MacBook Pro models with the M3 and M3 Pro chips are available starting Tuesday and MacRumors videographer Dan Barbera was in New York so he popped over to the Grand Central station Apple Store to pick up a new machine to demo to MacRumors readers.

Dan purchased the M3 Pro MacBook Pro, which is a model that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention. Apple provided reviewers with new Macs equipped with M3 and M3 Max chips, but we’ve heard little about the new M3 Pro. For context, the M3 Pro has 150GB/s memory bandwidth, while the M2 Pro had 200GB/s.