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The best time to buy an Apple MacBook Air? Right now!
On Amazon, you can score a brand new 13-inch Apple MacBook Air (2017) for just $750, or $249 off its list price. Originally going for $999, this model is priced to move at 30 percent off retail.
Go into 2020 with style and power with an Intel Core i5 Dual-Core chip built-in, 8GB of memory and 128GB of on-board storage and the latest version of MacOS Catalina after an over-the-air-update. While this model is a powerful and speedy multi-tasker, it’s also super-lightweight and compact at just under three pounds.
You can throw all sorts of spreadsheets, documents, internet browser tabs and YouTube videos at this and it won’t skip a beat—which is why Apple is considered one of the best and most popular computer manufacturers in the world.
But don’t just take our word for it.
“I love my MacBook Air! I do photography and some design stuff on the side and was worried this computer would get bogged down with all the software I run at a time,” wrote a very satisfied five-star reviewer. “I have the full adobe suite and use many of the programs at once and have had very minimal slowing of the computer. Premier Pro I would say has the most trouble but I was still edit and export all of my video! Apple in general is a great brand that produces high quality products so in my opinion you will never go wrong buying this computer!”
Another delighted shopper added, “This computer is beyond amazing. I have been able to do so much with it. I love how it syncs to my phone and watch. And my documents are easily accessible.”
A fantastic deal at just $750.
Shop it: Apple MacBook Air (13-inch/8GB RAM/128GB SSD storage), $750 (was $999), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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