Hey, You. Check Out This Round-Up Of Affordable Apple Tech
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Our economy is not exactly conducive to people getting great deals on brand-new technology. However, you can get great deals on slightly aged, far-from-obsolete tech if you know the right places to look. Case in point: this roundup, where you'll find some outstanding deals on everything from iMacs to iPads. What better way to start the new year than with some new tech? Well, new to you, at least. Check it out!
Released in 2013 as a sleeker alternative to clunky desktops, the iMac features an extra-large 21.5" widescreen LED-backlit display to go along with a 3.3 GHz Intel dual-core i3 processor and 4 GB of DDR3 RAM. It's beautiful.
The Mac Mini is, oddly, even more powerful than the iMac, with Turbo Boost 2.0 built in to increase its processing speed to 3.5 GHz when using processor-intensive applications, as well as hyper-threading to help you work more seamlessly on several tasks at once.
Looking for a budget-friendly, portable computer? This Mac Mini has a powerful Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 320 GB of flash storage, making it powerful enough for any project. It's so cute and portable that you'll want to cuddle it.
With a 2.3 GHz processor, this Mac Mini offers high performance combined with extreme flexibility, allowing you to link up with any display to watch, play, work, or do other computer stuff.
The 2015 release of Apple's flagship laptop, this MacBook Pro features a whopping 256 GB of flash storage, a super high resolution display, and a nine-hour battery life. Damn girl, that's one fine computer.
The MacBook Air is an awesome, budget-friendly alternative to the more expensive MacBook Pro. With a slim, lightweight build that's easy to carry anywhere, it's a perfect tool for remote workers and/or unemployed writers who like coffee shops.
Sale Price: $169.99
This iPad 3 features a 9.7" Retina display which makes streaming, playing, and taking photos a marvelous experience. With the 1 GHz A5X processor, you'll enjoy it all at speeds so fast that you'll think it's reading your mind.
The first generation of iPad Mini is an absolute steal at just $85. Although it's a bit smaller than the iPad, it still has 16 GB of flash storage and a Dual-Core A5 chip to make playing, streaming, and browsing a snap.
With a stunning 7.9" Retina display that features more than 3.1 million pixels and a 5 MP rear camera and 1.2 MP front camera, this iPad Mini is perfect for anybody who wants to play on the go. (Which is literally everyone. Who wants to play perfectly still and at home?)
This 128 GB iPad mini combines the processing power of a laptop with the data-enabled convenience of a smartphone. The next time humanity sees a combo this good, we'll probably all be dead.
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