Refurbished MacBook Air models you can check out

Refurbished MacBook Air models you can check out

To refurbish literally means to renovate or redecorate something. However, when we use the word refurbish for electronics and electricals it means the distribution of products that were previously returned to the manufacturer due to various reasons. The products are repaired by the original manufacturer or vendor and sold again. The refurbished products are then tested for defects and functionality before they are resold.

Note that the term refurbished must not be confused with used. A refurbished product has been tested and is free of all defects; however, a used product isn’t tested and may have defects. Also, the refurbished products may be unused and returned to the manufacturer by the customer and are within its warranty. This makes the product almost new. The manufacturer fixes the defect and tests the functionality and resales the product on verifying that it works perfectly.

Refurbished products are normally less expensive than the new product. Hence, many people prefer to buy refurbished products. This is true especially when an individual is interested in buying an Apple product. It is no secret that most of the Apple products, like the iPhone, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPads and iPods are anything but cheap. Hence, it makes more sense to buy a refurbished product and shell out lesser than the original price and get a product that is almost new.

Of the many MacBooks offered, refurbished MacBook Air 13.3-inch models from 2015-2017 are currently available in the Apple store. The 13.3-inch screen is glossy, has an LED backlight, and has a widescreen display supporting an amazing kaleidoscope of innumerable colors. It also features 8GB LPDDR3 memory with Intel HD Graphics 6000 and a 720p FaceTime HD camera and. All the available models were originally released in June 2017.

Mentioned below are the MacBook Air options and the price:

  • MacBook Air 13.3-inch screen, 1.8GHz, dual-core Intel Core i5, 128 GB PCle-based SSD. Currently priced at around $849 which is around  $150 (15% off) lesser than a new MacBook Air with the same configuration.
  • MacBook Air 13.3-inch screen, 1.8GHz, dual-core Intel Core i5 – 256GB PCIe-based SSD. Currently priced at around $1019, which is around $180 (15% off) lesser than a new MacBook Air with the same configuration.
  • MacBook Air 13.3-inch screen, 2.2GHz, dual-core Intel Core i7 – 512GB PCle-based SSD is currently priced at around $1319.

These MacBook Air could be products that were used in field tests or demonstrations as well as sales displays. They could also be models that were returned due to some other reason other than defect and was tested by the manufacturer. In any case, a refurbished MacBook Air is something one should consider when looking to buy the product as it is the best deal that is currently available in the market.