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The comparison the review makes to the non-Touch Bar MBP is slightly inaccurate imo. Users who want the extra performance for more intensive tasks (video editing, intensive gaming) should indeed go for the Pro. But if that's the goal, it's gonna cost you quite a bit. You'd have to upgrade the poor 128GB storage to at least 256GB, the 8GB SSD to 16GB, and probably the CPU as well since 2.3 i5 won't get you far. The total for such a machine is $2,000. Honestly it seems like people (and reviewers) still can't rid themselves of the bad impressions the underpowered 2015-MacBook has made. A shame really, cause it's a fantastic machine.