B&H Photo is offering a discount on a custom configuration of Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro in Space Gray. This model has 16GB RAM, a 1TB SSD, a 2.6GHz Intel Core i7 6-Core processor, and AMD Radeon Pro 5500M GPU (with 4GB GDDR6), priced at $2,399.00, down from $2,699.00 ($300 off).
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This is an upgrade on the base model of the 16-inch MacBook Pro with 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD, so it'll offer you more storage and improved graphics. Currently on Amazon, the base model is going for $2,187.92, down from $2,399.00 ($211 off).
Amazon also has the model with 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and a 2.3GHz Intel Core i9 8-Core processor for $2,499.00, down from $2,799.00 ($300 off). For this high-end model, Amazon's price is the lowest we've ever tracked and the best discount found online among the major Apple resellers.
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Top Rated Comments
So to me, the 16” has speakers that actually work!
Only obvious difference to me, besides annoying touchbar, is that AutoCAD doesn't crash when machine is in sleep mode. They say it is 2x faster, but that doesn't show up in my use.
Experience is basically the same, which is why I bought another one! It does feel like a waste, but now atleast I have a solid backup machine if the need arises.
I'm not quite sure what they did to make the new machine so much cheaper than the old one? This has more storage, way better graphics, better keyboard etc.
Display is no big deal, but gives the machine a new name...which now appears was the point all along?
Maybe the old version really was overpriced? I don't normally say stuff like that.....alternatively, making the machine slightly bigger might be making it easier and cheaper to manufacture?
We know that sales were slow for a long time due to keyboards, so I expect they are selling a lot of these!
But if they saved a couple more dollars and eliminated the touch bar too, they wouldn't be able to keep them in stock.
Note that I'm also not a power user on my laptop; I don't edit video, etc... That may be why I can keep an old machine this long.