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Apple

Apple Canada: Refurb 15.4" MacBook Pro w/Intel i7 2.3GHz, 2880x1800 Retina Display & More $1599

Refurb 15.4
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Shopping for a high end MacBook Pro but not so thrilled by the pricing? Getting a refurbished unit from Apple Canada could be your ticket! Right now, Apple Canada has a refurbished 15.4" MacBook Pro Laptop with w/Intel i7 2.3GHz Quad Core Processor, 2880x1800 Retina Display & More for $1599. That's an additional $80 off from the most recent discounted price. Here are the specs:

  • 2.3 GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.3GHz)
  • 15.4-inch (diagonal) Retina display; 2880-by-1800 resolution at 220 pixels per inch
  • 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M with 1GB of GDDR5 memory and Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • 256GB SSD
  • 720p Facetime HD Camera
  • 2 Thunderbolt ports, HDMI Port, 2 USB 3.0 Ports, SDXC Card Slot
  • Originally released June 2012

While this is last summer's model, the latest MacBook Pro 15.4" notebooks released in February 2013 start at $2199, and have no major changes save for slightly faster processors. The 2.3Ghz Intel Core i7 processor here still provides loads of power. Aggressively priced Apple refurbs tend to sell out fast, and we wouldn't expect any differently this time around.

Once again, we'll reiterate that refurbished goods from Apple come in tip top shape and carry the same 1-year warranty as brand new goods. Shipping is free.

Thanks to forum member hackoder for letting us know about the latest price drop.

Source: hackoder via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • beerbear9
    • Nice. There is also an iMac 27'' with 1TB Fusion Drive and GTX 680MX 2GB. Very tempted...
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    • AncasterRFD
    • $2200+tax new, different CPU, what else?

      Great price to get a retina 15, 1y warranty same as new.

      Almost the same as when I paid $1900 cash when it came out (my friend bought it and was past the return period, sold it to me).
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    • Politikil
    • Thanks for the information! I purchased two of these last week (not even delivered yet) and just called Apple and received a price adjustment for $224. Nice!
  • AVATAR
    • gong0704
    • I purchased one when it was 1779... too bad...
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    • HowEver
    • Smoking fast computer, even or especially at the lower model level. Wow.
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    • gves02
    • I got $1700 + taxes to burn why not. But a nice system, want to see what they announce this year though. Maybe a rebranded GK107 (Geforce 750M) and a hasswell CPU ...shocking. Apparently apple's dropping their prices in order to gain more market share and it is working though. Stock prices dont reflect that, only reflects poorer than normal iphone sales lol.
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    • ihacki
    • I admit I have poor eyesight, or just ignorant in general... but when I looked at the Retina iPad + MacBook Pro in the Apple store, I'm not too sure the 'wow' factor from the screen is really there. I could see the pixels (nearly putting my nose on the screen) and less vivid colors on the non-retina display, but is it really worth the additional couple hundred dollars of premium?

      How does Retina compare with the IPS monitors in general? Now that Apple stock is under pressure, I was hoping for even more price drops...
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    • Mayosandwich
    • I would never buy another mac, still feel ripped off from my 13" 2011 macbookpro
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    • inc188
    • this is $310 less then the newer version with uni discount. Get this or the newer for an extra $300?
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    • AncasterRFD
    • this is $310 less then the newer version with uni discount. Get this or the newer for an extra $300?
      You'd be paying $300 for a retail box.
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    • beerbear9
    • this is $310 less then the newer version with uni discount. Get this or the newer for an extra $300?
      If you are in no hurry, definitely wait for the Haswell upgrade which promises significantly longer battery life.
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    • inc188
    • If you are in no hurry, definitely wait for the Haswell upgrade which promises significantly longer battery life.
      Sorry, What's that? and didnt they just refreshed them?
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    • KC108
    • I would get this, but I don't know what to do with my current 15" Late 2011 MacBook Pro. Never sold anything more expensive than an iPhone before.
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    • Rudy
    • It's a great computer! I had one and I loved it, now my wife is using it and she also loves it (switched to a 27" iMac since I work from home now)
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    • Brian2k1
    • If you can, wait.

      The MacBook Pro refresh is right around the corner. Haswell is being released in June and we will likely see the new MacBook's roll out in time for back to school. If you are still interested in this refurb you will be able to pick it up for the same price or lower - Apple still carries refurbs from 1 year ago. Then it will be a much easier comparison to see if it's worth paying up for the newest tech (Haswell) or picking up an older refurb on the cheap.
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    • beerbear9
    • Sorry, What's that? and didnt they just refreshed them?
      They did just slightly bumped the processor speed but Haswell will be a new generation CPU with very low idle power consumption. It's to be released in June and Apple is likely to refresh the MacBook Pro by then.
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    • hackoder
    • Bump. Price now dropped to $1599. Keeps dropping as we get close to Haswell. Still, a very good value as Haswell will probably be priced starting at 1999 or 2199.
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    • ericCH
    • I bought the retina 10 days ago for $1679, called them today asking for a price adjustment and the whole process was quite effortless.
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    • Kappsi
    • Haswell may be coming out soon, but from what I remember these Retina versions didn't actually have refurbs available until months later. I'm guessing the refreshed ones would be similar in this regard.
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    • Gangsta
    • I recommend this laptop for future CEO's or any business magnate.
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    • hi-tech
    • I would get this, but I don't know what to do with my current 15" Late 2011 MacBook Pro. Never sold anything more expensive than an iPhone before.
      Haha, same here. I really want this, but does anyone even want a 2 year old MBP? Mine is from Feb 2011.
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    • toguy
    • I would get this, but I don't know what to do with my current 15" Late 2011 MacBook Pro. Never sold anything more expensive than an iPhone before.
      Haha, same here. I really want this, but does anyone even want a 2 year old MBP? Mine is from Feb 2011.
      I don't think people generally have much trouble selling MacBooks, assuming they are in decent shape. I know someone who switched from a desktop (iMac) to a MacBook (bought used) to travel for a year, and after the year he sold the MacBook for only $100 less than what he bought it for.
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    • rabblerouser
    • I would never buy another mac, still feel ripped off from my 13" 2011 macbookpro
      I'm still using a mid 2009 macbook pro. I put in more ram and replaced the old HD with an intel SSD and it's been wonderful. Battery life is also pretty decent despite it's age.

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