Following up yesterday’s M1 iMac sale, Amazon is now discounting the even more compact desktop Apple Silicon machine. Right now you can score the latest M1 Mac mini 256GB for $569.99 shipped. with the price dropping once added to your cart. Returning to the all-time low for one of the first times, this is down from the usual $699 price tag to deliver $129 in savings while also matching our previous mention.
Bringing Apple’s new M1 chip to the desktop, its latest Mac mini is a great option for those who want a more affordable way to take macOS for a spin. Its compact footprint won’t take up space on your desk, but also lets you plug in a monitor of your choice for fitting in with your workstation’s demands. Its 256GB of internal storage is also backed by 8GB of RAM, as well as a pair of Thunderbolt ports and an HDMI output. Get a closer look in our launch coverage and then head below for more.
An easy recommendation for pairing with your new Mac mini would be picking up Satechi’s USB-C Stand and Hub with your savings. This accessory sports a unique under-Mac design that delivers front-facing I/O alongside a matching silver aluminum construction to look the part. Or you could save even more by going with the previous-generation model at $80, which ditches the built-in SSD storage found on the newer model.
Though if you’d rather adopt an all-in-one machine to your workstation, Apple’s latest M1 iMac packs much of the same performance as the lead deal in a different form-factor. Now down to new Amazon lows at up to $199 off, various configurations are on sale from $1,150 with a 24-inch Retina display in tow.
Apple M1 Mac mini features:
Apple-designed M1 chip for a giant leap in CPU, GPU, and machine learning performance. 8-core CPU packs up to 3x faster performance to fly through workflows quicker than ever. 16-core Neural Engine for advanced machine learning. 8GB of unified memory so everything you do is fast and fluid. Superfast SSD storage launches apps and opens files in an instant.
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