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MacBook Pro Retina with Touch Bar 16" - Core i7 - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Space Grey - 4 Year Warranty - £1895 TheEDUstore
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MacBook Pro Retina with Touch Bar 16" - Core i7 - 16GB - 512GB SSD - Space Grey - 4 Year Warranty - £1895 TheEDUstore

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Posted 17th Dec 2019Edited by:"the_woltons"

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MacBook Pro 16” - 2019 model, £1895 with £50 code. Saving of over £260 on the apple education pricing and over £500 on the standard RRP

This also comes with 4 years warranty

Not quite as good as the black friday but still the cheapest by a longshot.

Needs academic or school email address, alternatively just contact them with school, college or uni proof.
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joedredd17/12/2019 09:42

I got the i9, very happy with it.


My dads bigger than your dad
katnmarco17/12/2019 09:29

As if I would send my not so destructive teenager to college or uni with a …As if I would send my not so destructive teenager to college or uni with a machine that costs this much.... No way José!


I wouldn't either! - Doesnt mean you cant take advantage of their status to get a good discount though!
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Bought this just 4 days ago. A great price for a great computer
As if I would send my not so destructive teenager to college or uni with a machine that costs this much.... No way José!
katnmarco17/12/2019 09:29

As if I would send my not so destructive teenager to college or uni with a …As if I would send my not so destructive teenager to college or uni with a machine that costs this much.... No way José!


I wouldn't either! - Doesnt mean you cant take advantage of their status to get a good discount though!
vladdy17/12/2019 09:20

Bought this just 4 days ago. A great price for a great computer


I got the i9, very happy with it.
joedredd17/12/2019 09:42

I got the i9, very happy with it.


My dads bigger than your dad
Save 3% now ... the T2 chip will make its money back down the line.
Is this 4K?
buckfast67uk17/12/2019 10:14

My dads bigger than your dad


Err...ok.

Just saying they got it right this time around, good chassis.
muppetrider17/12/2019 11:06

Is this 4K?


Nope, what apple class as retina display meaning at the distance you sit form it the difference in pixels is no longer discernible by the naked eye.
muppetrider17/12/2019 11:06

Is this 4K?


It would be if Apple thought they could get away with it. As it stands almost £2K for a laptop is pretty eye-watering.
The first Mac in years I'd consider buying.
hugekebab17/12/2019 11:34

The first Mac in years I'd consider buying.


Agreed, I bought this model when it was on sale black friday, It is the best Mac laptop I've had in years.
the_woltons17/12/2019 11:39

Agreed, I bought this model when it was on sale black friday, It is the …Agreed, I bought this model when it was on sale black friday, It is the best Mac laptop I've had in years.


Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not sure what it will be like to switch.
hugekebab17/12/2019 11:42

Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not …Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not sure what it will be like to switch.


Yup, understandable, I moved across in 2007 when they bought the intel based macs out. If your new to Macs I'd buy a cheap 2nd hand one to try out for a bit first.
rodman17/12/2019 11:35

What do you think?[Image]


I think you're right that's quite weak..

I'd better go for something with a proper battery like SB2
Edited by: "muppetrider" 17th Dec 2019
Will it run Roblox?
Had one delivered from TheEduStore this morning with the Edu discount and the £50 off code.
Ordered. Thanks.
releaseyourself17/12/2019 12:45

Had one delivered from TheEduStore this morning with the Edu discount and …Had one delivered from TheEduStore this morning with the Edu discount and the £50 off code.


How long did it take for delivery?
Ad4vikram17/12/2019 13:12

How long did it take for delivery?


Next day delivery for in stock orders. Its normally about a 16 day wait for custom orders, but luckily this one was in stock.
releaseyourself17/12/2019 13:14

Next day delivery for in stock orders. Its normally about a 16 day wait …Next day delivery for in stock orders. Its normally about a 16 day wait for custom orders, but luckily this one was in stock.


Thanks.
hugekebab17/12/2019 11:42

Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not …Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not sure what it will be like to switch.


They aren't easy to get used to.
All the little things like right click etc which we are accustomed to I gave up in frustration.
mittromney17/12/2019 13:40

They aren't easy to get used to.All the little things like right click etc …They aren't easy to get used to.All the little things like right click etc which we are accustomed to I gave up in frustration.


Macs have right click, just enable it in the preferences.
Macs are very easy to get used to, user experience is top notch.
Does anyone know if the 4 year warranty stays with the product? Or original purchaser, if it is sold on?
stur_fry17/12/2019 13:52

Macs have right click, just enable it in the preferences. Macs are very …Macs have right click, just enable it in the preferences. Macs are very easy to get used to, user experience is top notch.


Yeah just look at the stupidity for a simple function Windows users are used to.
Right click
hugekebab17/12/2019 11:42

Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not …Yeah the reason I'm iffy though is I've only ever used windows, so not sure what it will be like to switch.


I get that too.

I switched in 2011 after using my wife's then recently acquired macbook pro that I'd told her for years was a silly idea. (I'm way back to windows 3.1) I was very pleasantly taken aback with the whole experience and took steps to allow my windows programmes to run on my (new then) 15" MBP due to my windows history. I kept a windows machine live as well during the transition. However, the only windows machines at my house now are obsolete models in the cupboard.

I use windows 10 at work on a current dell XPS15 and I have no difficulty switching between the differing Operating Systems. I have my preference, but it's not difficult to switch between. As someone else says, it may take a bit of time to set up things the way you like, ie right clicking, set up for work flow etc just as you will have done with windows I expect. I'm still learning workflow improvements on windows and Mac machines.

I do think that the apple stuff is a bit over priced and I get why many people will avoid purely for that reason but for me, the extra cost is justified for the user experience and residual value of the hardware.

Good luck in your decision making!
Edited by: "bbbazman" 18th Dec 2019
bbbazman18/12/2019 17:16

I get that too.I switched in 2011 after using my wife's then recently …I get that too.I switched in 2011 after using my wife's then recently acquired macbook pro that I'd told her for years was a silly idea. (I'm way back to windows 3.1) I was very pleasantly taken aback with the whole experience and took steps to allow my windows programmes to run on my (new then) 15" MBP due to my windows history. I kept a windows machine live as well during the transition. However, the only windows machines at my house now are obsolete models in the cupboard.I use windows 10 at work on a current dell XPS15 and I have no difficulty switching between the differing Operating Systems. I have my preference, but it's not difficult to switch between. As someone else says, it may take a bit of time to set up things the way you like, ie right clicking, set up for work flow etc just as you will have done with windows I expect. I'm still learning workflow improvements on windows and Mac machines.I do think that the apple stuff is a bit over priced and I get why many people will avoid purely for that reason but for me, the extra cost is justified for the user experience and residual value of the hardware.Good luck in your decision making!


Agree with what you are saying. I had my old MacBook Pro 2010 damaged last month as it dropped from my hand. Otherwise, it was in perfect working condition. It also had all operating systems except for the most recent one. All the apps and softwares worked perfectly fine on it. I only had one change from HSD to SSD
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