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Apple.ca: Refurbished MacBook Air Models Starting at $799

Apple.ca: Refurbished MacBook Air Starting at $799
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If you're looking for a MacBook Air, the Apple refurbished store has a couple models you might want to check out. Stock is limited so you'll need to act fast. Here's a few of the better deals:

2011 Models

2010 Models

The 2011 models have just entered the refurbished store and are a pretty good value if you don't mind buying used. We should point out that Apple refurbished products genuinely appear brand new and carry full warranty -- the only downside being the generic packaging. New MacBook Air models with similar feature sets will warrant a higher price tag which makes these refurbished ones a pretty good deal if you want something a bit cheaper.

Apple regularly updates the refurbished store so don't hesitate to check back to find the model you're interested in.

Free shipping is available on all refurbished products.

Source: LOOSEWHEEL via the Hot Deals Forum

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  • AVATAR
    • xjune9x
    • Cold. Pricing on this reburb hasn't changed much
  • AVATAR
    • Nikkuh
    • Cold. Pricing on this reburb hasn't changed much
      Agreed. The 11 inch is barely worth 699.. no more.
  • AVATAR
    • LOOSEWHEEL
    • Cold. Pricing on this reburb hasn't changed much
      Umm ...these just came available today......so, yeah, maybe you are right when you say that the pricing 'hasn't changed much'
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    • champdood
    • Cold. Pricing on this reburb hasn't changed much
      It's in line with every other refurb price.

      Anyway, I'm all over the 13.3", been waiting for ages for this one. Thanks OP!
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    • Nikkuh
    • Umm ...these just came available today......so, yeah, maybe you are right when you say that the pricing 'hasn't changed much'
      Pretty sure he means the discounts aren't as good as the last gen refurbs in the same list.
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    • LOOSEWHEEL
    • Umm ...these just came available today......so, yeah, maybe you are right when you say that the pricing 'hasn't changed much'
      Pretty sure he means the discounts aren't as good as the last gen refurbs in the same list.

      Fair enough. No one is disputing the amount of discount....it is Apple after all. The point of the post is not to start an anti Apple campaign but to let those that have been waiting for the current gen Air's to go into the refurb store know they are finally available.
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    • Nikkuh
    • Fair enough. No one is disputing the amount of discount....it is Apple after all. The point of the post is not to start an anti Apple campaign but to let those that have been waiting for the current gen Air's to go into the refurb store know they are finally available.
      I support that, and I am a Mac user. I don't care for the Air much though, doesn't seem like you're getting your money's worth, like at all...
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    • Firestorm
    • I support that, and I am a Mac user. I don't care for the Air much though, doesn't seem like you're getting your money's worth, like at all...
      You are if you look at other laptops with similar battery life and SSDs (depends on your priorities really). This is $150 cheaper than with education discount for the standard 13" (the one I think is the best choice for most people) and Apple refurbs are supposed to be great. I'd call this a pretty hot deal if you're in the market for one!
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    • LOOSEWHEEL
    • I support that, and I am a Mac user. I don't care for the Air much though, doesn't seem like you're getting your money's worth, like at all...
      Also a matter of opinion. I know several people who absolutely love the Air's.
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    • MacBuster
    • I own one Apple product, and only one. A new 13" Macbook Air.

      It's a fantastic piece of hardware. The price premium is well worth it for the form factor. I use it as a work computer and it's simplified my life to be able to carry around my computer like I would an executive notebook.

      Of course, I installed Windows 7 on it, because OSX Lion is a garbage operating system, but that's another conversation. (I gave it a week to see whether I could understand the benefit of MacOS. Terrible operating system.)
  • AVATAR
    • omgreo
    • Love my 11" Air! Ultrabooks are the best compromise between portability and power. These are actually pretty much on par with ultrabooks from Asus and Acer.
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    • skule123
    • Hot deal for what it is, we bought an MBA for 50$ off on Boxing Day but will return it for one of these. Processor bump to i7 and we still save an extra 100$+? Thanks (and thanked) to the OP!
  • AVATAR
    • Stryk3r
    • I own one Apple product, and only one. A new 13" Macbook Air.

