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Apple 12-Inch MacBook 512GB MRQP2X/A $1377 + Shipping ($0 with Club Catch) @ Catch


In its lightest, thinnest and compact form yet, MacBook delivers on performance and style like never before. Powered by seventh generation Intel Core processors, it features a 12" Retina display for crystal clear optics, full sized keyboard with force-sensing trackpad, USB-C port and up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.


Apple laptops
Model: MacBook | MRQP2X/A 2017 Model (Last of its kind)
Colour: Gold
Processor: 1.3GHz dual-core Intel® Core i5
Chipset: N/A
Display: 12" Retina LED backlit with IPS (2304 x 1440p)
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 615
Storage: 512GB SSD
Audio: N/A
Memory: 8GB RAM
Wireless: 802.11ac Wi-Fi
Ports: 1 x USB-C
Operating system: macOS High Sierra
Camera: Webcam
Battery life: Up to 10 hours
Full sized keyboard
Force Touch trackpad
Dimensions (approx. cm): N/A
Weight (approx.): N/A
Country of origin: N/A

Very good price for brand new MacBook 12" with 512gb especially for AUS stock.

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  • +2 votes

    Price in title

  • +1 vote

    Photos indicate its got a UK keyboard layout. That would be a nightmare if true.


    Here's hoping we get new ARM ones next year…


    Hmm, you can get. 2019 air for $1.4k from Jb when on sale. (128gb)
    Sure this has a lot more local storage but smaller display..
    Newer model addresses the so called keyboard issue that effects many of the 2017 models.

    • +3 votes

      Smaller display because it's a smaller laptop. The Air is a fat brick compared to this.
      On a few occasions I've carried one of these in a bag with little else, and had to stop and confirm it was still there because I couldn't feel the weight at all.


        Are we talking about the retina Air?

        • +1 vote

          Yea, but it's more a comment on how tiny the 12inch macbooks are, even compared to the retina Air which is fairly small already.

          Although those Airs are almost the same size as the Pros anyway, so their main selling point seems to be price, not size.


        I remember when the (new) Air first came out, comparing it next to the 12" Macbook reminded me of how it felt to compare the original Macbook Air with the (then standard) Macbook range! (funny how the names reversed). In other words, the new Macbook Air isn't that light/thin compared to other laptops now, but the 12" Macbook Retina is still what I'd consider to be a very thin and light laptop which not many others can match in portability - although you are obviously paying for this through both the price premium and the relatively weak performance for anything other than productivity. It would still make a perfect laptop for a student though.


    Tempted but I just can't deal with the butterfly keys.

    • +2 votes

      If you have not already tried them, give them ago.
      Given how many were sold the issues are way overstated.


      I know the feeling. I don’t own one but I bought one of these for the wife and I never loved the new keys. That being said it wouldn’t have been a deal breaker for me as it’s just so portable.


    did we work out if its got a UK keyboard layout ?

    how do we find out. its not like we can email them ?

  • +1 vote

    Says $1783 for me.