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Apple MacBook Air 33.8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

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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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Long product name Apple MacBook Air 33.8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard :
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MacBook Air, Intel Core 2 Duo (1.6GHz, 4MB L2, 800-MHz), 80GB PATA 4200-rpm, 2GB 667-MHz DDR2 SDRAM, 13.3" TFT 1280x800, Intel GMA X3100, IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, iSight-camera, Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Air 33.8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard:
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Apple MacBook Air, Intel® Core™2 Duo, 1.6 GHz, 33.8 cm (13.3"), 1280 x 800 pixels, 2 GB, 80 GB

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Apple MacBook Air. Processor family: Intel® Core™2 Duo, Processor frequency: 1.6 GHz. Display diagonal: 33.8 cm (13.3"), Display resolution: 1280 x 800 pixels. Internal memory: 2 GB, Internal memory type: DDR2-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 80 GB. Discrete graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Weight: 1.36 kg

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Uk has collected 119 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Air 33.8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and the average expert rating is 74 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Source Testseek summary Average rating
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Nl heeft 119 proffesionele recensies verzameld voor Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 Pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Het gemiddelde van deze proffesionele recensies is 74 van de 100. De gemiddelde score geeft aan hoe profesionals dit product waarderen. Klik hieronder om naar testseek te gaan en voor alle productbeoordelingen, -testen en -conclusies.
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Fr a recueilli 119 avis d’experts pour Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixels Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 Go DDR2-SDRAM 80 Go Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard et la note moyenne est de 74 sur 100. Le score moyen reflète l’avis de la communauté des experts sur ce produit. Cliquez sur l’onglet ci-dessous et utilisez Testseek pour voir les notes, les prix de produits et les conclusions.
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
De hat 119 Expertenmeinungen über Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3 Zoll) 1280 x 800 Pixel Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard eingeholt. Das duchschnittliche Epertenrating ist 74 von 100. Die durchschnittlich erreichte Punktezahl gibt die Meinung der Expertencommunity über das Produkt wieder. Klicken Sie unten und nutzen Sie Testseek um alle Beurteilungen, Produktauszeichnungen und Schlussfolgerungen sehen zu können.
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Reviews
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Testseek ha raccolto 119 recensioni da parte di esperti per Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 Pixel Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard e la valutazione media da parte degli esperti è di 74 su 100. Tale media riflette l’opinione della comunità degli esperti circa questo prodotto. Fate clic qui sotto e usate Testseek per visualizzare tutte le valutazioni, i premi ricevuti dal prodotto e le conclusioni.
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Reviews
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Es ha coleccionado 119 opiniones de expertos para Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 Pixeles Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard y la calificación media es 74 de 100. El promedio de la calificación refleja la opinión de la comuniudad de los expertos referente a este producto. Haga click abajo y use Testseek para poder ver todas las calificaciones, galardones y conclusiones del producto.
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Dk har samlet 119 ekspertanmeldelser for Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixel Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard og den gennemsnitlige ekspertbedømmelse er 74 af 100. Den gennemsnitlige score reflekterer ekspertpanelets opfattelse af dette produkt. Klik nedenfor og brug Dk for at se alle bedømmelser, produkter og konklusioner.
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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Se har samlat in 119 experttester för Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 pixlar Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard och det genomsnittliga betyget är 74 av 100. Det genomsnittliga betyget reflekterar experternas samlade syn på denna produkt. Klicka nedanför och använd Se för att se alla betyg, utmärkelser och kommentarer.
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Source Testseek summary Average rating
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Es has recollit 120 revisions d'experts per Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 Pixeles Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Lleopard i la qualificació mitjana dels experts és de 74 sobre 100. La puntuació mitjana reflecteix l'opinió de la comunitat d'experts sobre este producte. Feu clic a continuació i utilitzeu Testseek per veure totes les qualificacions, premis de productes i conclusions.
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Testseek има добиено 120 оцени од експерти за Apple MacBook Air 33,8 cm (13.3") 1280 x 800 пиксели Intel® Core™2 Duo 2 GB DDR2-SDRAM 80 GB Intel® GMA X3100 Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, при што просечната оцена на експертите е 74 од 100. Просечната оцена го отсликува погледот на експертите кон овој производ. Кликнете долу и употребете го Testseek за да извршите преглед на сите оцени, наградите со кои се има здобиено производот, и заклучоците.
