There is no doubt that Apple makes some of the best laptops available. However, the company is known for setting a high price tag, and its laptops are especially no exception. Not everyone has the budget to buy a brand new, fully-spec’d MacBook, but that doesn’t mean you won’t ever get your hands on one.
Instead, you might want to try a refurbished model. The Apple MacBook Pro 13” Retina comes equipped with an 3.1GHz Intel processor and 8GB of RAM — and Hannity viewers can get a refurb today for just $789.95. That is a huge 39% off the original MSRP.
Whether you need to use multiple Office apps or design a logo, working on a slow machine can be really frustrating. With the Apple MacBook Pro 13” Retina, you can leave those problems behind. The device’s aluminum shell measures just 0.71” thick, and being a refurbished unit, you may find slight cosmetic blemishes here and there — but under the hood, you will find monster specs.
The Pro 13” Retina comes with Intel’s second most powerful chip: the Intel i7. This particular processor is rated at 3.1GHz, with Turbo Boost technology taking you up to 3.4GHz. That’s enough to run pretty much any app. In addition, the MacBook Pro 13” Retina has 8GB of RAM for seamless multitasking and 25GB of RAM. You can work for up to 12 hours on battery power, and Iris Graphics 6100 opens up a world of multimedia.
This 2015 model also has a stunning 13” Retina display, with a resolution way above full HD. The pixel density and vibrancy are perfect for creative work.
The Apple MacBook Pro 13” Retina was originally priced at $1,299, but you can get a refurb in “Excellent” condition for just $789.95.
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