Apple today began offering refurbished Studio Display models in the US, with the display available at a lower price point for the first time since its March 2022 launch.

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There are several studio monitor variants available for purchase, including Basic model with tilt stand And the model that nano-textured glass. The basic Studio Display is available for $1,359, down from the original $1,599 price. The Nano-texture model with tilting stand is available for $1,609, with the addition of Nano-texture intended to reduce glare.

The 27-inch studio monitor features 5K resolution, 600 nits of brightness, True Tone, wide color support, and more. Equipped with multiple ports and compatible with modern Mac computers.

Studio display supplies will vary as the models available to the refurbished store are added over time, so we can also see height-adjustable reduced models in the future.

Refurbished Apple products are essentially identical to new products and undergo an Apple refurbishment process that includes full functionality testing. Refurbished products are eligible AppleCare+ It has the same 14-day return period as new Apple devices.

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