M1 MacBook Pro With 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Available For Just $1,199 Today [$100 Off]

M1 MacBook Pro With 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Available For Just $1,199 Today [$100 Off]

Apple’s stunning M1-powered MacBook Pro is currently available to purchase with a $100 discount applied. The ongoing promotion takes the price of the critically-acclaimed MacBook Pro down to just $1,199.

This MacBook Pro comes with the Apple-designed M1 chip that brings a giant leap in CPU, GPU, and machine learning performance. If you have ever used an Intel-based Mac and thought it was starting to feel a little sluggish or not fit-for-purpose, then this M1 experience is going to blow you aways as Apple has managed to mimic the iOS/iPhone experience by creating hardware and software that are in perfect harmony with one another.

The 8-core CPU delivers up to 2.8x faster performance to fly through workflows quicker than ever with the 8-core GPU running up to 5x faster than previous models in order to benefit those running graphics-intensive games and apps. It also comes with a 16-core Neural Engine for advanced machine learning. In addition to the 256GB of super-fast SSD storage, this machine comes with 8GB of unified memory to ensure that everything is fast and fluid where possible. Owners can expect everything to be launched in a superfast and fluid manner.

Additionally, this machine will also benefit from a free-of-charge upgrade to the latest macOS upgrade when it is launched later this month. The perfect balance of hardware and software that work together to give a powerhouse of a machine.

This could be one of the last opportunities to grab a discount on this particular model before Apple makes an announcement regarding the future of the Mac range with the M1 chip. So, with that in mind, act now to secure the $100.00 discount. There are no promotional codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: 2020 Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip (13-inch, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Storage) – from Amazon: $1,199 | Original price: $1,299

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