[eBay Plus] MacBook Pro 2019 13" 2 TB3 128GB $1699.15 | 256GB $1954.15 | 15" 256GB $2974.15 | 512GB $3484.15 @ Wireless1 eBay

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Here is a 15% off MacBooks (2019) at Wireless1 eBay. Remembers to squeeze an extra 1% cashback through eBay App.

Model Colour MPN1 SSD2 TB33 RRP4 Checkout Price
MacBook Air Space Grey MVFH2X/A 128GB 2 $1,699 $1,444.15
Gold MVFM2X/A 128GB 2 $1,699 $1,444.15
Silver MVFK2X/A 128GB 2 $1,699 $1,444.15
Space Grey MVFJ2X/A 256GB 2 $1,999 $1,699.15
Gold MVFN2X/A 256GB 2 $1,999 $1,699.15
Silver MVFL2X/A 256GB 2 $1,999 $1,699.15
MacBook Pro 13" Space Grey MUHN2X/A 128GB 2 $1,999 $1,699.15
Silver MUHQ2X/A 128GB 2 $1,999 $1,699.15
Space Grey MUHP2X/A 256GB 2 $2,299 $1,954.15
Silver MUHR2X/A 256GB 2 $2,299 $1,954.15
Space Grey MV962X/A 256GB 4 $2,699 $2,294.15
Silver MV992X/A 256GB 4 $2,699 $2,294.15
MacBook Pro 15" Space Grey MV902X/A 256GB 4 $3,499 $2,974.15
Silver MV922X/A 256GB 4 $3,499 $2,974.15
Space Grey MV912X/A 512GB 4 $4,099 $3,484.15
Silver MV932X/A 512GB 4 $4,099 $3,484.15

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Comments

  • +4 votes

    Unfortunately, can't order a special build at 15% off - I'd love to have more than 16GB of RAM in my next MBP.

  • +3 votes

    What makes a 512gb SSD $500 more expensive than a 256gb SSD?

  • +1 vote

    Can we claim TRS on these too?

  • +11 votes

    Can't believe it's 2019 and they still start with 128gb

    • +3 votes

      I personally store very little on my laptops/PCs, it's all on a NAS or stored online, it is 2019 after all….

      • +1 vote

        Me too, everything is in the cloud. Much safer, almost unlimited storage, can be accessed from any device.

        • +8 votes

          unless there is no internet available where you are…

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            @Sammyboy: Then it defeats the purpose of buying a machine at that price point. Hence 128GB is not the only option.

            People who do buy the 128 variants usually need it for media consumption, general daily use with word documents, with no need to run bootcamp, etc. Even if they do need an extra bit of storage offline, external sata ssds are cheap enough to store something once in a while.

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      cant believe the price after disc is 1999 and going up

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      Not everyone needs a huge HDD believe it or not. So why pay more for something they won't use? My wife's laptop has used around 50GB on her HDD. I tend to get warnings saying my 512GB drive is full. Horses for courses.

    • +2 votes

      Not so pro

    • +5 votes

      If people didn’t buy them, they wouldn’t make em 😛

      Yeah, the actual reason is probably more complex. By having a poor value base model, the difference in price to upgrade actually seems a lot better than it is. People who had only been budgeting for the base model, are more likely to consider upgrading to the mid model. In reality the base model is crazy overpriced, and the other models are still … crazy overpriced.

      An i5, 8GB of RAM and 128GB SSD for $2000? Only apple could get away with that.

      But only $300 to double your storage? Almost seems like a absolute bargain!… unless you know how much 128GB costs.

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      Because Apple doesn't give a f***
      128GB will never be 128GB, it is always less. As more bigger the storage is, more less it actually has.
      SO itself will use almost half of the space left, temp files, etc, the rest.
      It should start with 256GB at least. It is enough and 2019 doesn't store the same "local data" as 2015, everything is in the cloud.

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      Remember that Macs (Especially MacBook PROs) are targeted towards casuals whose use case is scrolling Facebook and watching YouTube. Out of the 100s of MacBook PROs at my company, probably <5% are doing work that would actually require good specs, with most people just using word/Excel.

  •  

    Dam want a 13", 16GB, 512GB, 4TB port.

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      Listing here with what appears to be that model with 512gb option available.
      https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Apple-13-and-15-MacBook-Pro-with-Touch-Bar-All-Models/254241746961?hash=item3b31fd3011:m:mx7qnyAOZ-H3c_sxPXDjzLw:sc:AU_Courier!0830!AU!-1&frcectupt=true

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    Looks like they have some models available in a bundle with a Satechi Type-C Pro Hub w/ 4K HDMI & Thunderbolt 3 dock, for quite good prices as well

    eg MV962XA + dock for only $42 more than just the laptop itself.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Apple-13in-MacBook-Pro-Touch-Bar...

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    Thanks.. I think it’s time to pull the trigger

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    Can you add ram after purchase? I'd love to get 13" for this price, but can't live with 8gb …

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    must resist cuz next gen has a much better keyboard

  • -2 votes

    What a joke hahaha
    For $2k I got:

    9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H (6C / 12T, 2.6 / 4.5GHz, 12MB)
    2x 8GB DDR4-2666
    512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe
    15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 250nits Anti-glare, 60Hz
    NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6
    11ac, 2x2 + BT4.2

    Apple being Apple. And it is probably using SSD instead of NVMe.
    Some users still don't get the reality \o/

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      is ur laptop clevo?

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      The SSD is soldered onboard and is wired directly to PCIe (presumably when you say SSD you mean over SATA, which Apple hasn't used since… probably around 2013).
      It frequently benches best in class, faster than most everything else built into competing laptops (a quick search google I found a 2018 MBP benching at 3500MB/s - which puts it with top tier NVMe).

      I'm not saying it excuses the price (the storage price on them is nuts), but there ya go.

      • -1 vote

        "SSD is soldered onboard and is wired directly to PCIe"
        That is awesome, now, upgrade the SSD for me! If it burns or any hardware issues, your laptop is dead. You have to change the entire main board.
        NVMe is crazy fast and I am not even talking about Samsung EVO NVMe 2280.

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    (profanity) Apple. Can not fit 512gb on a micro SD for $130 and these pricks still limit the shit out of whats available. Absolute joke!

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    I believe the macbook air also has TB3 connectivity? 2 ports according to the apple website.