Save on every configuration of Apple's latest laptop.

Apple redesigned the MacBook Air for 2022, but in doing so also raised its price. That’s not great if you want to upgrade to the latest model, but there’s an opportunity to score a huge saving on one at Amazon right now, which could help soften the blow. Various versions of the new machine are discounted there with $100 off the 256GB models and as much as $150 off the 512GB variants. These make for the best MacBook Air M2 deals we’ve seen so far with a record-equalling low price on the entry-level model and a new all-time low for the more capacious configurations. Prices are also matched at Best Buy.

The 2022 MacBook Air model has seen as a complete design overhaul, now featuring a larger and brighter 13.6-inch Liquid Retina Display and thinner profile. Inside, it’s powered by Apple’s all-new M2 chip which allows for a performance bump of up to 40% and battery life as long as 18 hours, according to Apple. The model on sale at Amazon features a 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM. Other notable improvements include a 1080p FaceTime camera, a four-speaker sound system with support for Spatial Audio and support for Apple’s innovative MagSafe charging cable. 

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