Hurry! Every MacBook Pro is on sale for $200 ahead of Prime Day

I expect to see some epic MacBook discounts during Prime Day, but it looks like Amazon is offering these deals a little early. The retail giant is taking $200 off each MacBook Pro model.

My personal choice is the 14-inch MacBook Pro, which sells for $1,799 on Amazon. (will open in a new tab). That’s $200 off and the second lowest price we’ve ever seen for this base configuration. This laptop has been out of stock for some time, and even now its shipping date is no earlier than July 8th. Therefore, I would recommend getting this deal today because the stock of this laptop has been volatile. Yes, there is a new 13-inch MacBook Pro M2, but the M1 Pro is more powerful than the new M2 chip.

The MacBook Pro is one of the most powerful laptops in the world. Whether you choose the 14.2-inch or 16-inch model, you’re getting one of the best laptops on the market.

In our review of the 14-inch Apple MacBook Pro, we were impressed with its incredible performance, stunning mini-LED backlit display, and upgraded 1080p webcam. We also liked the fact that some of the best features of the MacBook Pro are back in a much-anticipated time, including an HDMI port, SD card slot, and MagSafe.

We praised the updated Magic Keyboard, which not only makes typing more convenient than ever, but also includes function keys instead of the touchpad.

In our tests, the battery life of the 14-inch MacBook Pro lasted just over 14 hours of normal web surfing over Wi-Fi, which means you can easily get through an entire day or a long flight.

If you want a bigger screen and battery life, go for the 16-inch model. In our 16-inch Macbook Pro review, we ran for over 15 hours. Otherwise, both cars are almost identical.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen these MacBooks for sale at this price. However, the last time they reached this price point, they quickly sold out. So don’t sleep on this deal.

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