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MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop Apple M1 chip 8GB Memory 256GB SSD Space Gray MGN63LL/A - $849.99

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heres a question, if i wanted to upgrade only one from the 8gb or the 256, which would be the better choice
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Quote from DmitriyM1487 :
heres a question, if i wanted to upgrade only one from the 8gb or the 256, which would be the better choice
256 Gb
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costco lowered these to $850 again until aug 21, 2022
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$799.99 for TotalTech members
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Great machine for a great price.
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256 Gb
Really depends on what you would need it for. If for programming and such, 16gb. Normal like school work, personal laptop, pictures, movies, then ssd. Hope this helps
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Quote from DmitriyM1487 :
heres a question, if i wanted to upgrade only one from the 8gb or the 256, which would be the better choice
I'd say the RAM no question. You can use a portable HDD/SSD and those are getting bigger and smaller by the year. RAM here is not expandable and, to be frank, 8GB is really a low in relation to what's needed these days, even if you just have a habit of opening a bunch of tabs in Chrome.
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I'd say the RAM no question. You can use a portable HDD/SSD and those are getting bigger and smaller by the year. RAM here is not expandable and, to be frank, 8GB is really a low in relation to what's needed these days, even if you just have a habit of opening a bunch of tabs in Chrome.
Yup. Can always add more storage in other ways, but you can never add more memory with these systems.
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I'd say the RAM no question. You can use a portable HDD/SSD and those are getting bigger and smaller by the year. RAM here is not expandable and, to be frank, 8GB is really a low in relation to what's needed these days, even if you just have a habit of opening a bunch of tabs in Chrome.
True, Rams on mac air is not upgradable, on the other hand soild stated or cloud data is easy to connect via web, wireless , or external hard drive .
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Didn't these sell for $799 like half a year ago? M1 Air 8gb not just keeping price but increasing in value?
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Didn't these sell for $799 like half a year ago? M1 Air 8gb not just keeping price but increasing in value?
Yes, got mine for $750 when BB had it with education pricing.
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This is probably the best product Apple has made for the money. I got mine last year for $749 education pricing.
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If you're considering this vs. the new M2 MacBook Air, I strongly recommend to watch the Snazzylabs YouTube review of the new M2 Air and particularly his recommendations at the end
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$850 and you can't replace a single component. This is luxury e-waste.
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