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Apple: Up to $260 Off Select Refurbished MacBook Pro Models Starting at $999.99 (Limited Time!)

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Apple: Up to $260 Off Select Refurbished MacBooks
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Get em while they're here -- Apple has restocked some of their refurbished MacBook Pro models EARN CASH BACK which you'll want to look through now if you hope to score one of these notebooks without having to pay full price. Despite being refurbished, Apple does cleans, tests and certifies all products and includes a 1-year warranty. Here's a look at what's available now in the refurb store:

While all deals above are pretty good discounts when it comes to Apple products, the one that stands out is the 13.3" MacBook Pro on sale for $1439. It was released earlier this year features lots of RAM, nicely sized SSD, HD webcam and the all-important Retina Display. The 13.3" form factor is becoming more desirable for students due to its size and weight -- just under 4lbs and 1.7cm thick when closed. Add to the fact that original price is around $1700 and this would be the one to consider if you've got the budget for one.

We all know how expensive Apple products can be so here's a good opportunity to save a bit on a refurbished but capable notebook. If you've been waiting on a sale or a restock of refurb inventory, you'll want to act fast to avoid missing out. Factor in Cash Back with the discounts and there are some pretty good deals to be had.

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    • mihaelb
    • still too expensive (especially considering that this is the older version of the Intel CPUs).

      the MBPs (MacBook Pros) look good (there are a few alternatives that do look the same or better, but many are just plastic). However, they are slow, and OSx (operating system on a Mac) is limited. Loading Windows on them is a waste of a few hours and pushes up the price, when you can get a cheaper, faster machine, that has Windows pre-installed.

      Battery life also falls far short from what Apple claims. My $850 Lenovo ran circles around the Macbook Pro that my school loaned me (before promptly returning the 10 MBPs they got as a trial), and had 1 hour longer battery life on average to boot.

      Yes, the Lenovo is uglier (there are pretty Lenovos out there that look a lot like the MBP, actually, but mine is the plain black), but is faster, has better battery, is cheaper, and has Windows preinstalled out of the box. I'll take that over how my computer looks any time.
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    • 5150racecar
    • still too expensive (especially considering that this is the older version of the Intel CPUs).

      the MBPs (MacBook Pros) look good (there are a few alternatives that do look the same or better, but many are just plastic). However, they are slow, and OSx (operating system on a Mac) is limited. Loading Windows on them is a waste of a few hours and pushes up the price, when you can get a cheaper, faster machine, that has Windows pre-installed.

      Battery life also falls far short from what Apple claims. My $850 Lenovo ran circles around the Macbook Pro that my school loaned me (before promptly returning the 10 MBPs they got as a trial), and had 1 hour longer battery life on average to boot.

      Yes, the Lenovo is uglier (there are pretty Lenovos out there that look a lot like the MBP, actually, but mine is the plain black), but is faster, has better battery, is cheaper, and has Windows preinstalled out of the box. I'll take that over how my computer looks any time.
      While i usually agree as i also have a lenovo, the latest screens besides the tabs are absolutely terrible. That is why I'm still holding on to my ancient x61t with an ips screen.
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    • loapp38
    • still too expensive (especially considering that this is the older version of the Intel CPUs).

      the MBPs (MacBook Pros) look good (there are a few alternatives that do look the same or better, but many are just plastic). However, they are slow, and OSx (operating system on a Mac) is limited. Loading Windows on them is a waste of a few hours and pushes up the price, when you can get a cheaper, faster machine, that has Windows pre-installed.

      Battery life also falls far short from what Apple claims. My $850 Lenovo ran circles around the Macbook Pro that my school loaned me (before promptly returning the 10 MBPs they got as a trial), and had 1 hour longer battery life on average to boot.

      Yes, the Lenovo is uglier (there are pretty Lenovos out there that look a lot like the MBP, actually, but mine is the plain black), but is faster, has better battery, is cheaper, and has Windows preinstalled out of the box. I'll take that over how my computer looks any time.
      Come on, it all about what you want to do. or how about this, your Lenovo can't even run OSX so it sucks......
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    • TomRFD
    • Can't we all just get along? Some people like Apples, some like Oranges.
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    • aikidoka
    • From my personal experience:
      I bought an Acer ultrabook which has Windows 8 installed.
      I returned it the next day as I cannot stand Windows 8.
      In the office the laptop is using Windows XP.
      At home I use OS X and sometimes Windows 7.
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