Apple MacBook Air MC965LL/A 13.3-Inch Review
Apple products have garnered a lot of attention in the market. They have, in a sense, revolutionized consumer electronics, bringing items like the ultrabook and the tablet to the mass market in a way that made then fun and acessible. Today we are going to talk about the first really popular ultrabook, the Apple MacBook Air and see if it lives up to the hype or if you should choose another model.
The newest Macbook Air comes in at $1,209.99, which is nothing to balk at, but when you compare it to the prices of other ultrabooks and not netbooks it seems much more reasonable. Now, lets talk about the specs on the lower end model, since the majority of consumers will find that to be more than suitable.
The system is set up with 128 GB of hard drive space and a 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core processor that is backed up by 4GB DDR3 RAM. These specs are slightly better then the majority of other ultrabooks, with the exception of the processor, as processors from the i5 line seem to be the standard for now in ultrabooks.
Now lets look at the graphics on the Apple MacBook Air. The screen in 13.3 inch, with an HD Graphics 3000 that runs at a resolution of 1440 x 900. That should be more than enough to keep most of the HD fanatics out there happy with their ultrabooks.
The system sports a pair of USB 2.0 ports and weighs about 2.96 pounds. Then there is the advantage not listed. This system will come with access to the genius bar, which will give you free and in person tech support for a year, and they will usually help with other problems after that for no cost, as long as the support does not require opening the case. If you want longer protection guaranteed then you can just get Apple Care.
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