SAVE $50: Apple’s entry-level 24-inch iMac comes with an M1 processor, an 8-core CPU, a 7-core GPU, and 256GB of storage. It typically sells for $1,299, but as of Jan. 5, Amazon has the silver version on sale for just $1,249. That’s its best price to date.

From three new wearables to a major MacBook Air redesign, updated iPhones, a revamped iPad Pro, and maybe even a VR headset, Apple’s 2022 product lineup is rumored to be absolutely stacked. (That’s according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who dedicated the latest edition of his Power On newsletter to Tim Cook’s upcoming releases.)

That being said, it’s hard not to be stuck in 2021 at the moment: Amazon just put a variant of last year’s excellent entry-level iMac on sale for its lowest price yet.

The silver version of the 24-inch desktop featuring an M1 processor, an 8-core CPU, a 7-core GPU, and 256GB of storage usually sells for $1,299, but as of Jan. 5, it’s yours for just $1,249 — a $50 discount that was previously exclusive to its blue and pink peers.

Not to dwell on the past, but the 24-inch iMac was one of Mashable’s top gadgets of last year. That powerful M1 chip means it can do double duty as both a “super-smooth workstation” and an entertainment system, per our tech team, though it’s still sleek and lightweight enough to be moved with ease. (Got multiple people working or learning from home nowadays? Being able to carry it around from room to room is a huge plus.)

“Throw in a 1080p camera for all those video chats, a 4.5K Retina display for binging Netflix, Touch ID built into the Magic Keyboard to easily switch between user profiles and input passwords, to name a few,” wrote former Mashable tech reporter Brenda Stolyar, “and you’ve got yourself the ideal at-home iMac.” (Click here to read her full review.)

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