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Get a $50 discount on the M1 Apple Mac mini and iMac

By Samuel Martinez August 30, 2021, 6:23 pm
redesigned Mac mini

You can currently get your hands on a new Apple Mac mini or an iMac and still manage to save $50 upon purchase. The first option is now selling for $649, and it features 8GB RAM, 2567GB storage, and an M1, 8-core CPU that allows it to perform up to three times faster than its predecessor. Further, its 8-core GPU will also boost your productivity, as it is six times faster than anything seen in previous Macs, meaning that it will do great in improving your graphics-intensive apps and games. If you go for the 512GB storage model, you will find that things get better as it is now selling for $799 after getting a $100 discount.


Now, the only downside of the Apple Mac mini is that you must buy a new monitor, keyboard, and mouse if you don’t already have them. Well, that’s where the iMac comes to the rescue, as this option comes with a built-in 24-inch 4.5K Retina display, along with the same internals as the Mac mini. In other words, you get the same 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, as well as the latest M1 chip for $1,250 after a $50 price drop on its Blue and Green color variants. And you also get a matching Magic Mouse and Magic Keyboard to go along with it.

M1 Apple Mac mini

M1 24-inch iMac

You can also consider getting your hands on a new LG 27-inch QHD Ergo IPS monitor with HDR 10 compatibility, as it’s currently getting a 33 percent discount. This leaves a superb monitor with USB-C connectivity available for just $300 with $150 savings. You can also get a new UGREEN USB C Laptop Docking Station that will allow you to place your laptop a bit higher to get a better viewing angle, as well as helping to keep it from overheating. And since we’re talking about lifting your laptop or PC to make your working experience a bit more comfortable. You can also consider checking out the VIVO Height Adjustable 32 inch Stand Up Desk Converter, that’s now selling for $120, down from its regular $170 price tag, which is a $50 difference.


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