B&H Photo is offering an extreme discount on one of the most capable machines on the market — the 14-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 Max chip.
MacBook users looking to upgrade their device to something with more oomph can take home the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Max chip for only $2,599. This $1,500 closeout discount means investing in high performance without breaking the bank.
The MacBook Pro lineup boasts some of the best performance found in laptops today, but when paired with Apple Silicon in the form of the M1 chip, the Pro lineup shines. This closeout model, even with the last-gen chip, represents one of the best you can buy, thanks to the M1 Max chipset with 64GB of unified RAM and 2TB of SSD storage.
A MacBook this powerful is perfect for users working on the most demanding projects, like editing ProRes video, mastering multi-track audio recordings, or running resource-heavy games. Although not the largest model, the 14-inch display still sports a Liquid Retina XDR screen with 3024×1964 resolution.
This 14-inch MacBook Pro delivers unparalleled battery life for on-the-go workers at up to 17 hours before needing a charge. And when you do charge it, the MagSafe 3 charger can deliver rapid power, bringing you up to 50 percent in just a half-hour.
Although laptop speakers have come a long way, many still fall short of quality, yet the high-fidelity audio available on the MacBook Pro can replace many standalone speakers. It has a six-speaker sound platform, two tweeters, and four woofers that complete the sound experience like never before.
Buying this MacBook model would cost you $4,099 if you purchased it at retail price. However, B&H Photo’s incredible $1,500 discount means you can bring it home for only $2,599. And, when you purchase one through B&H Photo, you get free two-day shipping in the lower 48.
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