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    Apple Mac Studio Computer
    Mac Studio
    A compact desktop computer, tested with macOS Monterey 12.3, an Apple Processor M1 Max GHz processor, 32GB of memory, a 512GB solid-state drive, an integrated Apple M1 Max video adapter, and a built-in mono speaker.
    Description
    A compact desktop computer, tested with macOS Monterey 12.3, an Apple Processor M1 Max GHz processor, 32GB of memory, a 512GB solid-state drive, an integrated Apple M1 Max video adapter, and a built-in mono speaker.

    Ratings Scorecard

    Survey Results

    Predicted Reliability

    Predicted Reliability

    Predicted brand reliability ratings are based on estimated problem rates for newly purchased desktop computers, not covered by an extended warranty or service contract, adjusted for usage, within the first three years of ownership.

     /  5
    Owner Satisfaction

    Owner Satisfaction

    Brand owner satisfaction ratings are based on the proportion of members who are extremely likely to recommend their desktop computer to their friends and family.

     /  5

    Test Results

    Performance

    Performance

    Based on performance while running productivity applications, multimedia applications, and 3D games.

     /  5
    Versatility

    Versatility

    Includes hardware such as memory-card slots and AV connections, software such as security programs, and tech support and warranty provisions.

     /  5
    Ergonomics

    Ergonomics

    Represents the quality of the keyboard and pointing device, and accessibility of features.

     /  5
    Display

    Display

    For all-in-one desktops, covers display size, clarity, color, contrast, brightness, and glare.

     /  5

    About

    The Apple Mac Studio is part of the Computers test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, Desktop Computers models like the Mac Studio are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

    Performance Based on performance while running productivity applications, multimedia applications, and 3D games.

    Versatility Includes hardware such as memory-card slots and AV connections, software such as security programs, and tech support and warranty provisions.

    Ergonomics Represents the quality of the keyboard and pointing device, and accessibility of features.

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