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Here’s How To Score A MacBook Air For Under $300

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When brands like Apple drop shiny new products, it’s easy to get blinded and want to hand over your entire checking account. But while there’s no denying that their releases get better every time, you don’t necessarily need all the bells and whistles that every new MacBook or iPhone has.

If you’re considering an upgrade but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, buying refurbished is your best bet. Even Apple sells refurbished models of their computers, all of which have the original macOS or latest version and are repackaged in a brand new box with all accessories and cables. They even offer a one-year warranty and guarantee that the units have undergone rigorous functional testing and thorough cleaning. The only downside is that they only put up less than $100, which isn’t exactly attractive for a deal. If you really want to save money, this deal on the 2014 MacBook Air can save you hundreds on a certified refurbished model.

While this particular device was released a few years ago, it doesn’t mean it’s outdated yet. This MacBook Air offers an Intel Core i5 processor, allowing you to browse and stream with a faster and more powerful CPU. It has a 1440p resolution for crystal clear streaming, 256GB of storage, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and Wi-Fi capabilities, so you’ll have no problem getting online anywhere.

Aside from the actual laptop, this deal also comes with the accompanying MagSafe charger, a wireless mouse, and a snap-on laptop case for added protection. In short, you get a complete package. It’s also worth noting that it’s listed with a “B” rating, which indicates it has light wear on the body, but what are a few scratches when it saves hundreds of dollars?

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