When you have only a few products in your line it’s hard to really encourage people to use a comparison engine but Apple has gone and done it anyway. A new service called “Compare Macs” allows you to, well, compare Macs.
The service brings up a comparison engine that allows you to see specs for each Mac you’ve chosen, perfect for picking between an MBP or a standard MacBook.
Did you notice I didn’t use the pun “compare Apples-to-Apples?” I’m proud I didn’t do that. It was very tempting.