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hardwareheaven.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
It is not often we review a Macintosh product on DriverHeaven and although we are late to the table we felt it would be an interesting novelty for our readers to have a look at probably the sexiest laptop ever made, the MacBook Air.
Bottom line So is the MacBook Air worthy of your £1,200? On a personal level I would unreservedly say yes. To be truthful however, I am a designer by heart and I cant help but fail to be impressed by the engineering and design ethic Apple embed into every piece...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Our initial review of the MacBook Air was based on its stock £1,199 configuration, which features a 1.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 80GB of storage provided by a 1.8in traditional hard drive. Since then, weve obtained two 1.8GHz Intel Core 2...
Bottom line The public reaction to the MacBook Air has been fascinating. Our original conclusion could probably be boiled down to “its good for people its good for, and not for people its not” – this appeared to be a Rorschach test for readers, sinc...
80%
macworld.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Macworld’s initial review of the MacBook Air was based on its stock £1,199 configuration, which features a 1.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 80GB of storage provided by a 1.8in traditional hard drive. Since then, we’ve obtained two 1.8GHz...
Good Lightweight, bright LED-backlit screen, full-size keyboard with backlighting, uses remote disc to‘borrow’ another Mac or PCs optical drive for remote installation...
Bad Processor is still slower than a MacBook, PATA drive is slow, SSD drive is very expensive, limited configuration ports, no Ethernet connection, unswappable battery...
Bottom line The public reaction to the MacBook Air has been fascinating. Our original conclusion could probably be boiled down to “it’s good for people it’s good for, and not for people it’s not” – this appeared to be a Rorschach t...
60%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Theres no denying that Apple has caused something of a stir with its MacBook Air (£2028 inc. VAT), the thinnest laptop ever made. Measuring 325 x 221 x 20mm, its impressively stylish and will certainly turn a fair few heads.Our test unit was the high...
Good Head-turning design, Vibrant screen, Great keyboard, High-quality build...
Bad Lacking in connectivity, No CD/DVD drive, Poor battery life...
Bottom line Theres no denying that Apple has caused something of a stir with its MacBook Air (£2028 inc. VAT), the thinnest laptop ever made. Measuring 325 x 221 x 20mm, its impressively stylish and will certainly turn a fair few heads.Our test unit was the high...
70%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:42
On the other hand, its ridiculously thin and is a truly gorgeous-looking object. We were sceptical about the Air when it was announced, back in January. But now its available there was nothing for it: we had to try it out ourselves. Theres no denyi...
Bottom line The Air is a love it or loathe it machine, but dont let the naysayers put you off if it offers the form factor you prefer. Of course its not going to be the laptop to suit everyone - you can buy cheaper or more capable Macs and PCs - so its not a...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Manufacturers often have to sacrifice features, such as a spacious keyboard and screen, to make an ultra-portable laptop weigh significantly less than 2kg. Apples MacBook Air has a comfortable keyboard and a 13.3in widescreen display, yet weighs on...
60%
techradar.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Falling in love can blind you to your lovers faults. And weve fallen head over heels in love with the MacBook Air...Despite the removal of key hardware components, a lack of processor oomph, so-so battery life and only one USB port, were still thril...
Good Product Summary MacBook Air 1.6GHz Best Price £1099 from Vizik.com See more prices Key specs Price at Launch 1199 | MPN MB003LLA | HDD Capacity (GB) 80 | Installed RAM (GB) 2 | Full spec For...
Bottom line Falling in love can blind you to your lovers faults. And weve fallen head over heels in love with the MacBook Air...Despite the removal of key hardware components, a lack of processor oomph, so-so battery life and only one USB port, were still thril...
70%
itpro.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
As stylish a notebook as you could hope for, but in its quest for thinness, Apple has sacrificed a lot. Its lovely to use in many respects but one cant help feeling that the Air is a triumph of style over practicality...
