Just this month Apple took the wraps off its latest 16-inch MacBook Pro, and we're already seeing some major discounts on it. The machine, with its larger screen, improved keyboard, and bumped internal specs, is now up to $200 off at Amazon. The deal brings the entry-level pricing down to $2,199 for the 512GB model and drops the 1TB version down to $2,599.


Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch

Apple's latest top-of-the-line laptop was unveiled just this month, but it has already scored a nice discount at Amazon. You can take $200 off the 512GB model or $250 the 1TB machine in right now for its lowest price.

Up to $250 off

The machines are powered by either the 2.6GHz 6-core Intel i7 or the 2.4GHz 8-core Intel i9 9th-gen processors. For graphics, they use AMD's new 7-nanometer Radeon Pro 5300M with 4GB of GDDR6 memory or the Radeon Pro 5500M with 8GB of GDDR6 memory. According to Apple, they have 80% faster performance than the previous Radeon Vega Pro 20. Thankfully, there's a new thermal architecture with larger impellers, more blades, and new fans that improve airflow to keep everything cool.

Of course, the biggest updates are to the display and the keyboard. The display is now up to 16 inches in size, replacing the 15-inch model in the lineup, without the machine itself getting much bigger or heavier. It's 500 nits of P3 color at 3072-by-1920 pixels, resulting in 226 ppi. The keyboard is all-new, ditching the previous three generations of butterfly switches for an updated scissor-switch mechanism. There's a millimeter of key travel and slightly larger gaps between the keys for easier typing, plus the return of a dedicated escape key and the inverted-T arrow keys.

Check out our hands-on coverage for everything you need to know about the newest MacBook Pro. Be sure to head to Amazon in order to snag this discount while you still can.

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