      It's a fantastic piece of hardware. The price premium is well worth it for the form factor. I use it as a work computer and it's simplified my life to be able to carry around my computer like I would an executive notebook.

      Of course, I installed Windows 7 on it, because OSX Lion is a garbage operating system, but that's another conversation. (I gave it a week to see whether I could understand the benefit of MacOS. Terrible operating system.)
      +1, only I gave it 3 months to give it a real chance, and I even tried really hard (found MAC versions of some PC apps in hope of trying to make it work). But just gave up and formatted and installed Windows 7. I agree Lion was crap, and one of the biggest annoyances was that you can't Cut and Paste?? Only copy and delete... ridiculous.

      Anyways for anyone getting one, just install windows on it and if you want to make best use of the OSX trackpad in Windows 7 on a MACBOOKAIR, this guy created a driver that makes 2 finger scrolling actually usable, and added 3 and 4 finger gestures for use in Windows and it works great!

      http://trackpad.powerplan7.com/

      It's a must have for any MAC owner using windows, just note that installing on a 64 bit system requires you to use his power management software to bypass the unsigned driver install requirements for 64 Windows 7, but the power software doesn't have to be running you just have to install it (instructions are on the website).

      I can say it's an amazing driver and much better than the default bootcamp drivers from Apple, I love my MACBOOKAIR 13", I just hate OSX Lion, so don't let that stop you from using a great, light and still powerful laptop!
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    • omgreo
    • Not sure what problems you guys had but you can definitely copy and paste in OSX. It's just a matter of getting used to using Command instead of CTRL. This is my first Mac and it's not bad at all. Can't say I've had any problems with the OS itself other than having to get used to certain new things coming from Windows.
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    • KiraYamato
    • +1, only I gave it 3 months to give it a real chance, and I even tried really hard (found MAC versions of some PC apps in hope of trying to make it work). But just gave up and formatted and installed Windows 7. I agree Lion was crap, and one of the biggest annoyances was that you can't Cut and Paste?? Only copy and delete... ridiculous.

      Anyways for anyone getting one, just install windows on it and if you want to make best use of the OSX trackpad in Windows 7 on a MACBOOKAIR, this guy created a driver that makes 2 finger scrolling actually usable, and added 3 and 4 finger gestures for use in Windows and it works great!

      http://trackpad.powerplan7.com/

      It's a must have for any MAC owner using windows, just note that installing on a 64 bit system requires you to use his power management software to bypass the unsigned driver install requirements for 64 Windows 7, but the power software doesn't have to be running you just have to install it (instructions are on the website).

      I can say it's an amazing driver and much better than the default bootcamp drivers from Apple, I love my MACBOOKAIR 13", I just hate OSX Lion, so don't let that stop you from using a great, light and still powerful laptop!
      For future reference:
      Copy and Paste:
      1. cmd+c
      2. cmd + v

      Cut and Paste:
      1. cmd+c
      2. cmd+option+v
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    • Nikkuh
    • You are if you look at other laptops with similar battery life and SSDs (depends on your priorities really). This is $150 cheaper than with education discount for the standard 13" (the one I think is the best choice for most people) and Apple refurbs are supposed to be great. I'd call this a pretty hot deal if you're in the market for one!
      I got my iMac refurbed two years ago and its chugging along like its brand new, I will say Apple refurbs are of great quality.

