I bought my new MacBook pro this past weekend.
I didn’t get the latest and greatest, but it was still a fun piece of technology to own and one that’s been a staple of my life for years.
I had always wanted a new laptop, but I’ve never been a fan of buying a brand new laptop.
There were so many options out there that I couldn’t find a great value at the time, and I had no idea what to expect from my new machine.
I ended up spending $1.5,000 on my first computer, and after a bit of searching and an online review, I found a cheap, portable machine that was very comfortable to use and could also work with a variety of different types of software.
The laptop I ended with cost me just $200, and it took just over three months to pay off my loan, pay off the $1k, and purchase the new machine from Lenovo.
It’s a great example of how things are changing for laptops.
Today, many laptops have powerful Intel processors, better battery life, and plenty of RAM and storage space.
These new laptops are built to be the ultimate desktop replacement, and there’s nothing quite like the freedom of an upgrade that comes with the bargain.