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Save $200: This refurbished/open box Apple MacBook Pro is down to $399 from its $599 MSRP on Walmart on Nov. 24, thanks to Black Friday. That's a discount of 33%

Buying refurbished is good for the environment and your wallet. But a discount on a refurbished MacBook Pro is even better.

This refurbished Apple MacBook Pro is being offered by Walmart as a part of Black Friday for $399, which is $200 lower than its MSRP. Since it is refurbished, it comes with some mild cosmetic blemishes and a few scratches, but nothing that will affect its working capacity. And with rigorous testing and cleaning of this restored product, apart from a 90-day replacement policy, this deal has us jumping off our seats.

This 13.3-inch MacBook Pro has an LED-backlit Retina display with a decent 2560*1000 resolution. The 8GB RAM is great for switching between apps seamlessly, and the 128GB space should be enough for storing your important documents, photos, and other digital memories.

With a full-size backlit keyboard, you can avoid the strain on your eyes from hours of laptop work. And with 10 hours of web usage on a single charge available and a lithium-polymer battery to save the day before your device crashes, you can use your device for a full workday without keeping it plugged in. If you're not sold on this deal yet, do note that it comes with a black case for storage, a wireless mouse, and a Bluetooth headset for free. While this MacBook may not be equipped with more powerful chips such as the M1 or M2, or with more storage, you may be as likely to be struck by lightning than to find a MacBook Pro at a similar price.

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