Get a Refurbished Apple MacBook Air for Just $250
Now through September 30th, take advantage of discounts on refurbished products.
Apple has a habit of pushing the cutting-edge so fiercely that it makes its own products seem obsolete. Of course, that's the point. They want you to drop everything, sell your old stuff back to them, and buy their newest tech the second it comes out. That's the purpose of their annual Worldwide Developers Conference.
But if you stay strong, you can get much better prices on older Apple tech, especially if you're willing to buy refurbished. Through September 30, we're holding a Refurbished Event, during which you can get extra special pricing on all kinds of refurbished electronics, including an Apple 13.3-inch MacBook Air 128GB.
The MacBook Air is a great option for entrepreneurs who like to work from libraries, coffee shops, or in different places around their homes. This 2015 model features Air's trademark ultra-thin design and a 13.3" HD display that doesn't sacrifice on computing space. It offers 4GB of RAM and an Intel Core i5 1.6GHz processor for smooth performance and multitasking throughout your day. If you have to take any video calls, the integrated 720p FaceTime HD webcam makes it easy to connect in an instant while the low-power processor ensures you won't drain your battery quickly as soon as you leave the office. Plus, of course, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity keep you connected to the web and your preferred devices throughout the day.
This 2015 model has a grade "B" refurbished rating, which means it may have some light scuffing or scratches, but otherwise is certified to operate like new.
Invest in Apple technology without breaking the bank. During our Refurbished Event, you can get an Apple 13.3-inch MacBook Air 128GB for 79 percent off $1,199 at just $250. Just remember to order before September 30.
Prices subject to change.
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