M1 iMac hits all-time low with up to $150 off


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The M1 iMac is the perfect machine for your home office at its discounted price
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Apple’s excellent 24-inch M1 iMac is cheaper than ever on Amazon right now. The base model with 7-core GPU and 256GB storage is available for $1,199 after a $100 discount.

The more powerful model with 8-core GPU sees an even more attractive discount of $150.

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24-inch iMac will perfectly complement your home office

In April last year, Apple announced the 24-inch iMac with the M1 chip featuring a thinner, lighter, and colorful chassis. It packs a super-sharp 4.5K Retina display that can reach up to 500 nits of brightness. This is paired with an impressive six-speaker sound system consisting of two pairs of force-canceling woofers that’s balanced with a high-performance tweeter.

The M1 chip inside the 24-inch iMac has enough grunt to handle any task that you throw at it. This makes it an ideal machine for your workspace, irrespective of how demanding the workload is.

The M1 iMac is available in six colors, so you can pick one up in a shade that blends with your environment.

Save up to $150 on the M1 iMac

Thanks to the discount on Amazon, you can pick up the entry-level iMac featuring a 7-core GPU, 256GB storage, and a standard Magic Keyboard in blue for $1,199. That’s a sweet $100 off its retail price of $1,299.

If you want the more powerful 8-core GPU model, you can get it in yellow or orange for $1,349, down from $1,499. If 256GB of storage won’t suffice for you, Amazon has the 512GB variant on sale in green or blue for $1,500 after a $150 discount.

Do note that the 8-core GPU model comes with two additional USB 3 ports, Touch ID-based Magic Keyboard. and a Gigabit Ethernet port built into the power adapter.

These prices are among the lowest the M1 iMac has been discounted to since its launch last year. So if the model you want is on sale, make sure to buy it right away.


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