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Deals: Amazon Discounts New 13-Inch MacBook Pro, Starting at $1,599.99 for 512GB

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Amazon today has low prices on the new 13-inch MacBook Pro in two configurations. Sales start with the model that has a 2.0GHz eighth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, and a 512GB SSD, priced at $1,599.99, down from $1,799.00.

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You can also get the model with a 2.0GHz eighth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, and a 1TB SSD for $1,799.99, down from $1,999.00. Both of these sales are a match of the previous low prices seen for the 13-inch MacBook Pro on Amazon.



The new 13-inch MacBook Pro has a scissor-switch Magic Keyboard along with Intel's 8th and 10th-generation chips, Intel Iris Plus graphics, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to 4TB of storage. The Magic Keyboard uses a refined scissor mechanism that is expected to be more reliable than the previous generation's butterfly keyboard.

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Article Link: Deals: Amazon Discounts New 13-Inch MacBook Pro, Starting at $1,599.99 for 512GB
 

MacLawyer

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If you are thinking of buying one of these, I can tell you mine is great. No issues. Great keyboard.
 
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Ael_MR

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Lol makes me laugh seeing Apple still selling 8th gen processors in 2020.
If I'm not mistaken those i5 1.4ghz cpus are only in the 13" entry level MacBooks (1299 & 1499). To get the latest and greatest 10th gen Intel cpu is $1800 and nets you about a 10% difference in performance. In some benchmarks it'll be even lower. I mean if you are chasing a spec sheet that might be important.
 
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travelsheep

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"start with the model that has a 2.0GHz eighth-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, and a 512GB SSD, priced at $1,599.99"

I paid nearly 2500 € (2977 USD) including Apple Care for this in 2018, at the Apple Store in Austria. Custom made, took 2 weeks to deliver.
 
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randomnut

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If I'm not mistaken those i5 1.4ghz cpus are only in the 13" entry level MacBooks (1299 & 1499). To get the latest and greatest 10th gen Intel cpu is $1800 and nets you about a 10% difference in performance. In some benchmarks it'll be even lower. I mean if you are chasing a spec sheet that might be important.
Maybe so but there are 10th gen chips out there, why are they still selling 8th? Sat on a stockpile or something? Selling devices for that much with old hardware is laughable.

I’m in the market for a ~£1200 laptop right now and this time no way is it going to be a MacBook. Not when there are so many other options with current hardware.
 
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