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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Should I buy Macbook Pro 13 old with lower price, or Macbook Pro 13 new?


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Hi everybody,
I come from Vietnam and you know, buying a laptop in Vietnam is not so easy.
Now, I'm wondering that question!
If I buy Macbook Pro 13 old, I will only pay 1130$
If I buy a new model, I will have to pay 1350$ (because of tax)
I'm a student now, and I don't need the powerful system.
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If you can afford the new one, get the new one as it has better specs, but if you don't need the better specs and/or can't afford it, go for the older one.
They are both good machines.
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