The MacBook Pro with M2 Pro didn't bring anything new to the table in regards to design. After all, the incredible looks of the MacBook Pro with M1 Pro had suitably shaken up the MacBook line with a slick industrial design and a multitude of new ports. What the M2 Pro version brought was more power – at a price.
At the moment, however, you can grab a MacBook Pro at Amazon for $200 off. That brings the asking price down from $2000 to $1799, making the laptop a great deal more affordable. If you've been looking at one for a while, now could well be the time to go for it – a price like this only comes around every few months.
MacBook Pro returns to lowest price ever
We loved the MacBook Pro 2023 in our review. It's super fast, looks great, and the screen is absolutely stunning. That price point certainly stings, but you undoubtedly get exactly what you pay for. It's a super premium professional laptop with all the ports (including an SD card slot) you could ever need while you're working on the go.
Now, you can save $200 on a new one at Amazon, bringing that price down to something a little more affordable. It's not cheap, $1799 is still a lot of money, but it's less than it was. If you do pick one up, make sure you grab one of the best MacBook Pro cases to keep its sleek shell dent and scratch-free.
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As iMore's Senior Staff writer, Tammy uses her background in audio and Masters in screenwriting to pen engaging product reviews and informative buying guides. The resident audiophile (or audio weirdo), she's got an eye for detail and a love of top-quality sound. Apple is her bread and butter, with attention on HomeKit and Apple iPhone and Mac hardware. You won't find her far away from a keyboard even outside of working at iMore – in her spare time, she spends her free time writing feature-length and TV screenplays. Also known to enjoy driving digital cars around virtual circuits, to varying degrees of success. Just don't ask her about AirPods Max - you probably won't like her answer.