Apple with its line of Macs did very well in the last edition of the "Consumer Reports" rating of computer manufacturers. According to the NYTimes.comThis is the third year in a row that the Cupertino firm has excelled in its categories.
In laptops, Apple was the first in the categories of 13, 14 to 16 and 17 inches, with its MacBooks. The 15 ″ MacBook Pro, specifically, had an overall 75/100 score. The Toshiba Satellite, which came right behind him, only scored 64/100. The most curious thing is that the price difference of the machines is $ 1,300 (the Toshiba costs only $ 700).
Among desktops, the Mac mini finished second, just behind the HP Pavillion Slimline, while the iMac was also second in its category, losing to the Dell XPS One.
Consumer Reports also interviewed its readers to assess technical support for consumers. Apple reigned in both the desktop and laptop categories.