Take $1,200 Off a MacBook Pro With This Rare Apple Deal Today Only

Take $1,200 Off a MacBook Pro With This Rare Apple Deal Today Only

The MacBook Pro remains the computer of choice for a large number of photographers and videographers, with great power, battery life, and reliability. However, they're very rarely discounted, but today only, you can get one of the top-level MacBook Pros for $1,200 off.

B&H is running a one-day sale on the 15.4" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (late 2016) with the specs below today, slashing the price from $3,499 to $2,299, which is by far the best price I've seen on such a decked-out MacBook Pro. Check out the specs:

  • Processor: Intel Core i7 quad-core running at 2.9 HGz
  • Display: 15.4" 2880 x 1800 Retina
  • RAM: 16 GB at 2,133 MHz
  • Storage: 1 TB PCIe SSD
  • GPU: AMD Radeon Pro 460 with 4 GB GDDR5
  • Wireless: 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2
  • Touch Bar with Touch ID sensor
  • Ports: 4 Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C)
  • Super-large Force Touch trackpad
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack and stereo speakers

If you're in the market for a MacBook Pro that can handle pretty much anything you throw at it, today is the definitely the day to consider buying one. Get it here.

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Ty Poland's picture

This is a steal!

Stephen Ironside's picture

Ugh, I wish this were a 13.3" deal instead of the 15.4.

Frank Wu's picture

Same man, I want the 13, 15 is a little bit too big

Brian Pernicone's picture

Just be aware of the loss of the integrated SD card and USB-A readers. The USB-C is a great port, but it's been painful switching over my external hard drives and other gear. They simply haven't worked as seamlessly as they did with my older MacBook Pro.

Chad Andreo's picture

Using the new MacBook Pro with a multifunction dongle has not been as bad as I expected.
Just make sure it stays in your laptop bag.

Brian Pernicone's picture

I've tried three and none have worked flawlessly the way the old integrated USB port did. Quite often, my external HD does not get recognized. Still works perfectly on my old laptop, though. It's tremendously frustrating.

I can connect wirelessly, but it really bogs down the speed so much as to be virtually unusable.

Stephen Ironside's picture

I'll miss the SD card slot, but the thing I will miss most when I upgrade is the magsafe power adapter. That thing has saved me so many times. I don't get why they took it away. :(

Stephen Ironside's picture


Przemek Lodej's picture

If this had a 17in display I may be interested, otherwise...I'll pass for a Windows laptop.

Tyler Chappell's picture

Wow, I wonder how many unfortunate people got scammed into buying this. It just shows how grotesquely overpriced Apple's overrated computers are when you can knock a massive $1200 off the price and still buy a more powerful and better spec'd Windows laptop for less money.

Edvin Puzinkevich's picture

What would be your recommendation for PC laptop? Is any with good enough screen?

Stephen Ironside's picture

The MacOS is worth the premium for me, and they hold their resale value quite well.