Bottom line As stylish a notebook as you could hope for, but in its quest for thinness, Apple has sacrificed a lot. Its lovely to use in many respects but one cant help feeling that the Air is a triumph of style over practicality...
67%
T3.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
At the start of the year, the T3 gossip machine leapt into pre-Macworld overdrive, forecasting a 12.1-inch lappy or iTablet. What we actually got was the worlds slimmest notebook. Not too far off, then... Intel has custom-built the 1.8GHz Intel Core...
Good Great keyboard, Sharp screen, Svelte design, No moving parts (on ultimate version)...
Bad No FireWire, One USB port, No removable battery...
Bottom line The best looking lappy on the market but severely hindered in the connectivity department.
80%
pocket-lint.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
It is an amazing piece of engineering but there are far too many sacrifices to make this the perfect notebook...
Good Super slim, cutting-edge technology...
Bad Sealed battery, limited connectivity...
Bottom line It is an amazing piece of engineering but there are far too many sacrifices to make this the perfect notebook...
60%
macworld.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Laptop design has always been about compromise. Though they’ve come a long way in the past few years, laptops have never been able to offer the features available in desktop computers, and certainly not at comparable prices. In order to squeeze an e...
Good Lightweight, bright LED-backlit 13.3-inch screen, full-size keyboard...
Bad Slow processor, slow and small hard drive, limited configuration options, limited ports, unswappable battery Min specs: 1.6GHz or 1.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo chip at 800MHz; 2GB of 667MH DDR2 SDRAM; 1.8in, 80GB hard drive (64GB SSD available); 13.3in widescre...
Bottom line If the story of the MacBook Air is a story about compromise, the decision about whether the MacBook Air is a product worth having can be answered by one question: How much are you willing to compromise? The MacBook Air is the slowest Mac in Apple’s...
60%
alphr.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
Before you've even laid eyes on the MacBook Air, the very process of extricating it from its packaging frustrates and excites in a way that few technology purchases can. In typical Apple fashion, every detail has been considered, right down to stage ma...
Bottom line Gorgeous, expensive and exasperating in equal measure, and yet still desirable despite its myriad faults...
67%
zdnet.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
The design is revolutionary, but Apples MacBook Air will appeal to a smaller, more specialised audience than the standard MacBook, thanks to a stripped-down set of connections and features.
Good Incredibly thin yet surprisingly sturdy, New touchpad gesture controls are very useful, Remote optical drive makes living without a builtin drive much easier...
Bad Very limited connectivity, Slower than other MacBooks, SSD harddrive option is ridiculously expensive and standard hard drive is small, Battery is not replaceable...
Bottom line The design is revolutionary, but Apples MacBook Air will appeal to a smaller, more specialised audience than the standard MacBook, thanks to a stripped-down set of connections and features...
77%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
In many ways the story of the MacBook Air is the story of a series of compromises, all made in order to fit an entire Mac in a 1.3kg package thats 4mm thick at its thinnest point. Apple MacBook Air - full technical review There was no mention of S...
70%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:46
Apple MacBook Air - First Look Review Is the worlds thinnest laptop any good? by Stuart MilesAt a glance What is it?Thin laptopPrice£From £1199 (Compare prices)The goodThin, 13.3-inch screen, light, option of Solid state driveThe badNo opt...
Good Thin, 13.3-inch screen, light, option of Solid state drive...
Bad No optical drive, no Ethernet, no Firewire, no replaceable battery...
Bottom line Will it impress your mates? Of course it will. But for us there are too many sacrifices.
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pcworld.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:36:06
NotebookAnd I have never, in 20 years of using Macs, had a woman stop in a café and ask to look at my computer (or anything else, for that matter). The Air is so slim it looks like the lid of my Macbook Pro, although it’s curvier, and elegant in its b...
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pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:36:07
Before you’ve even laid eyes on the MacBook Air, the very process of extricating it from its packaging frustrates and excites in a way that few technology purchases can. In typical Apple fashion, every detail has been considered, right down to s...
67%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:36:08
Claiming to be the "worlds thinnest notebook", the Apple MacBook Air is quite simply an incredible piece of industrial design. At just 19.4mm thick at its highest point, the Air boasts an anodised aluminium casing, a full-sized backlit keyboard and a...
