Review : New MacBook Air in 2 Version 13.3 inches & 11.6 Inches

MacBook Air 13 Pro

MacBook Air 13 Pro

It’s been two years since Apple last refreshed MacBook Air, but Apple has made the latest products the MacBook Air that was redesigned and has come in 13.3-and 11.6-inch with full unibody construction.

 

MacBook Air gets Flash storage. Why is this so important to you? Instant on boot. Because the MacBook Air relies on flash memory, boot time approaches zero. Other? Intel Core2Duo processor in conjunction with Nvidia GeForce graphics card 320m. Apple is also doing the right thing by adding an SD card reader and two USB ports.

MacBook Air will come with FaceTime camera along with a full keyboard and trackpad multitouch. MacBook Air 11-inch version has a screen resolution of 1366 × 768, while the version of 13-inch 1440 × 900.px They each weighed just 2.3 pounds and 2.9, respectively, and includes stereo speakers.

MacBook Air 11

MacBook Air 11

The battery life is okay too as well: 13.3-incher will hold up to 7 hours of active use, and a full moon on standby. 11.6-inch version to get 5 hours and standby time of the same 30 days. The battery is said to be up to up to 1,000 charga, and can be replaced with a price of $ 129.

Both are available now starting at $ 1000 for the MacBook Air get smaller with Core2Duo 1.4GHz and 64GB of storage, while for the $ 1,200 you can upgrade to 128GB with the same processor. 13.3-inch screen version starts at 1.86GHz processor and 128GB of storage for $ 1300, and 256GB capacities, if you choose the price to $ 1600. Basic models start from 2GB of RAM but upgradeable to 4GB, and looks as if they provide you with a USB stick with the OS.

What’s not here? Optical drive, but that’s to be expected given the thinness of this laptop cool.

Let’s see the latest video of the MacBook Air in 2011 was:

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