The new MacBook Pro is actually a bit of a departure. At the moment there's not much separation between the Pro and Air lines in terms of price or capabilities--the Pro has bigger screen sizes and some beefier internal options, but not a huge difference. The new Pro line, on the other hand, is kind of bonkers. Its 15.4-inch screen has a a 2800 x 1800 resolution, which Apple's calling a Retina Display. It'll be crammed full of the fastest mobile guts on the market--quad-core Ivy Bridge processors, Nvidia Kepler graphics chips, a 768GB solid-state drive, HDMI-out, USB 3.0. It is pretty much the most powerful laptop we've ever seen. It'll also cost $2,200. To start. To compare: I once purchased a used car for the same price.