Picking up a brand new M2 MacBook Air just got cheaper with Amazon selling the upgraded 512GB version with a big discount.
You’d normally expect to pay around $1,500 to get your hands on this particular MacBook Air, but you can place your order now and save 10% and $150. That deal is only available on the black version right now, but there are slightly less impressive discounts on the others if you really don’t want to go that route.
No matter what color you choose you don’t need to enter any discount codes or clip any on-screen coupons here. You do however need to make sure that you place that order soon – we don’t expect this price to stick around for long and stocks are already limited.
Buy: Apple 2022 MacBook Air Laptop with M2 chip from Amazon: $1,349 | Original price: $1,500
The redesigned MacBook Air is more portable than ever and weighs just 2.7 pounds. It’s the incredibly capable laptop that lets you work, play or create just about anything — anywhere.
At the time of writing, the M2 MacBook Air has more than 1,300 reviews on Amazon with a combined rating of 4.8 stars out of a possible five. There’s no denying this is a popular machine thanks to that large 13.6-inch display, M2 chip, 8GB of RAM, and upgraded 512GB of storage.
This is a great Mac whether you’re working away from your desk or a student at college or university. But remember that the price could change at any minute, so act now if you want to get yourself a discount on what is surely Apple’s most popular Mac.
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