Apple’s MacBook Air M1 on Sale for $850 Right Now Amazon

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The MacBook Air M1 is a great choice for anyone looking to upgrade their daily driver. The new Apple processor makes it powerful enough for most users and the fanless design is an improvement. Amazon now offers the laptop for just $850, instead of its usual price of $1,000. This is a record-breaking price and $50 less than what the laptop was selling for in the last few weeks.

Amazon: MacBook Air M1 (256GB), $850 MacBook Air Air M1 (1,099) Amazon:

You get the base model with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. However, you can grab the 512GB model at a lower price — $1,099 or $150 less than its regular price. Extra-storage models are available quickly but will not be in stock until August. This is our best MacBook Air M1 sale in months, if you are willing to wait.

The MacBook Air M1 is our favorite Apple laptop right now. It’s impressive how fast websites load, scrolling is effortless, and native apps work like clockwork. The Air M1 doesn’t have a fan, so it’s quieter overall. There won’t be any annoying whining when pushing the machine beyond its limit. The Air M1 will last for a full day, about 16.5 hours in our tests. So you can both use it at work or play.

Although the Air M1 is a familiar design, it’s not necessarily a problem. The Air M1’s clamshell is thin and light with an elegant 13.3 inch Retina display. It also has a large and precise trackpad, and comfortable keyboard. Although you will have to use a webcam at 720p and two USB-C ports only, these are minor inconveniences for a machine that is otherwise excellent.

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Publiated at Thu 29 July 2021, 14:38.45 +0000

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