MacBook Air. £799 (Price after trade in £674) @ Currys
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MacBook Air. £799 (Price after trade in £674) @ Currys

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Get £125 off a MacBook air in currys today when you trade in your old laptop. Not sure how stringent they are with laptop quality. Just punched in the details for my old 2nd Gen i5 Samsung which offered me £77 gift card or £125 off the MacBook. Might be useful to somebody.
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£800?

seriously?
Looks like any working laptop. I entered details of my 12 year old dell and was offered the full trade in. Trouble is, tiny hard drive and slow processor. Even after the trade in, it's overpriced.
Lowtrawler11 m ago

Looks like any working laptop. I entered details of my 12 year old dell …Looks like any working laptop. I entered details of my 12 year old dell and was offered the full trade in. Trouble is, tiny hard drive and slow processor. Even after the trade in, it's overpriced.


As are most apple products!
Lowtrawler13 m ago

Looks like any working laptop. I entered details of my 12 year old dell …Looks like any working laptop. I entered details of my 12 year old dell and was offered the full trade in. Trouble is, tiny hard drive and slow processor. Even after the trade in, it's overpriced.


Don't underestimate the speeds of these machines. They're very impressive considering the form factor. Mostly due to the lack of a hard drive, because it has a solid state card soldered straight to the board. And SD cards can easily up the storage problem.
It's not for everyone but it's an excellent machine if you want a mac. It's just a shame you have to pay that apple tax.
darknesskai53 m ago

Don't underestimate the speeds of these machines. They're very impressive …Don't underestimate the speeds of these machines. They're very impressive considering the form factor. Mostly due to the lack of a hard drive, because it has a solid state card soldered straight to the board. And SD cards can easily up the storage problem. It's not for everyone but it's an excellent machine if you want a mac. It's just a shame you have to pay that apple tax.


It's my understanding that the 2017 MacBook Air is still using a 5th generation i5. I know that osx is faster than windows but this should be reflected in the hardware price. If this were a windows machine, the hardware would indicate a sub £450 price. Paying a £350 Apple tax is steep, particularly at this end of the market.
Or you could get a damn good laptop with ssd, gpu and hd screen for £50 less and donate your old one to charity?
Lowtrawler6 h, 36 m ago

It's my understanding that the 2017 MacBook Air is still using a 5th …It's my understanding that the 2017 MacBook Air is still using a 5th generation i5. I know that osx is faster than windows but this should be reflected in the hardware price. If this were a windows machine, the hardware would indicate a sub £450 price. Paying a £350 Apple tax is steep, particularly at this end of the market.


That's all true. It's as the old phrase goes, it's worth what you're willing to pay for it. I love macs because they just work. It's a cliche but it's true. I have a desktop machine on Win 7 and it does things of it's own accord sometimes.
I just prefer macs, but they are overpriced.
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