M1 Max MacBook Pro drops to its most affordable price ever


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M1 Max MacBook Pro is down to its lowest price.
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Apple’s powerful yet portable M1 Max 16-inch MacBook Pro is discounted by a hefty $400 on Amazon. This is the lowest price the machine has been available for in the last month.

Given the fantastic deal, it is unlikely to last for long.

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M1 Max MacBook Pro packs all the horsepower you need

Apple’s M1 Max MacBook Pro has the same size and dimensions as the 16-inch M1 Pro model. But it packs a more powerful 10-core CPU and a 32-core GPU to deliver even better performance. Apple claims the M1 Max delivers up to 4x faster GPU performance than the M1. It is also the “most powerful chip ever built for a pro notebook.”

The machine is ideal for video editors and demanding professionals who play around with large files. It comes equipped with 32GB RAM to ensure super smooth performance even when running multiple heavy apps simultaneously.

Despite packing so much power, Apple claims the machine can last up to 21 hours on a charge. And thanks to the MagSafe port, you can top up the battery to 50% in just half an hour.

Get the M1 Max MacBook Pro with an 11% off

Apple’s M1 Max MacBook Pro packing 1TB storage and a 32-core GPU carries an MSRP of $3,499. Amazon has currently discounted this model to $3,099 — a massive $400 off its retail price. The deal is applicable on both space gray and silver shades of the machine.

Buy from: Amazon

If you don’t want so much power, Amazon has taken a similar $400 off on the 512GB and 1TB configurations of the M1 Pro 16-inch MacBook Pro. Again, this is the lowest price we have seen on these machines, and the deal is unlikely to last long. So, pull the trigger on the variant you want as early as possible.

Buy from: Amazon


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