Amazon’s incredible MacBook Air deal is back in stock now
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Apple’s MacBook Air has breathed new life with the introduction of the M1 processor in 2020. You can now save big on this Apple Silicon MacBook Air.
If you are looking for an Apple Silicon MacBook Air then Amazon is currently selling the MacBook Air M1 (2020) for just £877.99. That’s a saving of 12% on the asking price of £999.
The MacBook Air M1 is still amazing and this deal is a killer
This fantastic Amazon offer is back! With the MacBook Air M1 you can now save a lot.
Amazon was £999.99, now £817.99
We’ve seen this deal on Amazon before, but it’s been out of stock for a while. We’re happy and quite surprised to see it on sale again.
This version of the MacBook Air has the M1 chip on board, which was a massive upgrade from the Intel chips in the legacy model. There’s 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and a 13-inch Retina display.
In addition, this model has a FaceTime HD camera, the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and a backlit keyboard. It’s also available in Space Gray, Gold, and Silver color schemes, so there’s plenty to choose from.
Apple has since upgraded to the MacBook Air M2 (2022), which features a brand new design and more power than before, but also comes at a higher price point. With similar specs, it currently costs £1,119 on Amazon.
So this isn’t the newest model with the freshest design, but the price is right for a laptop that we gave a perfect five-star rating a couple of years ago.
Our tester Max Parker praised the fast M1 processor, exceptional battery life, great keyboard (no more butterflies!) and strong app support.
In his updated MacBook Air M1 review, Max wrote, “The MacBook Air M1 may be a few years old now, but the revolutionary M1 chip was so fast to begin with that it remains one of the faster chips on the market at this price point.”
“This makes the M1-powered MacBook Air a great option if you don’t feel like breaking the bank to bag the newer M2 model.”