Apple MacBook Air 2022 laptop with M2 chip is 17% off at Amazon

Why settle for less when you can have the best?

There are many quality laptops on the market, many at great prices. But what’s stopping you from buying the newest, sleekest, most powerful machine on the market? We would usually bet on it, it’s the price.

Every once in a while, though, a deal comes along that offers the best, for less. Like this deal on the Apple MacBook Air 2022 laptop with M2 chip, available at its lowest price ever this week from the e-commerce giant.

Weighing just 2.7 pounds, this 2022 MacBook Air is more portable than ever, with up to 18 hours of battery life, a 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, an advanced camera and audio system, and the revolutionary M2 chip, containing an 8-core CPU, GPU with up to 10 cores and up to 24 GB of unified memory.

It’s the kind of deal that will make you think: how about them Apples?

Apple MacBook Air 2022 laptop with M2 chip

The MacBook Air 2022 redefines portability and power with its M2 chip, delivering improved performance and efficiency. Its sleek design houses a dynamic Retina display and advanced security features like Touch ID. With up to 20 hours of battery life, it’s a versatile companion for work or play, setting new standards in computing, and it’s available for over $100 off today at Amazon.

This article was written by New York Post Commerce Deals Editor/Reporter PJ McCormick. PJ is an expert bargain finder, sifting through endless brands and retailers to offer only the best savings opportunities on truly great products. PJ finds Prime Day-worthy deals all year long on some of our favorite products we’ve tested and our readers’ beloved bestsellers, from Wayfair furniture sales to the lowest prices on AirPods from Apple. PJ has been researching Post Wanted buyers since 2022 and previously held roles at Rolling Stone, Pitchfork and Hyperallergic. Please note that offers may expire and all prices are subject to change.

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