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Apple MacBook Pro 16" (Late 2021): M1 Pro, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Liquid Retina XDR EXPIRED

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Adorama has Apple MacBook Pro (Late 2021): M1 Pro w/ 10-Core CPU and 16-Core GPU, 16GB, 512GB SSD, 16" with Liquid Retina XDR (MK183LL/A) for $2,199. Shipping is free.

Note: On Backorder: Order now, your card will not be charged until it is ready to ship.

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Key Features
  • Apple M1 Pro chip for a massive leap in CPU, GPU, and machine learning performance
  • 10-core CPU delivers up to 2x faster performance to fly through pro workflows quicker than ever
  • 16-core GPU with up to 4x faster performance for graphics-intensive apps and games
  • 16-core Neural Engine for up to 5x faster machine learning performance
  • Longer battery life, up to 21 hours
  • Up to 16GB of unified memory so everything you do is fast and fluid
  • 512GB of superfast SSD storage launches apps and opens files in an instant
  • Stunning 16-inch Liquid Retina XDR display with extreme dynamic range and contrast ratio
  • RAM Memory: 16GB RAM
  • Drive Info: 512GB SSD
  • Processor Type: M1Pro 10C CPU / 16C GPU
  • Graphics Card: Apple Integrated
  • Color: Space Gray
  • Resolution: 3456 x 2234 Native Resolution
What's in the box:
  • Apple MacBook Pro 16" with Liquid Retina XDR Display
  • 140W USB-C Power Adapter
  • USB-C to MagSafe 3 Cable (2m)
  • Apple 1 Year Limited Warranty

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Skietacas asked this question on 11-28-2021 at 10:18 PM
11-28-2021 at 11:17 PM
Yep.
11-29-2021 at 12:45 AM
Yes - have had great service with high end gear from photo equipment, rentals, and used photo gear.
11-29-2021 at 05:39 AM
Yes. I’ve bought camera equipment from them since the mid 2000’s, and occasionally non-camera products they have on sale.
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yes. very much like BnH Photo.
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that's what i am waiting for. 16 inch, 16GB, 1TB.
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Hard to call it 'overpriced' as there are few other things that can compare to this, especially for pro use. If you just want to post comments on SD and Twitter, it's overpriced (and overpowered) but if you are a content creator, these are sweet machines that are a big upgrade over the i7 and i9 models and well worth the money IMO.
512GB for a MacBook Pro 16" is just sad nowadays especially when you see quality SanDisk or Samsung 2TB SSDs for $200.

PRO MacBooks should start at least with 2TB SSDs. The upcharging is ridiculous.
Overpriced compared to what, as in notebooks that have anywhere near the same performance, battery life, noise, and form-factor?

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Nice to see deals so soon! Hopefully the max will also go on sale!
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Price will come down if people don't buy it. It is overpriced.
There are very specific people working on these hardware
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Awesome, competing with themselves, apparently, since they have no peers?
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I'm a developer and have read these aren't the best for that use case due to x86 compatibility stuff. So dumb question… can these M1 chips run VM's so I can run windows if I need to? This machine is a beast, but would hate to spend that much if my use case limits what it can do for me.
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Hard to call it 'overpriced' as there are few other things that can compare to this, especially for pro use. If you just want to post comments on SD and Twitter, it's overpriced (and overpowered) but if you are a content creator, these are sweet machines that are a big upgrade over the i7 and i9 models and well worth the money IMO.
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512GB for a MacBook Pro 16" is just sad nowadays especially when you see quality SanDisk or Samsung 2TB SSDs for $200.

PRO MacBooks should start at least with 2TB SSDs. The upcharging is ridiculous.
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There are very specific people working on these hardware
What are their names?
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Return policy isn't so good though

Non returnable items

Following items cannot be returned once opened

Software, Film, Paper, DVDs, Bulbs, flash tubes, Batteries, Ink cartridges, Notebooks, Netbooks, Tablets, iPads and Computers, Memory cards, any item which has been removed from its "blister-pack".
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This is a super good deal. I paid 2689 plus tax for 14" with 10cpu, 16gpu, 32 RAM, and 1tb SSD. This is the same processor but less ram and memory on a bigger screen.

Note that imo the battery isn't all that great and the cost per memory is outrageous.
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Will anyone match? B&H?
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Price will come down if people don't buy it. It is overpriced.
Overpriced compared to what, as in notebooks that have anywhere near the same performance, battery life, noise, and form-factor?
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Return policy isn't so good though

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Following items cannot be returned once opened

Software, Film, Paper, DVDs, Bulbs, flash tubes, Batteries, Ink cartridges, Notebooks, Netbooks, Tablets, iPads and Computers, Memory cards, any item which has been removed from its "blister-pack".
So if it's completely unopened, how much does a return cost? Free? Free shipping? Any experience with this company?!
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