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MacBook Pro 13 (2020), 10th Gen i5 1TB SSD 16GB RAM £1,834.72 at Amazon
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MacBook Pro 13 (2020), 10th Gen i5 1TB SSD 16GB RAM £1,834.72 at Amazon

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Posted 14th Jun

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Been looking to get one for a bit now and this seems like a really good deal for anyone in the market for a 13" Macbook.

This is only £35 more than the same model with 512GB SSD so worth it (as long as you don't mind not having space grey).

Just to clarify this is the 10th gen not 8th gen and also has the new scissor keyboard not the butterfly.
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Decent I think, might be cheaper for students on the likes of EDUStore
Edited by: "iEimis" 14th Jun
The only problem with Amazon, is that they are not an official reseller for Apple.
The best discount though, unless you are a student with deep pockets.
LazyDonkey14/06/2020 14:37

The only problem with Amazon, is that they are not an official reseller …The only problem with Amazon, is that they are not an official reseller for Apple.The best discount though, unless you are a student with deep pockets.



This is true, what you can do is purchase from another reseller like Currys who will price match up to 7 days after purchase. That being said I have always been really happy with Amazon's customer service and returns policy.
LazyDonkey14/06/2020 14:37

The only problem with Amazon, is that they are not an official reseller …The only problem with Amazon, is that they are not an official reseller for Apple.The best discount though, unless you are a student with deep pockets.


Just curious but why would this be an issue?
WordlyTraveller14/06/2020 14:53

Just curious but why would this be an issue?


Don’t think you qualify for a free years Apple TV (not a dealbreaker).
But....I had to deal entirely with Amazon previously when I had an issue.....Apple wouldn’t touch it.
Why is the hardware inside macs so cr@p?
For very little more you could have the amazing 16" MBP.
Apple is clearly a master of adding value and marking up
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