Good Superb design, anodised aluminium casing, build quality, illuminated backlit keyboard, built in iSight camera, 13.3in display, multi-touch trackpad, Remote Disc feature...
Bad No optical drive, no FireWire, no Ethernet port, only one USB port, non-removable battery with short battery life The Final Word The MacBook Air is a superbly crafted notebook, but this niche product isnt for everyone. Its lack of optical drive, FireW...
Bottom line The MacBook Air is a superbly crafted notebook, but this niche product isnt for everyone. Its lack of optical drive, FireWire and Ethernet ports deem it inadequate for power or everyday users. Regardless, it functions well as a secondary device for fr...
80%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06 10:36:09
Apples new laptop, the MacBook Air, may not be the true ultraportable that many had hoped for, but it still easily breaks new ground for small laptops. Mimicking the 13-inch silhouette of the current MacBook line, its only 0.76 inch thick at its thic...
Good Incredibly thin yet surprisingly sturdy, New touchpad gesture controls are very useful, Remote optical drive makes living without a builtin drive much easier...
Bad Very limited connectivity, Slower than other MacBooks, SSD harddrive option is ridiculously expensive and standard hard drive is small, Battery is not replaceable...
Bottom line The design is revolutionary, but Apples MacBook Air will appeal to a smaller, more specialized audience than the standard MacBook, thanks to a stripped-down set of connections and features.
77%
stuff.tv
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2014-03-14 03:13:45
Video review: Beautiful, built to last and blisteringly fast, but too expensive considering the lack of connections and its rivals ever-growing features lists...
Good Solid case and screen. Stunning interface and design. Touchpad controls make web browsing a joy...
Bad Sorely lacking connectivity compared to similarly-sized ultraportables...
Bottom line Beautiful, built to last and blisteringly fast, but too expensive considering the lack of connections and its rivals ever-growing features lists...
80%
tbreak.ae
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2016-11-26 21:17:48
Apple certainly knows how to design a good looking product. I’ve been using the MacBook Air for a few days now and its the lightest, thinnest and possibly the best looking notebook I’ve ever used.Starting with the aesthetics, the MacBook Air is a sight...
Bottom line MacBook Air - MacBook Air By Abbas Jaffar Ali Published 30 May 2008 Notebooks/Desktop Systems , Apple Products Rating: Unrated Email Print Remove from Favorites Add to Favorites Remove from Articles to Read Add to Articles to Read Apple certainly k...
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thestar.com.my
Updated:
2016-11-26 21:17:48
This Air is not for everyone By CHONG JINN XIUNG IT IS obvious that Apple’s latest ultraportable is aimed at mobile users who have a disdain for heavy notebook computers bristling with buttons, LEDs and ports. Here is a seemingly paper-thin device i...
Good Ultra slim lightweight design; large, bright LED screen; multitouch gesture trackpad; looks really great; high coolness factor.
Bad No builtin optical drive; Remote Disc has limitations; limited number of external ports.
Bottom line The Air isn’t for everyone. As a portable computer, it excels in many areas that others can’t – such as having a large screen, full-sized keyboard and decent processing power – while staying ultra lightweight. But the exclusion of...
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erenumerique.fr
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Le MacBook Air est sans conteste l'un des plus beaux ordinateurs qu'il nous ait été donné de voir. Ultra fin et léger, il concilie l'extrême mobilité sans sacrifier le confort. Reste que ses performances sont modestes...
Good Design et poids, Clavier, Touchpad...
Bad Performances, Carte graphique, Connectique...
Bottom line du testUne fois encore, le génie du design d’Apple a frappé. Impressionnant par sa finesse et très léger, c’est de toute évidence l’ultra portable par excellence. Toutefois pour y arriver, il a fallu faire des concessions et la connectique est particu...
75%
planet-sansfil.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Apple a toujours été une entreprise dont l’innovation et le sens du design étaient les maîtres mots. Nous ne comptons plus les produits qui ont fait sensation au fil des ans. Qui ne se rappelle pas des iMac aux contours si particuliers ou des iPod, qui...
