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$1999 vs $2500 M1 Pro: The User’s Experience

Battle of the entry-level models

Let’s start off with the displays. They both feature a Mini-LED panel which allows for super dark blacks, meaning a great experience watching HDR content.
With both models, we also get a new notch that is the same size on both laptops. This means it takes up proportionately less of the 16-inch display.

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