bestbuy.jpgAs noted by AllThingsD, Best Buy has discounted two of its most popular 13-inch MacBooks by $200.

The company's 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 500GB hard drive and 4GB of memory is priced at $1,000, down from $1,200, and the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 750GB hard drive and 8GB of memory, which was $1,500, is now available for $1,300.

Students can get an additional $100 discount by registering on the Best Buy Student Deals website with an .edu email address. The promotion, which kicked off today, will last until July 27.

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appleisking Avatar
142 months ago
First gen retina pros barely kept pace with the resolution


Lol @ future proof
Barely kept pace with resolutions? Who's offering as much as they are?

Nothing with apple is future proof.
Then why are people able to use their macbooks for like 6 years?

I like Apple's deal better. $200 off for college students and you get a $100 apple gift card.

Nope think about it. Even if you were right, which you are not, best buy gives a 300 dollar, better than the gift card option. CMBPs get a 100 dollar discount in the U.S max.

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Why save money if it is on dad's credit card right?
It's so last year:D

What a ridiculous assumption. You know nothing about him.
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John.B Avatar
142 months ago
I want a Haswell MBP.
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macsrcool1234 Avatar
142 months ago
Barely kept pace with resolutions? Who's offering as much as they are?

You interpreted his post wrong. The retinas have an underpowered GPU powering them.


Then why are people able to use their macbooks for like 6 years?



Nope think about it. Even if you were right, which you are not, best buy gives a 300 dollar, better than the gift card option. CMBPs get a 100 dollar discount in the U.S max.

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What a ridiculous assumption. You know nothing about him.
I can still 'use' my Windows 95 machine. Doesn't mean anything.

Wait for updates before buying these obsolete machines.
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Hrududu Avatar
142 months ago
Still future-proof though.
Nothing with apple is future proof.
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scbond Avatar
142 months ago
Too bad it's last year's tech.

Still future-proof though.
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Klae17 Avatar
142 months ago
Too bad it's last year's tech.
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