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Get a whopping $1,100 off the MacBook Pro M1 Max at B&H Photo right now

MacBook discounts are rare, so run -- don't walk -- to this incredible early Black Friday deal on a 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Max at B&H Photo.
Written by Taylor Clemons, Staff Writer
Top-down view of the MacBook Pro M1 Max

MacBook discounts are very rare, and even rarer still are steep discounts. But right now at B&H Photo, you can save $1,100 on the MacBook Pro 16 with M1 Max chip. But you'll have to act fast: With a deal like this, stock will sell out quickly -- especially with Black Friday coming up at the end of the week.

Along with the M1 Max CPU, the MacBook Pro 16 is built with 32GB of RAM, a 32-core on-chip GPU, and a 1TB SSD. The 16.2-inch display uses Apple's Liquid Retina XDR technology to produce bold colors and deep contrasts. It also has a peak brightness of 1,000 nits, so you can easily see your work, webpage, or video in harsh overhead lighting and even in broad daylight. And if your storage needs change, the MacBook Pro M1 Max can support up to 8TB of storage for all the room you'll need for raw video, photo, and 3D model files. 

The MacBook Pro M1 Max has Thunderbolt 4 ports that allow you to quickly transfer files between devices and storage drives as well as charge mobile devices and even connect secondary displays if you need more room to multitask. The built-in speakers work with Dolby Atmos to create virtual surround sound for a more immersive experience while listening to music or streaming shows and movies. And with a 21-hour battery life, you'll be able to work all day and well into the night before you even need to think about plugging in.

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