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Similar to the reduction on Apple laptops available on Currys, JL have reduced Macbook prices to be in line with Currys.
With this you get the best in class 2 years warranty as standard (Currys is 1 year)
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Adidas Addict#1
Better to buy from JL than DSG, so hot I guess.
Rimi#2
Not a big discount for old model,as for the same price I can buy new released mac on student store.Cold for me.
DarrylJohn 1 Like #3
Rimi
Not a big discount for old model,as for the same price I can buy new released mac on student store.Cold for me.

Go on student core and find me a mac?

Maybe I could see one If I had a retina display.


Edited By: DarrylJohn on Jun 16, 2012 11:27
Carlson2000#4
@Rimi Cheapest MBP on edu discount is 13" 2.5ghz @ 859.20...

oh and retina = £1528!! jeesus

Edited By: Carlson2000 on Jun 16, 2012 11:34
Rimi#5
Carlson2000
@Rimi Cheapest MBP on edu discount is 13" 2.5ghz @ 859.20...

oh and retina = £1528!! jeesus

Yeh, it is 859, but the same MBP on JL last years model is 849 so whats the point to save £10 and have outdated macbook pro??? If I have such a money I will only spend them on latest technology as many will. If you think last years macbook pro is a bargain at 849 versus 859 for latest mackbook pro - go and buy old one!

Edited By: Rimi on Jun 16, 2012 11:50
Rimi#6
DarrylJohn
Rimi
Not a big discount for old model,as for the same price I can buy new released mac on student store.Cold for me.

Go on student core and find me a mac?

Maybe I could see one If I had a retina display.


Here you go: MacBook PRO £859.20
TiscaliSurvivor#7
Rimi
Carlson2000
@Rimi Cheapest MBP on edu discount is 13" 2.5ghz @ 859.20...

oh and retina = £1528!! jeesus

Yeh, it is 859, but the same MBP on JL last years model is 849 so whats the point to save £10 and have outdated macbook pro??? If I have such a money I will only spend them on latest technology as many will. If you think last years
macbook pro is a bargain at 849 versus 859 for latest mackbook pro - go and buy old one!

15 inch is 300 less than the retina version which brings sad drive too so not as extreme a jump as it appears
DarrylJohn#8
Rimi
DarrylJohn
Rimi
Not a big discount for old model,as for the same price I can buy new released mac on student store.Cold for me.

Go on student core and find me a mac?

Maybe I could see one If I had a retina display.


Here you go: MacBook PRO £859.20

http://www.studentstore.co.uk/

Not this one then?

hahah.
JamesClark1991#9
They're all overpriced. Next.
Adidas Addict 5 Likes #10
JamesClark1991
They're all overpriced. Next.

Pointless post of the day goes to.......
bbbazman#11
Rimi
Carlson2000
@Rimi Cheapest MBP on edu discount is 13" 2.5ghz @ 859.20...

oh and retina = £1528!! jeesus

Yeh, it is 859, but the same MBP on JL last years model is 849 so whats the point to save £10 and have outdated macbook pro??? If I have such a money I will only spend them on latest technology as many will. If you think last years macbook pro is a bargain at 849 versus 859 for latest mackbook pro - go and buy old one!

What's the difference between the 'new' MBP at the education store and last years 'old' MBP at JL ? I can only see a wee change to the processor.

After the refresh it looked to me like the MBPs being sold before the refresh are still there for the taking at pretty much the same price. Not the big price drop that I'd been hoping for.

Have I missed something fundamental ? ( relating to my comments rather than apple vs PC vs linux or whether or not MBPs representy value for money or my gramatical errors etc etc blah blah blah...)
taran0#12
theres not much difference between the 2011 and 2012 macbook pro, the processor has been changed from sandy bridge to the new ivy bridge which is around 5-10% faster, and the graphics card has been slightly upgraded, so the 2011 base macbook pro's are still a great deal.

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