The Black Friday Sale is LIVE! Croma is offering stellar discounts on a wide range of smartphones, laptops, electronics, home appliances and more. The e-commerce platform is also offering great deals on MacBooks! Apple Silicon chips have changed the way MacBooks work, offering huge processing power along with excellent battery life. Now, you don’t have to be plugged in all the time during graphic-intensive tasks. Apple’s MacBook Air, which the company introduced in 2020, parted ways with Intel and now houses the company’s proprietary Apple Silicon chipsets. It is powered by Apple’s M1 chip with an 8‑core CPU.
However, these flagship features come at a hefty cost. MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD storage is originally priced at a hefty Rs. 99900. If you’ve been looking to purchase the MacBook Air then you’re in luck. Croma has amazing offers live on it right now where it can be yours for just Rs. 77090! So, check out the offer details below.
With its Black Friday Sale, Croma has massively reduced the price of the Apple MacBook Air and it can be yours for a steal price right now with this Black Friday offer! The Apple MacBook Air 256GB SSD variant is originally priced at Rs. 99900. However, Croma has an amazing offer live on it where its price has dropped to just Rs. 87090! That gives you a nearly Rs. 12810 discount on the MacBook Air!
Apart from this, customers can also avail a hefty discount through bank offers. Croma is offering a staggering Rs. 10000 discount if the purchase is made with HDFC Bank Credit Card. Moreover, the same discount as well as no-cost EMI can be availed if they choose to buy the MacBook Air through HDFC Bank EMI offer. After applying both the offers, the MacBook Air M1 can be yours for just Rs. 77090!
Apple’s new MacBooks are powered by Apple Silicon processors which offer huge computational power with excellent battery life. It has a vivid 13.3-inch Liquid Retina XDR Display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. With different configurations, you can get the MacBook Air with the M1 chip, paired with up to an 8-core CPU which can breeze through all your graphic intensive tasks.
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