Apple has a reputation for many things: high-quality, long-lasting gadgets and a history of innovative design.
One thing the tech giant isn't known for, however, is low prices.
Luckily, a new Amazon Black Friday deal has just popped up which brings one of Apple's top laptops down under £1000 in a rare discount.
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Right now you can nab a 13" 2020 Apple MacBook Air for just £819.99 on Amazon, down from £999. That's a price cut of almost 20% on a powerful, lightweight laptop. Newer models of the MacBook Air can cost as much as £1400, so it's a steal at this price.
The model in question features Apple's powerful M1 chip, as well as a gorgeous 13" Retina display, touch ID, a FaceTime HD camera, and 256GB hard-drive.
It also boasts Apple's 'all-day battery life' with up to 18 hours of power.
The 8-core CPU can more than handle resource-hungry apps, from Garageband to Premiere Pro, as well as a range of games.
The only downside is that it comes in Rose Gold, so if you're not a fan of the pink-gold colour, you might have to fork out a little bit more for a different colour scheme.
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If you're after something a little bit cheaper, eBay is a fantastic place to shop for new and refurbished laptops this Black Friday.
One retailer is even selling a series of budget Dell laptops for under £100 if you use a special discount code.
These ex-work laptops can be fully customised in terms of spec and even specially spraypainted a colour of your choice.
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