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Thursday, October 20, 2011

11-inch MacBook Air

11 inch and 13 inch Mac Book Air


When Apple released the latest version of Mac Book Air this mid year of 2011, I was a bit interested on it. An 11 inch Mac Book Air having a tagline as “The Ultimate Everyday Notebook”, the powerful ability to carry enough through the day and became advance with OS X Lion. Coded as the “thinnest and lightest laptop”

I enjoyed the look, a sturdy aluminum unibody design that makes MacBook Air sleek and durable. MacBook Air sets a high standard by making flash storage standard. Flash chips are very small that allows MacBook Air to be incredibly thin and light. It was so light, weight for 2.38 lbs or 1.08kg.

The MacBook Air performed well and very satisfying having a 128GB flash storage, 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB memory, Intel HD Graphics 3000, thunderbolt port, and the latest OS X, Lion Software. Applications launched quickly even when performing in multi tasking.

Battery is up to 5 hours when in used and up to 30 days for standby time.  It has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and backlit keyboard, which I like from MAC , very useful especially when your at dark. It also has a built-in Face Time camera and 2 USB port , as always most number of port Mac has.

Its loaded with great built it apps, that im pretty sure you'll gonna love it the way I do and very useful as well. You can download thousand of software or apps straight from your MacBook Air on the Mac apps store.

11-inch MacBook Air is worthy and an excellent ultraportable laptop for everyday needs. Since its lightweight and portable its easy to bring along when your out of town or travelling elsewhere.

Here are some pros and cons for 11-inch MacBook Air

Pros:
Latest Intel Processors
Ultrafast Thunderbort (Fast Data Transfer)
Flash Storage
Multi - touch Trackpad
Lightweight and extremely thin in design (portability)
Full size keyboard
Backlit Keyboard
Long battery life (up to 5 hours)

Cons:
No built-in Ethernet Port (you need to buy a USB Ethernet port if you want)
No built-in DVD drive
No built-in card reader
2 USB ports only


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