MacBook 12": 1.2GHz, 256GB Flash

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    Leasing a MacBook includes 3 years support

    The 2017 Apple MacBook now features Kaby Lake CPU's and longer battery life. The 12" edge to edge Retina Display delivers beautiful visuals and is powered by the new Intel Core m3 processor. An option to upgrade to i5 and i7 CPU is available. The MacBook is thinner and lighter than the current MacBook Air and features re-designed battery cells for longer battery life. A USB-C port combines several functions such as power, USB data transfer, DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA. Lease the new MacBook from HardSoft today.
    Dual Core Intel Core m3 - 1.2GHz (Turbo Boost to 3.0GHz)
    8GB RAM
    256GB
    SSD
    Intel HD Graphics 615
    macOS + iWork
    + Dicotta Carry Case
    Choice of FOUR colours - Silver, Gold, Rose Gold, Space Grey
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    • Discounts Available
    • 3% for orders over £25 per week
    • 5% for orders over £55 per week
    • 7% for orders over £95 per week
    • HAVE A BIG ORDER? Call our team for the best price.
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    Once you have chosen your device click on the 'ADD TO BASKET' where you will need to complete the lease application. We will then make a Credit Check and then within 24 hours email you the lease contract for you to sign on-line. Upon receipt of the signed paperwork we will then deliver the next day or at a convenient time to suit.

    All prices exclude VAT and are quoted per week based on a three year agreement. PC Customers can renew their agreement after 18 months. Apple Mac customers can renew after 24 months or cancel the agreement at this point.

    All offers are subject to credit status (BUSINESS USERS ONLY) and an identity fraud check. HardSoft Ltd and its agents will make enquiries to verify the information to enable fair consideration of the application. The lender reserves the right to decline an application. Please see the Citizens Advice Bureau page on 'How lenders decide whether to give you credit' for further information on this topic, including steps you may wish to take if your application is refused.

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