It’s that time of the year again with Presidents Day sales marking the first major sales season of the year. Early Presidents Day deals have already started emerging including the latest MacBook Air down to its lowest-ever price at Amazon right now. With a $50 price cut, it’s down to just $950 for a strictly limited time only. It’s one of a selection of great Presidents Day laptop sales we’re seeing pop up in the run up to the long weekend.
The latest Apple MacBook Air is simply fantastic. In our recent Apple MacBook Air M1 review, we loved it for its fast performance, its phenomenal battery life, and its exceptional build quality. Simply put, it’s the best MacBook Air we’ve ever seen.
The MacBook Air uses the latest Apple-designed M1 chip, marking the first departure from Intel processors for many years. With that comes a huge performance boost when it comes to CPU and GPU speeds. The 8-core processor promises up to 3.5 times faster speeds than previous MacBook Airs while the graphics card offers up to 5 times the performance we’ve seen elsewhere. Impressively, it still achieves an up to 18-hour battery life despite having such exceptional power under its hood.
More conventionally, the MacBook Air also has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. It’s everything you could need from a lightweight laptop with its 13.3-inch Retina display looking fantastic while ensuring the device is just the right size for portability. It also offers a fanless design so it’s entirely silent to use.
With so much to love, the latest MacBook Air is easily the best MacBook for most people to snap up. It’s a tour de force in terms of what Apple has managed to accomplish with its new processor that’s sure to be a great investment for the future.
Ordinarily priced at $1,000, you can snap up the latest MacBook Air at Amazon for just $950. That’s a modest but important $50 saving that you just don’t normally see on the latest Apple models. If you’re keen to embrace the new M1 chip, this is the perfect time to experience just how revolutionary it is.
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