Ever since its launch, the MacBook Pro 16-inch has dominated the gadget space, claiming the title of boosting the largest battery. Apple claimed that the newly revamped device boosted the largest battery, which is allowed to power an airplane at a striking 100whr. However, when you start measuring up the statistics and Apple’s fine print, you realize that the tech giant is rounding off numbers to reach their claimed measurements.
The newly released MSI Creator 15 beats Apple’s newest release by 0.1 wHr, and features its own 99.9 wHr battery. Ongoing trends reveal that these tech giants are focused on fitting in larger battery spaces in strikingly thin and sleek design laptops, all the while avoiding the Galaxy Note 7 disaster. This trend of enlarged batteries and sleeker designs is expected to continue in the future.
If battery size is a crucial consideration for you, and you want to move past Apple’s take on enlarged battery size, we advise you to invest in MSI’s Creator 15. The pricing is not available in the market as yet, which gives buyers enough time to evaluate the pros and cons of each laptop.
Apple’s MacBook Pro is sleeker, thinner and lighter, and comes with a 16-inch screen, giving it a competitive edge over Creator 15’s design. Creator 15 weighs 4.6 pounds, which some would consider heavier, and a 15.6-inch panel screen, slightly smaller than the MacBook Pro. More importantly, Apple’s Core i9 still manages to undermine the 10th Gen Core i7 CPUs installed in all the Creator 15 models introduced by MSI.
However, MSI allows the buyers to choose between two screen choices: Full HD, (1920 x 1080-pixel) and Ultra HD (3840 x 2160-pixel). The MacBook Pro, on the other hand, comes with a 16-inch screen that dominates the middle at 3072 x 1920.