Update (11/29, 17:56 p.m. EST): The M1 MacBook Air deals are going fast! You can still pick up a brand new one from B&H for $869 — a great deal on one of the best laptops available today. Apple still has the M1 MacBook Air for $849 if you don't mind a refurbished laptop, which from Apple is typically in like-new condition.
Apple's MacBook Air M1-powered ultraportable is one of the best laptops for most people. Since its release in 2020, the MacBook Air with M1 processor has been a favorite among macOS users.
Right now, you can get the refurbished M1 MacBook Air for $849 at Apple, or the brand new model for $869. That's $150 off its $999 list price and one of the best Cyber Monday MacBook deals available now.
Apple MacBook Air M1 Cyber Monday Deal
Apple MacBook Air M1 (Space Gray/Refurbished): was $999 now $849 @ Apple
This MacBook Air out-classes every laptop in its class and arrives with the M1 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD of storage, and the 13-inch Retina Display. Apple's rigorous refurbishment process means the laptop is in like-new condition.
Although the MacBook Air's design has become a classic one familiar to all, it has aged well since it was innovative and with its new M1 chipset innovating it on the inside, this is a refresh worth investing in, especially for $899. The deal price is available on either the classic silver finish or the bold gold finish.
Featuring all-day battery life, a bright colorful display, head of its class performance, and two Thunderbolt 4 ports, the MacBook Air is the perfect lightweight companion for just about every college student.
Read our full review of the MacBook Air M1.
Cyber Monday 2021 deals are already here and we are seeing some of the best holiday deals on MacBooks. Be sure to bookmark our Cyber Monday 2021 deals hub for the most up-to-date look at the best deals.
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