Originally Posted by pscates2.0
EDIT: If I BTO the current $1,999 13" MacBook Pro (because it has the 512GB storage the new 16" model has), then it costs $500 to upgrade to the 2.8GHz quad-core i7 ($300) and 16GB RAM ($200), putting it at $2,499...$100 more than the stock 16" model.
Yeah, that's a funny one. I had a customer the other day who wanted that spec, and he wound up going home to think about his life choices.
And you have to remember that the 16" has a much more powerful GPU, 6 cores vs. 4, 6 speakers vs. 2, an extra hour of battery life, and the obvious screen size. Add the keyboard difference if that's a thing for you.
I snipped the thread because it was getting off topic and into a discussion we were having elsewhere
I want to continue the conversation, but in the appropriate place.