Save £400 on the 16-inch MacBook Pro with this huge Amazon price cut

This cheapest-ever MacBook Pro deal gets you a big, beastly six-core machine with 16GB of RAM at a giant discount

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The 16-inch MacBook Pro is Apple's biggest and most powerful laptop, with a price tag to match, but this fantastic MacBook Pro deal at Amazon cuts the price by a whopping £400.

See Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch for just £1999 (save £400) at Amazon UK

That model includes a six-core 2.6GHz Intel Core i7 processor (which includes HyperThreading, so it actually acts as 12 cores), 16GB of RAM, 512GB of ultra-fast storage, and a 4GB AMD Radeon Pro 5300M graphics chip.

The screen is a 3072x1920, making it incredibly sharp, and it supports the P3 wide colour gamut, as well as Apple's excellent True Tone display tech, which makes it much easier on the eyes.

It also includes all-day battery life, and stunningly good speakers, which are not only loud and detailed, but also use a clever system of drivers in opposition to each other so that you can't feel vibrations in the case even when they're loud.

There's an especially fancy microphone array as well, which aims to capture your voice as clearly as a dedicated mic – great for conference calls.

Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch, 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB | Save £400 | Now £1,999 at Amazon UK

Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch, 2.6GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB | Save £400 | Now £1,999 at Amazon UK
Equipped with a 2.6GHz hex-core Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of the fastest storage in the business (suitable for editing full-quality 4K video) and powerful AMD dedicated graphics, this is a powerhouse machine. The large screen is ideal for working, and it features Apple's latest keyboard design, which is more comfortable and reliable than previous recent MacBook Pros. 

Matthew Bolton

Matt is T3's former AV and Smart Home Editor (UK), master of all things audiovisual, overseeing our TV, speakers and headphones coverage. He also covered smart home products and large appliances, as well as our toys and games articles. He's can explain both what Dolby Vision IQ is and why the Lego you're building doesn't fit together the way the instructions say, so is truly invaluable. Matt has worked for tech publications for over 10 years, in print and online, including running T3's print magazine and launching its most recent redesign. He's also contributed to a huge number of tech and gaming titles over the years. Say hello if you see him roaming the halls at CES, IFA or Toy Fair. Matt now works for our sister title TechRadar.