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Update (5/17 11:30am): DigJungle via eBay Daily Deals now has the previous generation 12-inch MacBook for $899.99 shipped (Orig. $1,299). Head over to today’s Apple roundup for more deals.

B&H offers the previous generation Apple 12-inch MacBook 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB in Gold (model MK4M2LL/A) for $899 shipped. Today’s deal is a savings of $400 off the original MSRP, down $31 from our previous mention and the lowest price that we’ve seen.

The entry-level MacBook features a 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Core M processor with Turbo Boost up to 2.4GHz, 8GB of memory, a 256GB PCIe-based flash drive, USB Type-C and Force Touch Trackpad.

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With your savings, grab an AmazonBasic Felt Laptop Sleeve for $11.99 Prime shipped. Also, be sure to check out our roundup of the best USB-C accessories for MacBooks. And don’t forget Anker’s new 60W charger that can refuel your MacBook and a handful of other devices at once.

We also have the latest 13-inch MacBook Air on discount, starting at $850 shipped. Looking for more power? Apple’s 128GB Retina MacBook Pro is on sale right now for $1,040 shipped (Reg. $1,299).

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Inateck Online (100% positive feedback by 20,000+) via Amazon is discounting three of its felt cases for each of Apple’s MacBook computers. Prices start at $3.99 Prime shipped after item-specific promo codes are applied during checkout. This is an excellent chance to grab some solid protection for your investment without breaking the bank.

Here are your choices in today’s sale:

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Just this morning Apple refreshed its 12-inch MacBook with a faster processor and improved battery life. Whether you’re springing for the new models released today or going refurbished, you’ll likely need a few key accessories to round out your setup. While the MacBook has an attractive thin design, it comes at the cost of a single USB-C port. Additionally, it can be a tough sell as an everyday machine without some external input devices. Head below for a roundup of some of our favorite accessories for the 12-inch MacBook.

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Update (4/20 4:00pm): Apple has also dropped the price on a few different refurbished 13-inch MacBook Air models. Here’s a look at the new listings:

With news of fresh 12-inch MacBooks this morning, Apple is now further discounting previous generation refurbished models with prices starting at $929 shipped. If you’re willing to hold off on the spec bumps announced today, you’ll be able to cash in on significant savings. All of Apple’s refurbished products come with a full one-year warranty and are eligible for AppleCare.

Apple’s inventory of refurbished computers and accessories are generally limited. It’s not uncommon to see a specific model come in and out of stock. Check in regularly if your desired MacBook sells out in the coming days.

Here’s a look at the new MacBook price drops:

Be sure to swing by our round up of the best accessories for Apple’s 12-inch MacBook for cables, storage, power supplies and more.

If you’re looking for more power, we currently have Apple’s 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro on sale from $1,000 with a .edu email address (Reg. $1,299).

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MacBook April 14

Update (5/9 4:35pm): The below TarDisk has now sold out, but we also spotted other notable prices on Amazon and Stacksocial

TarDisk is offering 15% off exclusively to 9to5Toys readers today on itsTarDisk Pear solid-state expansion drive product for MacBook. This isn’t an SD card, instead it uses TarDisk’s software to create a fusion drive with your internal storage, meaning it will act as a permanent storage upgrade instead of like an SD card or thumb drive (full review).

With the 15% off, you can take $59.85 off the regular $399 price of the 256GB model, or $22.35 off the $149 regular price for the 128GB model.

Get 15% off TarDisk – 128GB $126.65 (Reg. $149) or 256GB $339.15 (Reg. $399)

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Anker is one of a few big names in USB accessories, and there’s a reason for that. This week I had the chance to use several of the company’s PowerCore+ power banks (there are a lot of different offerings spanning many capacities), as well as a PowerPort+ wall charger, and a few different PowerDrive+ car chargers. There are many brands of chargers and power banks out there, and while the experience you get may be similar across the board (yes, there are many chargers and power banks out there just as good as these), Anker goes above and beyond to bring you a package that’s just very high-quality…

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You now have another option for saving a few bucks on a new MacBook. Apple just began selling its 12-inch ultra-thin laptop in refurbished condition. Prices currently range from $1,099 to $1,489 with free shipping. The entry-level model typically sells for $1,299 in new condition. It features a 2304 x 1440 resolution at 226 pixels per inch, a Force Touch trackpad and redesigned ‘butterfly’ keyboard. Apple refurbished items include a full one-year warranty, are eligible for AppleCare, and from what I’ve seen, generally come in great shape with little to no signs of use.

  • Refurbished 12-inch MacBook 1.1GHz Dual-core Intel Core M 256GB: $1,099
  • Refurbished 12-inch MacBook 1.3GHz Dual-core Intel Core M 256GB: $1,319
  • Refurbished 12-inch MacBook 1.2GHz Dual-core Intel Core M 512GB: $1,359
  • Refurbished 12-inch MacBook 1.3GHz Dual-core Intel Core M 512GB: $1,489

These prices are decent if you can’t wait for a deal to come around, but with some patience you should be able to get a new unit near or below Apple’s refurbished prices. For example, the high-end 512GB model is currently on sale for just $1,289.99 (Reg. $1,599) and we’ve seen the 256GB model drop as low as $950 (Reg. $1,299). expand full story

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Every year, Apple puts together a beautiful-looking holiday gift guide on Apple.com, packed with the latest iOS devices, Macs, and accessories people would love to receive as gifts. The hitch is that Apple’s prices are almost always full retail, with no discounting, so it’s easy to spend anywhere from $5 to $300 more per item than if you just shopped around.

This year, 9to5Toys and 9to5Mac have done the bargain hunting for you. We’ve found savings on virtually every item on Apple’s holiday shopping list, which this year is organized into 6 sections: Gaming, Photography, Music, Fitness, Learning and Travel. Using the links below, you can save up to $350 on a new 12″ MacBook, between $20 and $80 on many third-party accessories, and up to $130 on a pair of Beats headphones

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