from here was the thought that I had when I reviewed the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro last year. That was a fantastic product and it’s hard to imagine how Apple could add more performance, retain efficiency, and create an overall better notebook. But it turns out that they have. And not only are the new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips are significantly powerful, but they also do so while at little cost to battery life. For regular day-to-day tasks, battery life hasn’t really changed. The amazing chips aside, props to Apple for listening to their customers and walking back on some of the recent MacBook Pro changes. Gone is the questionable Touch Bar and making a much welcome return are the SD card reader, HDMI port, and MagSafe connector. And the icing on the cake is that brilliant Liquid Retina XDR display.
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 11/07/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 95% preço: 80% desempenho: 100% mobilidade: 90% processamento: 90%
Hands-on: My first 24 hours with Apple’s newest 14-inch MacBook Pro
Origem: Hardware Zone Inglês EN→PT
The call from the courier came just as I was done with my morning cuppa. The man at the end of the line said I could expect the 14-inch MacBook Pro to arrive within the next two hours and asked if anyone would be around to sign for it. What a ridiculous question. Who is going to leave the house on the day he expects Apple’s newest MacBook Pro to arrive? I said, yes, and asked if he could please hurry up. He laughed a little and said he will try his very best. I take his word for it. My doorbell rang an hour later. He really did try his best. Very quickly, I took the machine out of its box and fired it up. More time will be required to properly evaluate the notebook, but a few things stand out from my first 24 hours with Apple’s latest and eagerly anticipated MacBook Pro.
Hands-On, Disponível online, Curta, Data: 11/04/2021
MacBook Pro 14 with M1 Max Review - Performance Gains are Nuanced..
Origem: Lon.TV Inglês
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 11/04/2021
85% MacBook Pro M1 14-inch review: Apple added almost everything from our wish list
Origem: CNet Inglês EN→PT
From a distance, the new 14-inch MacBook Pro looks a lot like the 13-inch MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro you might already be using. Look again and the differences pop out. It has a bigger screen (obviously), slimmer bezels and a new keyboard color scheme. Get close enough to pick it up, and that's when it hits you: This thing is actually pretty heavy. It's 3.5 pounds, compared to 3 pounds for the current 13-inch Pro and 2.8 pounds for the MacBook Air. A half-pound may not sound like much, but in the arms race toward ever slimmer and lighter laptops, we're now definitely moving in the opposite direction. For the creative pros and other power users who have been waiting for a post-Intel Mac with the graphics processing power they need for their work, that will hardly matter. For casual users who just want the latest and greatest MacBook, you'll have to calculate if the portability trade-off is worth it for the new features, which include a better webcam and more ports.
Comparação, Disponível online, Curta, Data: 10/28/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 85%
Hands-on: My first 24 hours with Apple’s newest 14-inch MacBook Pro
Origem: Hardware Zone Inglês EN→PT
Inside this particular 14-inch MacBook Pro is Apple’s full-fat M1 Max chip with 10 CPU cores and 32 GPU cores. It also has the maximum 64GB of unified memory. Storage is 2TB. Essentially, it’s a scaled-up version of the M1 chip that made its debut last year. I ran a quick test using Geekbench 5 and found that while its single-core score was roughly the same as an M1 MacBook Pro or iMac, its multi-core score was a staggering 70% higher. In fact, its score of 12,756 is better than even powerful desktop-class CPUs from Intel like the Core i9-11900K. So far so good, but then you are probably not expecting anything less from a notebook that starts at S$2,999. As for this particular unit, it is – get ready – an eye-watering S$6,149. The fully-loaded M1 Max chip, 64GB unified memory, and 2TB storage add S$1,050, S$1,200, and S$900 respectively to the starting price. As is the case for most modern notebooks, the new MacBook Pros are not user-upgradeable so you have to be really sure of what you want when placing your order.
Análise única, Disponível online, Curta, Data: 10/28/2021
86% Apple MacBook Pro 2021 review: M1 Max meets retro ports
Origem: CNet Inglês EN→PT
That's the million-dollar question -- or at least the $2,500-and-up question. Every video editor and creative pro I've spoken to is either excited to get or has already preordered one. For that audience, the decision comes down more to screen size and a small, medium or large number of GPU cores. If you're not specifically going to use these new hardware capabilities and just want the latest, coolest MacBook, know that you're making what is essentially a vanity purchase. The plain old $999 MacBook Air, with its own M1 Chip, is still the most universally useful laptop most people can buy. You do, however, lose out on the new 1080p webcam, which is frankly fantastic. We will continue to update this review with additional test scores and analysis, including battery test scores (my initial video streaming battery test ran for 16.5 hours), in the coming weeks.
Comparação, Disponível online, Média, Data: 10/25/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 86%
Fazit nach 3 Monaten
Origem: MobiFlip Alemão DE→PT
Análise única, Disponível online, Média, Data: 02/12/2022
100% Apple MacBook Pro
Origem: PCtipp.ch Alemão DE→PT
Análise única, Disponível online, Longa, Data: 11/22/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 100%
90% Test du Apple MacBook Pro 14 (2021) avec M1 Max : la révolution
Origem: Frandroid Francês FR→PT
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 11/17/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 90% desempenho: 90% pantalha: 100% mobilidade: 70% processamento: 80%
90% Test du Apple MacBook Pro 14 (2021) avec M1 Max : la révolution
Origem: Frandroid Francês FR→PT
Análise única, Disponível online, Muito longa, Data: 11/05/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 90% desempenho: 90% pantalha: 100% mobilidade: 70% processamento: 80%
95% Test Apple Macbook Pro 14 (Sen 2021)
Origem: Tek.no NO→PT
Análise única, Disponível online, Longa, Data: 10/31/2021
Pontuação: Pontuação total: 95%

Comentario

Apple M1 Max 24-Core GPU:

Estas placas de vídeo de classe média podem mostrar todos os jogos atuais fluentemente. Jogos exigentes somente podem ser jogados com configurações de detalhes médios.


>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Comparativa de de Placas de Vídeo e a Benchmark Lista.


M1 Max:

Sistema num chip (SoC) da Apple que integra um processador (dez núcleos de 64 bits, 8 de desempenho e 2 de economia de energia) e uma GPU de 24 ou 32 núcleos. O controlador de memória integrado liga a memória unificada LPDDR5 de 32 ou 64 GB com até 400 GB/s (bus de 512 bits).


>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Comparativa de Processadores Móveis.


14.20": Este tamanho de tela representa um patamar entre os pequenos tamanhos dos subportáteis e ultrabooks e, por outro lado, o tamanho padrão de portáteis de escritório e multimídia. Os portáteis com esse tamanho são um pouco raros, hoje em dia.
>> Para saber quão fina é uma tela, veja nossa lista DPI.


1.6 kg: Este peso é típico para tablets muito grandes, subportáteis, ultrabooks e conversíveis com uma diagonal de tela de 11-13 polegadas.


92.55%: Sem dúvida, esta avaliação é muito boa. Não existem muitos modelos de portáteis que sejam mais bem avaliados.


>> Mais informação pode ser encontrada na nossa Laptop Guia da Compra.

 

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