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Save 67% off this 13” MacBook Pro with 500GB storage

By Pocketnow Digital Offers February 26, 2020, 3:00 am

Apple MacBooks are superior laptops on the market is just about every realm, but they come with a hefty price-tag. Get a top-notch MacBook Pro for a fraction of the price by buying refurbished. The Apple MacBook Pro 13″ Core i5 500GB HDD – Silver (Refurbished) is an amazing laptop that doesn’t cost an arm and leg.

This MacBook Pro is an older model from mid-2012, but it operates like new. Possessing a fast 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 processor, the laptop allows you to multi-task and run numerous programs without any lag. Thanks to a 500GB storage size, you’ll be able to keep all your documents and videos in one location. The 7-hour battery life is excellent for working with on-the-go.


At 67% off, the Apple MacBook Pro 13″ Core i5 500GB HDD – Silver (Refurbished) is just $428.98. That’s 67% off the original price of $1299.99.

Apple Macbook Pro 13″ Core i5 500GB HDD – Silver (Refurbished) – $428.99

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