This grade-A refurbished MacBook Air is just $300 from Mashable


TL;DR: Through April 30, this grade-A refurbished Apple MacBook Air is on sale for just $299.97 (reg. $599).

Whether you saved up enough to get your first computer, your old one is not working as well anymore, or you’d like an extra for the home office, you can get a reliable, powerful machine without paying a premium for the latest tech. Refurbished electronics are kind of a win-win in that you pay less, and the world gets one less computer in landfills — shout-out to Earth Day.

This refurbished MacBook Air is only from the model year 2017. It also has a grade-A refurbished rating. This means it should come in near-perfect condition, having been tested and cleaned, but could possibly have some minor (or zero) cosmetic blemishes. It’s on sale for just $299.97 (reg. $599) when you order by April 30.

It runs a 1.8GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM, which gives you a smooth ride whether you’re creating slides for your work presentation or editing photos from your last family vacation. The Intel HD Graphics 6000 and 128GB SSD allow for easy streaming and storing, while the battery is designed to last for up to 12 hours.

Get online via WiFi networks or hotspots. You can also connect to your peripherals or transfer files using Bluetooth.

True to its name, the MacBook Air boasts a thin, lightweight design at just under three pounds. Its portability makes it ideal for users who need to carry their laptop to class, work, or their local cafe. Despite its easily portable size, it features a 13.3-inch display to deliver vibrant visuals with impressive clarity.

Don’t miss this quality computer from a top-of-the-line name at this limited-time 50% savings.

Get yourself or the soon-to-be graduate in your life a grade-A refurbished Apple MacBook Air while it’s on sale for just $299.97 (reg. $599) until April 30 at 11:59 p.m. PT.

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