The new MacBook Pro 13-inch has the same design and specs as the 13-year-old model

The new 13-incher is the same size, but it looks very different.

And that’s not a bad thing.

The 13-in.

laptop, with its 5.25-inch 1080p IPS touchscreen, weighs a lot less than the 13in.

model, which now weighs in at 5.8 pounds.

That makes it lighter and smaller, but also more power efficient.

That’s good for users who want to move the laptop around a lot, because they can move it to a desk and switch to it as needed.

It also has a new dual-screen design, which has a 12.3-inch display on top of a 2,560 x 1,440 panel, with the same resolution and resolution.

And it’s the first laptop to feature the Dell’s PowerEdge G4 chip, which is a quad-core 1.8GHz chip with 64GB of DDR4 RAM.

It’s not the fastest chip out there, but Dell is claiming that it’s fast enough to handle many tasks at its desktop processor.

The laptop also includes a new Thunderbolt 3 port, which Dell claims can transfer data at speeds up to 10Gbps.

Dell has also added a few new features to the new laptop, including dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi, dual-channel Bluetooth 4.1, 802.10n Wi-fi, 802, and Bluetooth 4 support for a total of four wireless connections, an HDMI port, and a USB Type-C port.

That means the laptop is capable of connecting to a TV via HDMI and Bluetooth, or use an HDMI monitor as a remote control.

The Dell PowerEdge 14 laptop is the best of the bunchThe new 13in model features a bigger battery, and the Dell says it’s also slightly lighter than the older model.

It has the Dell PowerConnect X-G2 chip that Dell claims will deliver up to 40 percent more power efficiency and 15 percent longer battery life than the old model.

The Dell PowerPort G4 processor has been upgraded to support Intel’s Thunderbolt 3.

This is a new feature that allows the laptop to connect to a Thunderbolt 3 device.

The PowerPort 2.0 chipset is also supported.

The laptop also features an extra gigabit Ethernet port, a USB-C Type-A connector, and an extra Thunderbolt 3 connector.

These all support 10Gabit Ethernet.

Dell claims that the PowerEdge laptop will last up to five years on a single charge, while the PowerPort 3.0 chip will last for up to 30 days on a charge.

Dell has also made some other improvements to the laptop, such as the addition of an 8.1-inch IPS display and a new trackpad, a keyboard, and more.

It is now a 13-percent lighter than before, and is now compatible with Windows 10.