13" Apple MacBook Pro with Retina (Core i5, 2.7 GHz, 8GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, OS X Yosemite) for £8867.99 Delivery Sold by Nano Electronics and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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13" Apple MacBook Pro with Retina (Core i5, 2.7 GHz, 8GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, OS X Yosemite) for £8867.99 Delivery Sold by Nano Electronics and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 7th Sep 2015
Needed to buy a new laptop over the weekend and stumbled across this this morning with Amazon showing pretty aggressive fulfillment pricing for an Apple MacBook Pro (Rel: March 2015)

It's the most basic Pro model they do but still better than the Air and over £130 than buying the same thing from Apple direct.

Specs are below if you want to know. Enjoy if it's useful.

Processor frequency: 2.7 GHz, Processor family: Intel Core i5-5xxx, Processor boost frequency: 3.1 GHz
Internal memory: 8 GB, Internal memory type: LPDDR3-SDRAM, Memory clock speed: 1866 MHz
Total storage capacity: 128 GB, Storage media: Flash, Flash memory: 128 GB
Display diagonal: 33.78 cm (13.3"), Display resolution: 2560 x 1600 pixels, Display surface: Gloss
OS X Yosemite
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From the comments it doesn't seem to have the UK keyboard layout.
If it was me, I'd rather buy the same model as a refurb directly from Apple for £849.
Edited by: "oobie38" 7th Sep 2015
I know Apple products are expensive but £8867 is ridiculous oO
Not sure I would buy a refurb from Apple for the sake of £16. You may find though that the ones sold on Amazon marketplace will be sourced from outside the UK - mine came from HK and doesn't have a £ key printed on the keyboard (though of course you can still type a £ symbol with shift-3).

Of course they all come off the same Chinese production line anyway, so it's not something that bothered me. Also, Apple offer a worldwide warranty anyway, if anything goes wrong with it.
very expensive you can pick up the new macbooks for £920
£999 with 3yrs warranty from John Lewis
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very expensive you can pick up the new macbooks for £920



This is the latest MacBook Pro.
Personally I'd pay the extra and get the next model up with 256gbstorage, MBP's use PCI-E flash for storage so upgrading later is almost impossible.
also if you have a friend that's a student (surely everyone knows at least one student) who can buy on your behalf you can buy direct from Apple's higher education store and get almost 15% discount as wel as 3yrs free applecare warranty.
8k for a laptop? WTH!@!!
If you know any students in uni apple for education is an option too, around 15% off...Though i know not everybody does ita worth noting and 3 years apple care too on everything in the box.
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