Apple’s latest MacBook Pro complete with the company’s own M1 chip is currently available with a discount applied. If you act now, you can grab the macOS-powered laptop for just $1,219 complete with 256GB of SSD storage.

If you spend any length of time sifting through the Twitterverse, then you may have seen your favorite technology pundit talking about Apple’s brand new M1 MacBook. People have been running speed tests, porting platforms to work on it, and generally just tinkering about with the new hardware in order to benchmark its performance and see how good it really is compared to Intel machines.

Now, with this deal, it’s your opportunity to get your hands on it without having to pay full price. The machine comes with the Apple-designed M1 chip for a “giant leap” in CPU, GPU, and machine learning performance. The 8-core CPU delivers up to 2.8x faster performance, which is especially important for people with intensive workflows. You also get up to 5x faster graphics performance for apps and games that rely heavily on that side of things.

It offers 8GB of unified memory, super fast SSD storage that is designed to let you launch apps and files in an instant, and a 16-core Neural Engine that serves up advanced machine learning. Put all of that together with the active cooling system and up to 20-hours of battery life, and you are left with a brand new Apple machine that takes performance to the next level and leaves the Intel restrictions behind. This is a new era of MacBook and it’s being offered to you with a 5% discount applied.

If you want to get your hands on the supercharged Apple M1 MacBook Pro, then it’s an extremely simple process. Just head on over to the direct link below to pop it into your basket and go through the checkout flow. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve this price.

Buy: New Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip from Amazon: $1,219 | Original price: $1,299

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