Get Your Very Own M1 iMac In Blue For Under $999 Today

This is your chance to make a big saving on the stunning 24-inch Apple iMac that packs in the power of Apple’s M1 chip. Usually priced at around $1,285, the Amazon Renewed initiative is offering the iMac finished in blue for just $974.91.

First and foremost, Amazon Renewed products are thoroughly tested and inspected to look and function like new. This iMac has been professionally refurbished to meet the highest standards so it arrives in pristine, like-new condition. The price is the only difference that you should notice.

Right, and now let’s talk about this insane machine. The lighting-fast M1 chip gives the 24-inch iMac a huge performance boost for seamless multitasking and handling even the most complex workflows. Everything is snappier and more responsive. And the slim 4.5K Retina display simply pops thanks to the eye-popping detail and vivid colors.

The machine comes with an excellent 1080p FaceTime HD camera with image signal processing for sharp video calls and recordings. The six-speaker sound system provides immersive studio-quality audio. And all of that is packed into what people are calling an “impossibly thin” 11.5mm design. You really need to see this machine on your desk to experience just how beautiful it is.

You get 8GB of unified memory and a speedy 256GB SSD that provides ample room for apps, photos, videos and files. You will even find enough speed, performance, and storage for your favorite flagship game. This is a machine that’s capable of doing it all.

Don’t miss the opportunity to save over $300 on this powerful Apple iMac. If you’ve never experienced the power and efficiency of Apple’s own M-series chips, then this is your opportunity to get onboard without having to pay full price.

Buy: 2021 Apple iMac, 256GB, M1 Chip: $974.91 | Original price: $1,285

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