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Save $100 on the beautiful 24-inch iMac


M1 iMac
The beautiful and powerful 24-inch iMac gets a sweet $100 discount
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You can currently grab Apple’s 24-inch iMac with an M1 chip with a sweet $100 discount. The deal is applicable on both the entry-level and the 8-core GPU variant.

Thanks to the discount, you can get the M1 iMac for as low as $1,199.

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24-inch iMac is beautiful and powerful

Announced in May 2021, the M1 iMac is the best lifestyle PC for your home. The 24-inch screen is gorgeous to look at, with a peak brightness of 500 nits and P3 wide color gamut support.

Apple sells the M1 iMac in seven vivid colors, so you will find the color that perfectly matches your living room or workspace.

The 24-inch iMac is not just beautiful but also powerful. Thanks to the M1 chip, it can easily handle your daily tasks with ease. You can even do some light video editing without any issues. What’s impressive is that despite packing so much power in a slim form factor, you will barely ever hear the fan spinning on the M1 iMac.

The six-speaker setup is also impressive, delivering outstanding sound quality with support for spatial audio and Dolby Atmos.

M1 iMac is more affordable after $100 discount

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 slightly more power, Amazon has the beefed-up M1 chip variant of the machine featuring an 8-core GPU on sale. The machine carries an MSRP of $1,449.99, but you can get it for $1,349. The $100 discount is automatically applied at checkout for eligible accounts. You get $100 off on only four colors, though: yellow, purple, orange, and pink.

The 8-core GPU variant of the M1 iMac comes with two additional USB3/Thunderbolt 3 ports. Additionally, Apple bundles a Touch ID-based Magic Keyboard and a power adapter with a built-in Gigabit Ethernet port. The entry-model ships with a regular Magic Keyboard and a regular power brick.

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