MacBook Air running M1 chip has an additional 128GB version, priced at just $ 799
The MacBook Air M1 128GB version costs just $ 799, which is $ 200 cheaper than the standard version, but not for individual customers.
Apple has recently officially sold the new version of the MacBook Air using the ARM architecture system with the first M1 chip for Apple production. The MacBook Air this time sold with prices starting from 999 USD for the 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.
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The $ 999 MacBook Air is equipped with a M1 chip with 8 CPU cores and 7 GPU cores, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. Users can completely spend extra money to upgrade their MacBook Air with more powerful configurations, such as M1 chip with 8-core GPU, 16GB RAM or SSD up to 2TB.
However, Apple has “secretly” sold another version of the MacBook Air M1 2020, with a price even cheaper than the standard version of the $ 999 Air. That’s the version of the MacBook Air M1 with 8GB of RAM but with an SSD only stops at 128GB, which is half of the standard version. The price for this version is only 799 USD, 200 USD cheaper than the 256GB version.
However, even if you want to own this version, Apple will not allow it, all because this is an exclusive version sold to schools, educational institutions, not for guests. individual goods. Due to buying in bulk, so schools are among Apple’s “priority” object and often receive discounts. In fact, the MacBook Air M1 model with 256GB SSD is also sold by Apple to educational institutions and students for $ 899, $ 100 cheaper than the listed price.
With 128GB of storage, users will soon run into a full memory situation. At the moment Apple has killed almost all the 128GB versions of the MacBook, the standard versions will have a more comfortable starting memory of 256GB.