If you're in the market for a Mac upgrade, looking at the prices at Apple's site might not exactly fill you with joy, especially if you want something that packs some power. Fortunately, B&H is offering as much as $300 in savings on Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar for a limited time. The 2019 machines are discounted as low as $1,149 while supplies last with select prices being matched at Amazon.
These mid-2019 MacBook Pro models feature a 13.3-inch Retina display, Touch Bar, and 8th-gen Intel Core processor. Your savings amount will depend on the configuration you go for with the cheapest being the 128GB model and others up to $300 off.
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The models on sale come in space gray or silver and features Apple's Touch Bar technology. The machines are equipped with 13.3-inch Retina displays, two or four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and pack in 8th-gen Intel Core processors. The most affordable option has a 128GB SSD and Intel Core i5 processor, with other discounted configurations offering 256GB of storage and faster processors, as well as greater savings.
The 13-inch machines balance power and portability, though the new 2020 MacBook Pro was just announced if you want to go for the latest specs possible. You can compare the 2019 and 2020 MacBook Pro models here.
Apple also recently released its 2020 MacBook Air. It might not have quite the same power as the MacBook Pro, but it's more affordable and even more portable. You can see how the two stack up in our guide to those, too. It's worth checking out our list of the best MacBook deals to help you decide which to go to.
At B&H, shipping is fast and free and you can also benefit from the company's B&H Payboo Credit Card. If you pay for a MacBook with the card, B&H will instantly pay you back the sales tax you paid. Depending on which state you live in, that could result in big savings.
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