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An Apple iMac is as much a fashion statement as it can be a top-of-the-line home computing powerhouse. More often than not the biggest hurdles standing in the way of someone picking up a sleek Apple all-in-one are familiarity and price point.

However, with these 3 cheap iMac deals on Amazon.com, there is another reason to pick Apple:

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iMac (M1, 2021), $1,299

The iMac M1 is only $1,299 on Amazon.com. And one of its biggest changes is the move from Intel’s Pentium processor to Apple’s own M1. According to Apple, this switch has made the new iMac quicker than its predecessors. Plus, the M1 comes with a 24-inch 4.5k retina display as standard and is available in a host of colors.

This desktop comes in two distinct iterations to this iMac version, and both options feature a 24-inch 4.5K retina display with a memory that may extend up to 16GB RAM as well as an 8-core Processor. The only difference between the two iterations is the base model, where they feature different storage and ports.

iMac 27-inch (2020 Renewed), $1,100

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If a 24-inch retina display isn’t big enough, you can still pick up the gorgeous-looking 27-inch iMac, powered by Intel’s Pentium CPU.

A 2020 model with 8GB of RAM, an i5 CPU, and 256GB of SSD storage can be picked up for $1,699 brand new. However, at $1700 we don’t consider it a cheap iMac deal.

Instead, we recommend looking to the pre-owned and renewed market, where the same specification 2020 iMac can be picked up for $600 less.

iMac 21.5-inch (Refurbished), $275

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The cheapest iMac option on this list is the 21.5-inch iMac. These smart-looking iMacs can be picked up for well below $500 if you shop around and are willing to buy refurbished:

This all-in-one comes with traditional hard drives rather than SSD, older 7th generation Intel processors, and Intel Iris Plus Graphics. Which means they aren’t cut out for high-end tasks or next-gen gaming.

However, if you just want a good-looking home computer, perfect for internet browser, office work, and streaming, you can find refurbished options for under-$300.

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