So you're thinking of buying a Mac? Excellent, you've come to the right place. Here, we point you in the right direction towards your new Mac, whether that's Apple's own store, a third-party seller or even refurbished or second-hand.

If you've yet to decide on which Mac to buy, you can visit our complete Mac buying guide for 2016. But if you're already set on the Mac you're after, read on for quick links direct to where you can buy your new computer.

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Where to buy a MacBook

Apple's 12in MacBook is the newest entry in the line-up, built for style and portability than for the practicalities of computing. It starts at £1,049 and even if you shop around you're unlikely to find it for much less than that unless you're willing to buy from the refurbished store or second-hand.

Bear in mind that Apple sells the 2016 model in its official retail store (the top link here) whereas the model in the Refurbished Store is the older 2015 model. Make sure you're getting the version you'd prefer, particularly if buying from a third party seller like Amazon. 

View the 12in MacBook in the Apple Store

View the 12in MacBook in the Apple Refurbished Store

View the 12in MacBook in the Apple Education Store

View the 12in MacBook at Amazon

View the 12in MacBook Air at John Lewis

View the 12in MacBook at Currys/PC World

View the 12in MacBook at Best Buy

View the 12in MacBook at Walmart

Where to buy a MacBook Air

The MacBook Air is Apple's ultrathin and incredibly light laptop, available with 11in and 13in screens. It starts at £749 for the base model, and is available from a wide variety of retailers.

View the MacBook Air in the Apple Store

View the MacBook Air in the Apple Refurbished Store

View the MacBook Air in the Apple Education Store

View the MacBook Air at Amazon

View the MacBook Air at John Lewis

View the MacBook Air at Currys/PC World

View the MacBook Air at Best Buy

View the MacBook Air at Walmart

Where to buy a MacBook Pro

There are three types of MacBook Pro available: 13in, 15in and non-Retina. They're the most powerful laptops made by Apple, and start at £999.

View the MacBook Pro in the Apple Store

View the MacBook Pro in the Apple Refurbished Store

View the MacBook Pro in the Apple Education Store

View the MacBook Pro at Amazon

View the MacBook Pro at John Lewis

View the MacBook Pro at Currys/PC World

View the MacBook Pro at Best Buy

View the MacBook Pro at Walmart

Where to buy an iMac

Onto desktop Macs now, starting with Apple's most famous Mac – the iMac. First introduced in 1998 causing shockwaves in personal computing, the iMac is now incredibly thin yet manages to house everything it needs behind its gorgeous display.

View the iMac in the Apple Store

View the iMac in the Apple Refurbished Store

View the iMac in the Apple Education Store

View the iMac at Amazon

View the iMac at John Lewis

View the iMac at Currys/PC World

View the iMac at Best Buy

View the iMac at Walmart

Where to buy a Mac Pro

The Mac Pro is Apple's professional Mac with a price tag to match, starting at £2,499.

View the Mac Pro in the Apple Store

View the Mac Pro in the Apple Refurbished Store

View the Mac Pro in the Apple Education Store

View the Mac Pro at Amazon

View the Mac Pro at John Lewis

View the Mac Pro at Currys/PC World

View the Mac Pro at Best Buy

View the Mac Pro at Walmart

Where to buy a Mac mini

The Mac mini is Apple's compact desktop computer, and is the cheapest Mac starting at just £399.

View the Mac mini in the Apple Store

View the Mac mini in the Apple Education Store

View the Mac mini at Amazon

View the Mac mini at John Lewis

View the Mac mini at Currys/PC World

View the Mac mini at Best Buy