Apple’s latest 2019 MacBook Pro is available with a discount of $100 for registered students right now but Amazon is also offering the same notebook at the same price for everyone. That means you can get the current 13-inch 128GB MacBook Pro for $1,199.99 rather than the standard $1,299 price.

This equates to the first time that the recently refreshed MacBook Pro has been discounted for everyone rather than just students.

If you’re looking at the 256GB model, with the beefier 2.4Ghz Intel Core i5, you are looking at a whopping $200 discount on the machine.

The latest MacBook Pro comes with the Touch Bar built in (a stock feature on all MacBook Pros now), and there’s also an intel Core i5 CPU as well. Oh, and don’t forget the True Tone display that is capable of adjusting the screen’s color to match the lighting in the room.

Other specifications of note include a pair of Thunderbolt USB-C ports, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 645/655 GPU, and a super-fast SSD for storage. Support for 802.11ac WiFi is included, and input is handled via the Force Touch trackpad and Apple’s latest butterfly keyboard. And yes, it’s already part of Apple’s keyboard repair program.

If you are a student it might still be best to pick your new MacBook Pro up from Apple even though the pricing is the same. Apple is currently offering a free pair of Beats headphones as part of the company’s annual back-to-school promotion. It’s available online and in-store, too.

If you’re not a student this Amazon deal is obviously the way to go. But be quick about it. There’s no saying how long this price is going to be around for.

Buy: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro, 128GB, 1.4GHz Intel Core i5, Space Gray or Silver: $1,199 | Original price $1,299
Buy: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro, 256GB, 2.4GHz Intel Core i5, Space Gray or Silver: $1,599 | Original price $1,799

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