Save Up to $150 on Apple’s M3-Powered MacBook Air Laptops Today

The recently released M3-powered MacBook Air laptops are now available with a notable discount on Amazon. Both versions of the laptop are being offered for up to $150 off. The 15-inch model is now priced at $1,150, thanks to a $100 discount along with a $50 clippable coupon. For those preferring a smaller display, the 13-inch version has been reduced by $100 to a new price of $1,000.


The M3 MacBook Air, while not drastically different from its predecessor, offers increased processing power making it an exceptional choice for most users. Its robust form, rapid performance, and superb speakers have received high praise. The keyboard and trackpad are also considered top-notch.

In our review, the exceptional display and the device’s lightweight, “impossibly thin” design were highlighted. Despite its slim profile, the M3 MacBook Air is capable of more than just web browsing. It can handle music production and video editing tasks, albeit not as quickly as the MacBook Pro models which do not offer a Pro version of the M3 chip. However, the distinction between the Air and Pro models is becoming increasingly subtle.

Among minor drawbacks, the absence of a USB-C port on the right side may complicate integration into existing home office setups. Additionally, the display is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate, which could affect the performance of some high-end games.

It’s important to note that these deals apply to the standard configurations of each laptop, featuring 8GB of RAM and 256GB of solid-state storage. Upgraded models, including the 15-inch version with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, and the enhanced 13-inch model are also available with significant discounts of $200 and $150, respectively.

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