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Knock $100 off the M1 MacBook Air for Prime Day


2020 MacBook Air with M1 processor
Save a chunk of change on the 2020 MacBook Air with M1 processor for Prime Day.
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It’s time to stop procrastinating about getting an MacBook Air with the powerful M1 processor — Amazon has the svelte Mac notebook for $100 below the regular price.

Don’t delay further as this deal is only good for a couple of days.

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2020 MacBook Air offers big performance in a small package

The MacBook Air was already a great ultraportable and then Apple put in the M1. This 8-core processor provides up to 3.5x faster performance and up to 5x faster graphics than its predecesser. The chip makes this not only the fastest MacBook Air ever, but one of the fastest notebooks today.

All that power but no fan is needed. And it offers up to 15 hours on a single battery charge when browsing wirelessly.

The 2020 MacBook Air has a brilliant 13.3-inch display. This has a 2560-by-1600-native resolution, giving it 227 pixels per inch.

It sports a pair of Thunderbolt/USB 4 ports and a headphone jack. Plus, the notebook uses Apple’s reliable Magic keyboard.

Save big

Amazon is now offering the 2020 MacBook Air with M1, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage for $899.99. The price is cut by $50 as a Prime Day sale, and an additional $49.01 in savings is added when checking out. And the version with 512GB of storage is $1099.99 after a $99.01 discount applied at checkout.

Despite the name, Prime Day actually goes on for two days, June 21 and June 22. Be sure to read the Cult of Mac MacBook Air with M1 processor review if you need help making up your mind before time runs out.


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