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Apple’s latest MacBook Air 13.6-inch laptop is a versatile option that’s ready to hit the road at a great discounted price of $1,049 ($150 off). The ultra-thin laptop is powered by Apple’s newest Apple M2 chip, complete with at least 8 cores capable of handling your biggest projects.

This 13.6-inch laptop is available in several configurations, and all are included in Apple’s latest $150 discount. The base model features an 8-core Apple M2 System on a Chip that integrates components like the CPU, GPU, RAM, and Thunderbolt controller (for USB4 support) into one silicon component. You also have the option to upgrade to a 10-core Apple M2 chip, which delivers even more power in the same thin, lightweight design at a slightly higher price. Choose between a 256GB and 512GB SSD to either save a little on the overall build or maximize your storage, and keep things running with 8GB of built-in unified memory. This discounted MacBook Air is rated for up to 18 hours of battery life, so you can work longer on the road without scrambling for an outlet.

MacBook Air 13.6-Inch M2 Laptop

Apple’s MacBook Air 13.6-inch laptop is an on-the-road powerhouse, fueled by Apple’s proprietary M2 System on a Chip. GPU, CPU, and more are all integrated into one for more powerful and efficient performance.

At $150 off, the MacBook Air 13.6-inch laptop is a good option for students and telecommuting workers. Be sure to act now, because the offer on this MacBook Air with a powerful M2 chip and crystal clear Liquid Retina display is only available for a limited time. The laptop comes in several of Apple’s signature colors, including Starlight, Midnight, Space Gray, and Silver.

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