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Cheap Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina Deals

Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina MGX72LL/A Core i5-4278U (July 2014 Model)

Intel Core i5 - 8GB RAM - 128GB Storage - 13.3" Display
Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina MGX72LL/A Core i5-4278U (July 2014 Model)
list price:$1,299
B&H Photo$1,059.99Mar 11, 2015
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  • Viet Do
    Viet Do posted thisMar 11, 2015

    New lowest price on the Macbook Pro 13 Retina Display model. This is a mid-2014 model with a Haswell Core i5, 8GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD along with the beautiful 2560 x 1600 IPS Retina Display. The 256GB SSD model is another $200 but our opinion is that its not worth it.

    EXPIRED: Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, 500GB HDD

    Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 4GB RAM - 500GB Storage - HDD - 13.3" Display
    Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, 500GB HDD
    list price:$1,399.99
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    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel Brasher posted thisApr 06, 2015

      Don't need a Retina screen and just want a competent Mac laptop? This MacBook Pro MD101LL/A should do just fine, and today it's tied with its cheapest ever price. Upgrade the RAM and pop an SSD in to make a faster machine. Amazon sellers charge over a hundred more for this model despite its age.

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    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherMar 24, 2015when the price was $849.99

      Best price yet on this old school MacBook Pro, and over a hundred off Amazon. Add an SSD and more RAM to get a perfectly reliable machine. (I have a mid-2010 model that runs as well as the day I got it.)

    • Michael Tibi
      Michael TibiSep 04, 2014when the price was $899.99

      Nice price on the base model MacBook Pro that ties the lowest we've seen. Elsewhere you'll pay $100 more at minimum. No Retina display, but if you don't need it, you get to avoid making every other screen you see look substandard by comparison.

    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherJul 23, 2014when the price was $899.99

      The base model old school MacBook Pro (DVD drive included!) is back down to its all-time low. Not the newest hardware, but if you're looking for a Mac laptop in new condition with a DVD burner, this is just about the only one out there.

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockDec 30, 2013when the price was $979.99

      The latest 13-inch MacBook Pro drops to $980, free ship on eBay deals. Next best price online is $1,100 at B&H but otherwise sells at $1,198+

    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockOct 21, 2013when the price was $950.00

      The latest MacBook Pro drops to $950 with free shipping on eBay Deals. Despite its seemingly distant June 2012 release date it's still the newest MacPro model on the market. At the apple store you'll pay $1,199.

    MacBook Pro 13: What's Pro About It?

    The MacBook Pro 13 line has seen some big advancements in recent months. Regardless of your resolution needs, the entire current MacBook Pro 13 line has a few features that set its models apart from the general laptop pack. All boast extruded aluminum bodies, impressive battery life (~7 hours), speedy Ivy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors, Thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, and of course OS X Mountain Lion.

    Retina Display: You Want It (But Do You Need It?)

    The most hyped improvement over previous generation MacBook Pro 13s is the Retina display option. First seen on the MacBook Pro 15, the Retina display on the MacBook Pro 13 features a whopping 2560x1600 resolution. Based on the pixel pitch, most people won't be able to see the pixels at all. Losing the ability to see pixels is the first step into an ostensibly more natural, comfortable computing environment and opens up the possibilities of better photo and video editing in particular.

    Whether the superior display is worth the several hundred dollar price premium depends on how you plan to use your MacBook Pro 13. If you want to edit photos, videos, or do graphic design, the Retina display will certainly be helpful. And there's something to be said for getting the best product available.

    Yet the Retina display may not be the best display for you. If you're trying to do gaming (yes, Mac owners occasionally game), the graphics apparatus has to drive more pixels, leaving less room to boost framerate and responsiveness. The regular MacBook Pro 13 screen is very pretty by most standards and will do just fine for most purposes.

    So if you've got a couple extra hundred to throw at the machine, upgrade the RAM or put in a big SSD. Your applications will load so fast you won't even see the pixels fly past.

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    1. $1,059.99Mar 11, 2015
      13.3" Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina MGX72LL/A Core i5-4278U (July 2014 Model)
    2. expiredApr 13, 2015
      13.3" Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, 500GB HDD

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