      It just seems ridiculous that they've discontinued the standard Macbook and are now corn-holing everyone into buying either an ultraportable or a pro machine..
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    • khulit
    • Not sure what problems you guys had but you can definitely copy and paste in OSX. It's just a matter of getting used to using Command instead of CTRL. This is my first Mac and it's not bad at all. Can't say I've had any problems with the OS itself other than having to get used to certain new things coming from Windows.
      I found it annoying too, as I use the right click button to do copy and paste, moving files etc. and found that from the mouse, you can't CUT/PASTE... unless I probably type a OPTION key? Anyway, I find it frustrating for a "supposed to be" user friendly computer that you would have to read the f-ing manual just to get the CUT/PASTE to work...
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    • Stryk3r
    • For future reference:
      Copy and Paste:
      1. cmd+c
      2. cmd + v

      Cut and Paste:
      1. cmd+c
      2. cmd+option+v
      I'm sorry I'll be more clear then, you can't cut and paste without pressing keys on the keyboard. I control my PC mostly with the trackpad and like a fast tapping action without having to use the keyboard expect for typing, what's so wrong with right click cut, right click paste???? There's other long lists of crap including networking issues (that work fine now I installed windows) etc. I like the hardware, I just don't like the software.
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    • Nikkuh
    • I found it annoying too, as I use the right click button to do copy and paste, moving files etc. and found that from the mouse, you can't CUT/PASTE... unless I probably type a OPTION key? Anyway, I find it frustrating for a "supposed to be" user friendly computer that you would have to read the f-ing manual just to get the CUT/PASTE to work...
      They should have added the standard "cut" to the right click menu like 4 OSX versions ago, Apple ignorance is the only thing preventing it from happening.
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    • DaLurker
    • I got my iMac refurbed two years ago and its chugging along like its brand new, I will say Apple refurbs are of great quality.

      It just seems ridiculous that they've discontinued the standard Macbook and are now corn-holing everyone into buying either an ultraportable or a pro machine..
      Given that the Macbook was priced in at the Macbook Air pricing, I can see why.
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    • aviator_13
    • ROFL at this thread.

      Decent deal if you're in the market and don't mind the refurb. Forwarded to a friend of mine.
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    • MrWizard
    • It's amazing how an Apple deal thread brings out all the people who can't wait to rip into them for one reason or another.
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    • Nikkuh
    • Given that the Macbook was priced in at the Macbook Air pricing, I can see why.
      Sure, and the tradeoff is a machine that can never be upgraded because all the components are soldered to the mobo, and now you have an integrated battery which can never be serviced outside of an Apple store.. Oh and no ethernet.. or optical drive. The move to get rid of optical media will eventually happen, but theyre jumping the gun having half their laptop lines lacking it.. not to mention the Mac Mini
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    • coldpower27
    • Sure, and the tradeoff is a machine that can never be upgraded because all the components are soldered to the mobo, and now you have an integrated battery which can never be serviced outside of an Apple store.. Oh and no ethernet.. or optical drive. The move to get rid of optical media will eventually happen, but theyre jumping the gun having half their laptop lines lacking it.. not to mention the Mac Mini
      If you really need an Optical drive get an external one..
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    • champdood
    • I got my iMac refurbed two years ago and its chugging along like its brand new, I will say Apple refurbs are of great quality.

      It just seems ridiculous that they've discontinued the standard Macbook and are now corn-holing everyone into buying either an ultraportable or a pro machine..
      All the 13" Pro is is the 13" Macbook put into a proper case, rather than the horrendous plastic bodies that had so many issues (the plastic splintered, the sticky pad on the bottom peeled off, etc). It only ever existed to give Apple a portable that was priced under $1000, the need disappeared with the 11.6" Air and the iPad.

      Agree on the refurbs though, I've had a macbook pro since 2006 that still runs, I replaced the harddrive a couple of years ago and the battery last year, that's it. It's too hot and heavy though, which is why I'm looking at the Air right now.

      edit: And for Lion, to cut and paste a file/folder you go "copy" then "move item here", either via holding the option button or using a menu. It will cut and paste. Yes, it's Apple trying to make their own idiotic paradigm, but that's life and it works.

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