MacBook Pro 2016Mark Webster finds a lot to like in the 2016 MacBook Pro. There’s a lot of technical detail in his review, along with benchmarks. It’s written from a creative professional point of view.

There’s nothing I disagree with here, my main problem is deciding between a MacBook Pro or the simpler 2016, maybe 2017, MacBook.

Webster writes:

…this does all underscore the fact you’re going to need dongles and adapters for almost anything you want to do beyond quite basic use, until USB-C native devices start to turn up. Good news is, everything I had, I tried and it worked. The other good thing is, I can almost guarantee I’ll try and insert a USB upside-down into a Mac at least two times out of three. I know you can mostly tell the difference, if you look, but still, I do it. The new connectors go in either way up, and this, so far, is my favourite USB-C feature until some devices show up.