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On Amazon, the 2020 Apple MacBook Air with Apple M1 Processor costs $799.99 right now. With today’s offer, you may pay $199 less than the original price.

The world’s thinnest and lightest notebook has undergone significant changes thanks to the Apple M1 chip. Up to 3.5 times, more speed can be added to the CPU. The GPU’s performance can be increased by up to five times. Our most advanced Neural Engine speeds up machine learning by up to 9x. The battery life on the MacBook Air is the best it has ever been. Moreover, it has a fan-less construction. There has never been so much electricity available at such a low price.

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The Apple M1 system on a chip (SoC) integrates the CPU, GPU, Neural Engine, I/O, and many other components into a single little chip. It boasts an astounding 16 billion transistors. With incredible performance, unique innovations, and industry-leading power efficiency, the 1 M1 takes Mac to a whole new level.

The fastest Processor we’ve ever had is in the M1. With that level of processing power, the MacBook Air is capable of new, highly difficult activities like high-quality editing and action-packed gaming. On the other hand, the M1’s 8-core Processor is not only 3.5 times faster than generation 2’s. It also combines efficiency cores with high-performance cores, which can still handle daily tasks while consuming only 10% of the power.

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18-hour maximum battery life. That’s an additional six hours at no further cost. With the MacBook Air, machine learning (ML) may be used to enhance the autodetection accuracy of smart tools like magic wands and audio filters, retouch photographs like a pro, and do much more. That is the combined power of a full suite of machine learning techniques, not just human intelligence.

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