Early Black Friday deals have arrived, with serious discounts one of our most recommended best overall laptop to buy. For a limited time, our beloved MacBook Air M2 is on sale for $899 at Best Buy. Typically $1,099, that's $200 in savings and the lowest outright discount we've seen for this Apple laptop so far. To enjoy the great deal all you have to is sign up for the My Best Buy membership, and snag this fantastic MacBook Air M2 for just $899! That's a $200 savings.
From document pushing to editing your latest content, this MacBook Air M2 is a great entry level content creator laptop.
This is one of the best early Black Friday MacBook deals we've seen so far.
Today's best 13-inch MacBook M2 deal
Apple 13" MacBook Air M2
$1,099Now: $899 @ Best Buy
Save $200 on Apple's 13-inch MacBook Air M2 — the best overall laptop to buy.
Features: 13.6-inch (2560 x 1664) Liquid Retina display, M2 8-core processor, 8-Core GPU, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD storage., Magic Keyboard, and Touch ID.
Release date: July 2022
Price history: This is the lowest price we've seen for the 13-inch MacBook Air M2 since September.
Reviews: In our MacBook Air M2 review, it earned 4.5 out of 5-stars and backed it with our Editor's Choice Award. In real-world tests, we were floored by the MacBook Air M2's elegant redesign, fantastic performance and bright, colorful screen. As for battery-life, it endured 14 hours in our Laptop Mag Battery test which is pretty solid.
Laptop Mag: ★★★★½
Buy it if: You want a portable, MacBook Pro alternative. This 13-inch M2 is adequate for day-to-day computing and powerful enough for video editing and casual gaming. As a bonus, the Magic Keyboard is a pleasure to type on.
Don't it buy if: You want a laptop for competitive gaming. While the MacBook Air M2 can run select MacOS-optimized games smoothly with solid frame rates. You may encounter subpar performance with non-optimized titles.
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