Macbook Pro Retina 13 (128GB 2015 - £70 under RRP) £919.99 @ Costco
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Macbook Pro Retina 13 (128GB 2015 - £70 under RRP) £919.99 @ Costco

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Found 2nd May 2015
Next least costly option is about £999 - come with 2 years warranty too.

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Looks like the old 1 as the new model screens are 13 inches with a force touch trackpad.

It's the newest model it has the iris 6100 graphics.

A curious use of the word 'cheapest' (_;)

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Halloway

A curious use of the word 'cheapest' (_;)


Updated. :P

The 512GB model is also £70 cheaper than RRP, which is cheaper than anywhere else I'm aware of. At £1319 the word "affordable" doesn't even enter the equation, but if it's what you're after then it's the cheapest around!

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ElGofre

The 512GB model is also £70 cheaper than RRP, which is cheaper than … The 512GB model is also £70 cheaper than RRP, which is cheaper than anywhere else I'm aware of. At £1319 the word "affordable" doesn't even enter the equation, but if it's what you're after then it's the cheapest around!



Edited again.

Currently £885 at Amazon

amazon.co.uk/App…93W

Also, though my preference would probably still be Amazon because I am not familiar with the vendor Expedite - they point out that they have four stars on trustpilot, on a sample size of 188 - have it for £871.88 inc shipping.

expeditelectronics.com/app…AGw
Edited by: "Noclouds" 3rd May 2015

As an owner of the 128GB model - spend the extra for 256GB. I run out of storage all the time.

Cameron583

As an owner of the 128GB model - spend the extra for 256GB. I run out of … As an owner of the 128GB model - spend the extra for 256GB. I run out of storage all the time.


Depending on whether or not you make regular use of your SD card slot, take a look at the Nifty Minidrive. Throw in a 128GB microSD and you've got a relatively inexpensive (about £100 total) and unobtrusive method of doubling your "internal storage". Obviously not the ideal solution for running applications off of, but perfectly decent for acting as a secondary drive for your documents and media files.

ElGofre

Depending on whether or not you make regular use of your SD card slot, … Depending on whether or not you make regular use of your SD card slot, take a look at the Nifty Minidrive. Throw in a 128GB microSD and you've got a relatively inexpensive (about £100 total) and unobtrusive method of doubling your "internal storage". Obviously not the ideal solution for running applications off of, but perfectly decent for acting as a secondary drive for your documents and media files.



I've had a look before, but as I dual boot (hate OS X - only use it for films as battery is much better than windows), it's not an option.
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