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The best MacBook you can buy just got a steep discount for Prime Day

Prime Day is here, and you have to wait until then to get yourself a new MacBook Pro at a steep discount. Prime Day deals are already here as Amazon and other retailers have been offering discounts on the latest must-have tech in the days leading up to the big sale next week. But back to that new MacBook Pro deal we mentioned: Amazon is offering a 2021 MacBook Pro at a $199 discount, which means that you’ll be able to get a MacBook Pro for just $1,150 instead of its regular price of $1,299. And saving $149 is nothing to sneeze at since you could use that money to buy accessories for your new MacBook Pro or spend it on other fun things Prime Day has to offer.

This 13-inch 2020 MacBook Pro is a small package packed with power and is perfect for creative professionals. It has a speedy and robust processor (the Apple M1 chip) that can handle your video editing and music production projects. The 2020 MacBook also comes with a 13-inch Retina display, a FaceTime HD camera, a three-microphone array, a Magic Keyboard, Touch Bar, Touch ID, 256GB of solid-state drive (SSD) storage, and 8GB of RAM.

We reviewed the 2020 MacBook Pro 13-inch M1-chip in December and it immediately became of our recommended products. We especially liked how “insanely fast” the M1 chip is, its speakers, the keyboard and trackpad, and its “fantastic battery life.” (Our reviewer found that with light web browsing the battery life “lasted well over 16 hours on a single charge.”)

If you need the processing power of the 13-inch 2020 MacBook Pro, but don’t want to spend nearly $1,300 for it, get this deal. Like we said earlier, you can save $199 on this deal, get yourself a powerful MacBook Pro, and spend your savings on other fun gadgets.

More Prime Day MacBook deals available now

Look, we think the 13-inch 2020 MacBook Pro is the best MacBook you can buy, but may not be right for everyone. And that’s okay. Fortunately, there are other great Prime Day MacBook deals you can get your hands on and you still have time to find a deal that’s a better fit for your computing needs.

And if turns out MacBooks aren’t your thing, there are other Prime Day laptop discounts you can shop. In fact, take a look at our roundups of the best Prime Day laptop deals and the best Prime Day Chromebook deals to help you find the right laptop for you.

In the meantime, here are some of the best Prime Day MacBook deals we’ve found so far. Check them out below.

Released in late 2020, the new Apple M1 MacBook Air has better battery life and performance and is more secure than the older MacBook Air models with Intel processors. more

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Students and teachers with a valid .edu email address can enjoy exclusive pricing on the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro directly from the Apple Store. more
If your work has an emphasis on graphics (like game developing or film-making) then you can't go wrong with the new 16-inch MacBook Pro. It features a 16‑core GPU for quick rendering. more
Packing the latest M1 CPU, this 13-inch MacBook Pro is an incredibly capable machine that will handle your work and daily needs for years to come. more
The new 14-inch MacBook Pro is here. It's not a huge discount, but if you planned to pre-order it anyway, it never hurts to save a little cash. more
The 12-inch MacBook was recently discontinued, and this might be your last chance to score one for this cheap before it's gone for good. more
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