Apple’s critically-acclaimed Mac mini complete with the company’s own M1 silicon is currently available to purchase via Amazon with a $100 discount applied. The price reduction allows you to grab the 512GB variant for just $799.

As mentioned above, this particular Mac mini is Apple’s 2020 version and comes with the company’s own M1 silicon for huge speed and performance improvements over earlier Intel-based models. The inclusion of the Apple-designed M1 introduces a giant leap in CPU, GPU, and machine learning performance.

The 8-core CPU packs up to 3x faster performance than previous models in order to allow workflows to be more efficient than ever. The 8-core GPU with up to 6x faster graphics means that visually intensive apps and games and more performant than ever and an absolute joy to interact with. The machine also comes with a 16-core Neural Engine for advanced machine learning.

In addition to all of the above, this model brings 8GB of unified memory to ensure that everything is fast and fluid and offers a blazing-fast 512GB of SSD storage. Buyers will also get access to the latest and greatest versions of macOS that have been designed to work flawlessly with the M1-powered machines, which, of course, includes the macOS Monterey that is currently in development and slated for a release later this year.

If you already have the monitor and the peripherals, then this Mac mini is a super affordable way to experience Apple’s lighting-fast M1 silicon.

If this is a deal that you are interested in benefitting from, then you should know what to do by now. Simply head on over to the direct link below to fill in any blanks that you may have and to make the purchase. There are no discount codes or coupons available to achieve the advertised $799 price.

Buy: 2020 Apple Mac Mini with Apple M1 Chip (8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage) from Amazon: $799 | Original price: $899

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