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Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.8GHz i5-3427U 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.8GHz i5-3427U 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver:
This short summary of the Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.8GHz i5-3427U 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Apple MacBook Air 13", 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5, 1.8 GHz, 33.8 cm (13.3"), 1440 x 900 pixels, 8 GB, 256 GB
Long summary description Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.8GHz i5-3427U 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver :

Apple MacBook Air 13". Form factor: Clamshell. Processor family: 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5, Processor model: i5-3427U, Processor frequency: 1.8 GHz. Display diagonal: 33.8 cm (13.3"), Display resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels. Internal memory: 8 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 256 GB, Storage media: Flash. On-board graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 1.35 kg

This is an auto-generated long summary of Apple MacBook Air 13" 1.8GHz i5-3427U 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2012-11-01
Testseek has collected 95 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Air 13" and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Source Review comments Score
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2012-11-01
Two basic versions of the 13" MacBook Air are available. The only difference between them is the size of the built-in SSD. The cheapest option (tested here) sells for £999 and has a 128 GB SSD, while the more expensive £1,249 model has a 256 GB SSD. Ho...
Good Very slim and lightweight (1.35 Kg), Large touchpad with multitouch support, Performances, Audio quality, Battery life (7 hrs 42 mins), Good screen contrast (800:1)...
Bad Glossy screen, colour fidelity could be better, Not great for gaming, Can get quite hot, A bit light on connections...
Bottom line With a design that never seems to date and an impeccable finish, the 2012 13" MacBook Air packs excellent levels of processing power and a monster battery life into a sleek, compact casing. The new MacBook Air has so many great features that you'll soo...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-01
Apple might have the smaller ultra-portable market all but sewn up with the 11-inch MacBook Air, but there are far more alternatives once screen size jumps up to 13 inches. Without a gorgeous MacBook Pro-style Retina display, it’s up to Intel’s Ivy Bri...
Bottom line Intel Ivy Bridge processors and faster storage give the MacBook Air a welcome performance boost...
100%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2012-11-01
Believe it or not, it’s been nearly four and a half years since Apple released the original MacBook Air. At the time, it was revolutionary in terms of its size and weight, but it also was slow, had little storage, had only a single USB port for expansi...
Bottom line The MacBook Air line has always been about compromise – as we wrote back in 2008, the Air was initially appealing mainly to people for whom small size and light weight were more important than the features the Air was missing. But two things have happe...
100%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-01
Believe it or not, it’s been nearly four and a half years since Apple released the original MacBook Air. At the time, it was revolutionary in terms of its size and weight, but it also was slow, had little storage, had only a single USB port for expansi...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Other Ultrabooks, like the Acer Aspire S5, may be lighter but with its satin finish and impeccable build quality, the Air is still the classiest out there. And despite its processing prowess, it's absolutely silent – even under heavy load...
Good More grunt, but remains totally silent, Flawless build quality...
Bad Starts expensive, and only gets pricier...
100%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-05
Two years ago Apple got really serious about thin and light laptops - and did something really quite important. It replaced its original Air model – that was by then almost three years old – with two new designs. The first Air had been widely perceived...
Bottom line Overall, I found the combination of weight, features and performance to be ideal. Used constantly over several weeks, it made itself a strong candidate to be the nicest laptop I’ve ever used. It’s just a shame that even the 256GB Core i5 model can’t...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-02
The Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display grabbed all the limelight when it launched this June. At the same launch event though its lightweight compadre the MacBook Air benefitted from a quiet refresh. And a most useful one at that. See: more reviews o...
Bottom line This revised 13in MacBook Air is a little bit faster in general speed, a lot faster in graphics speed – if only catching up with 2010’s Air – but with approaching an hour of extra battery life. We also appreciate the even quieter fan. This is the origi...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2012-11-02
To some extent, Apple has made a rod for its own back. The MacBook Air reached such impressive heights last year, with just about the best computer hardware on the market, and with more than enough features to keep even demanding users happy. This yea...
Good Beautiful, sturdy, great keyboard and trackpad, spiffing battery life...
Bad Expensive, keyboard a bit squeaky, can't be upgraded...
Bottom line The Air is our idea of a perfect laptop. It's thin and light, looks the part and has plenty of power for most day-to-day tasks. Video editors might find it underpowered, but we think this is the most perfect balance of power to weight we've seen yet...
90%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-27
We were desperately hoping the MacBook Air would get the Retina screen it deserves, but Apple has reserved that upgrade for professionals. Instead, both the 11in and 13in MacBook Air models have received a relatively modest spring clean for 2012. Desig...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-01
We were desperately hoping the MacBook Air would get the Retina screen it deserves, but Apple has kept that upgrade for professionals. Instead, both the 11in and 13in MacBook Air models receive a modest spring clean for 2012, with new internals and a few...
Bottom line The same flawless design, now with Ivy Bridge and more RAM – all at a lower price...
83%
channelpro.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-01
The same flawless design, now with Ivy Bridge and more RAM – all at a lower priceRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) We were desperately hoping the MacBook Air would get the Retina screen it deserves, but Apple has kept that upgrade for professionals. Instead...
80%
itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-05-04
The recently launched 13in MacBook Air is thin, light, and has a decent battery capacity. For mid-2012, Apple has updated its system with a new Ivy Bridge processor from Intel. There are other new features, like USB 3.0 ports and the potential upgrade to...
Good Ivy Bridge Processor, USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt, Still looks and feels great...
Bad No increase in screen resolution, New power connector, Pricey options...
Bottom line The new MacBook Air will be seen as an incremental update for anyone already equipped with the last generation model. If, however, you have an older MacBook Air, the upgrade to Ivy Bridge is pretty compelling. The addition of USB 3.0 is welcome, but the...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2012-11-01
MacBook Air 2012 Intro The MacBook Air remains an iconic product in the laptop market. Not because it was the first premium ultraportable to be thin enough to fit in an envelope - Sony did that years earlier with its VAIO TZ1 , among many other models – b...
Good Good screen (for TN) with 1440 x 900 res, Classleading connectivity, Sleek, attractive design, Relatively powerful specifications, Excellent usability...
Bad No (Retina) upgrade to the display, Same old chassis, No Gigabit Ethernet or HDMI, Nonstandard screen resolution, Noisy under load...
Bottom line Apple has updated what was already one of the better ultraportable laptops on the market to keep it competitive, with a downright impressive set of specification upgrades and (in theory) some of the best connectivity going thanks to its dual USB 3.0 and T...
80%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2012-11-05
Ultra-portable laptops have been in vogue recently with a slew of Intel-branded Ultrabooks entering the fray. This means there is more competition for Apple's Macbook Air, which was first released in 2008.Apple's new mid-2012 range is mainly concerned...
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