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Apple MacBook Pro, Apple M1 Pro Chip 10-Core CPU, 16-Core GPU, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 16 Inch - £2269 @ Costco

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Screen Size 16 inch
Screen Technology Liquid Retina XDR display
Apple Mac
Brand Apple
Type MacBook Pro
Dimensions H 1.68 x W 35.57 x D 24.81 cm
Weight 2.1kg
Processor Apple M1 Pro Chip
Processor Speed Apple M1 Pro Chip, 10-core CPU with 8 performance cores and 2 efficiency cores, 16-core GPU, 16-core Neural Engine, 200GB/s memory bandwidth
Operating System macOS
Memory 16GB
Storage 1TB SSD
Graphics Card 16-core GPU
Keyboard Backlit Magic Keyboard with Touch ID
Battery Life Up to 21 hours
Audio High-fidelity six-speaker sound system with force-cancelling woofers
Wide stereo sound
Support for spatial audio when playing music or video with Dolby Atmos
on built-in speakers
Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking when using AirPods (3rd generation)
AirPods Pro and AirPods Max
Built-in Webcam 1080p FaceTime HD camera Advanced image signal processor with computational video
Optical Drive No
Bluetooth Up to 21 hours
Wireless 802.11ax Wi‑Fi 6
Ports 3 x Thunderbolt 4 (USB‑C) ports
1 x HDMI
1 x SDXC card slot
1 x 3.5mm headphone jack with advanced support for high-impedance headphones
1 x MagSafe 3
Touch Screen No


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    A '16 core gpu' is all well and good, but if the platform is massively under supported for games, what's the point? If the GPU is a selling point for you, you could get some very nice Windows laptops with dedicated GPUs for a lot less money.
    And if you're desperate for MacOS, the significantly cheaper Air will do the same job (albeit that there's no 1TB option).
    This will depend on the type of game and your expectations. If you’re all about 27” 4K screen gaming with mouse and keyboard in 120hz and 200fps then you will be underwhelmed; but if you’re after simpler games that you’re approaching with no expectations then this may be ok for you.

    Id personally say that a Mac is a machine I use for work, whereas my PC is for play.
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    Wait for the M2 model in 4 weeks
    M2 SOC in itself was not much of upgrade over M1 for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 13inch. M2 Pro/Mac would still be on 5nm node.
    Picking up M1 Pro/Max for cheaper price would probably be better value.

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    Reduced from?
    £2,599 on the Apple site currently, same spec
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    Ridiculous price, buying a razer blade with rtx3080 was a good decision... soon I will say goodbye to my iPhone 12 pro max... apple should be back on the earth with their price expectations...
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    Do you receive a VAT invoice to claim through the company?
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    2 year warranty too
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    Fun fact: m1 Max, counter Strike 1.6 30-60FPS.

    I love this game. I thought I'll have 300-400FPS, but...
    Have you tried adjusting the settings?
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    I don't think so
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    Why so cheap?
    No dynamic island, regular notch costs less
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    I’m sure this was just under £2200 in Trafford Costco yesterday.
    It may have been for 500gb storage instead of the 1TB in this deal
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    Seems a lot to spend on something that is going to get an M2 replacement at some point in the near-ish future. I can't even really imagine what anyone uses these for unless it's work related e.g. you're a mad hardcore programmer or literally David Guetta working on your latest hot mix.
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    Great price for the 16. I have the 14 in this spec from release and it’s a joy to use.

    If you are on the fence about the M pro series yes they really are that quick.

    Only downside is still no official support for ARM64 Windows running natively (bootcamp.)
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    The recent John Lewis deal w 32GB RAM / GPU / Max @ £2549 was superior I think.

    I'm itching to buy a higher end MacBook Pro; for Unreal Engine 5 work and higher end motion graphics. If it can somewhat competently replace my desktop Ryzen 3950X 16 Core / 64GB / 3080 ti setup, I would consider it as my main computer docked and go full MacOS. I am very frustrated with Adobe After Effects running like CRAP on my powerful desktop, as well as Windows feeling like a clunky mess (small things - the right click menu takes too long to load and folders with many files seem to stall - like the indexing is corrupt or something). It's probably the amount of plugins and random apps I use - but still, I blame windows. I feel myself running out of patience troubleshooting and fixing software issues constantly. Apple hardware can do amazing stuff with motion graphics these days and it does not come with the same pain as Windows. My current M1 Air is already very capable and I can edit 4K in Final Cut Pro without problems.

    There will constantly be superior hardware on the horizon but I am seeing a steep downward trajectory on the prices of these good laptops. I hope to benefit from a final chunk of savings after the new models are released. (edited)
    How much less than the sticker price was the JL deal @TerryT ?