Bottom line Apple nous livre ici une machine vraiment orientée mobilité. On a envie de l’emmener partout avec soi. Il est tellement léger et peu encombrant que cela devient un plaisir. Bien sûr, la mobilité se fait au détriment de certains périphériques et de...
85%
bestofmicro.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:43
Il y a quelques années, Apple avait un ultraportable “pro” dans sa gamme, le PowerBook 12 pouces. Au passage à Intel, il a disparu et n’a jamais été remplacé, jusqu’il y a quelques semaines, avec le MacBook...
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Lesnumeriques.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Afin de parer aux quelques manques du Mac Book Air, l'acquisition de certains accessoires ne sera pas superflue. A notre avis, trois produits peuvent être utiles : Le lecteur DVD : l'une des plus grosses surprises du MacBook Air est certainem...
Good Très faible épaisseur (1,94 cm !), Design et finition, Autonomie...
Bad Performances faibles du disque dur, Une seule prise USB, Pas de prise Ethernet, Lecteur en option...
Bottom line Portable hors-norme, le MacBook Air séduit avant tout par sa faible épaisseur et sa très belle finition. Il se transporte facilement et saura ravir les utilisateurs de bureautique, d'Internet, ou encore les amateurs de films itinér...
80%
macgeneration.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Dernier né de la gamme Macintosh, le MacBook Air est disponible à la vente depuis quelques jours. Successeur tant attendu du PowerBook 12”, "le portable le plus fin du monde" dixit Apple, divise comme le Power Macintosh Cube et le tout premier iMac à l...
Good Design exceptionnel, Performances plus qu'honorables, Trackpad multitouch, Poids plume...
Bad Autonomie trop juste, Trop de compromis, Prix, Les logiciels de migration et d'accès au lecteur distant sont à revoir...
70%
zdnet.fr
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:43
13,3 pouces pour 1,36 kg, le MacBook Air est ce qui sapproche le plus dun ultraportable depuis le MacBook Pro 12 pouces. Une machine aux performances honorables mais qui souffre des sacrifices consentis pour arriver à cette taille...
Good Design, autonomie, simplicité, pavé multitouch, performances correctes, poids.
Bad Prix, connectivité réduite, un peu grand pour un "ultra portable", temps de recharge.
Bottom line Une superbe machine, impressionnante par son design, son ergonomie et son format ultra fin. Toutefois, en grattant le vernis, on s’aperçoit que ce modèle souffre de lacunes, dont certaines sont quelque peu rédhibitoires. A 1700 euros, le MacBook Air...
78%
01net.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:43
Déclaré par son créateur, portable le plus fin du monde, le MacBook Air doit faire face à de nombreuses attentes, de nombreuses visions de ce que doit être un ultraportable. Léger. Oui ! Performant. Evidemment ! Autonome. Bien entendu, voyons ! Pour...
Good Le design, Le poids et la finesse, La taille de lécran, Le clavier complet, La configuration matérielle correcte, La possibilité dutiliser le lecteur optique dune autre machine, Lautonomie...
Bad La connectique dépouillée...
Bottom line La rumeur disait donc vrai. Après avoir abandonné le petit format et son PowerBook 12 pouces, lors du passage aux processeurs Intel, Apple revient finalement sur le marché de lultraportable. Et ultraportable, son nouveau produit, le MacBook Air, lest...
100%
clubic.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:26:46
Un an après avoir annoncé liPhone, Steve Jobs remonte sur la scène du Moscone Center de San Francisco pour présenter à quelque 3.000 amateurs et journalistes le dernier né dApple : le MacBook Air, quil affirme être lordinateur portable le plus fin...
Bottom line On pourrait penser quavec son MacBook Air, Apple tente de créer un nouveau segment sur le marché des ordinateurs portables. Son design irréprochable, son poids modéré et sa finesse extrême en font un bon candidat pour la catégorie des ultraportables...
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tomshardware.de
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Lange hatte die Apple-Fangemeinde schon gemunkelt, dass Apple an einem Notebook arbeite, das dünner als das MacBook und das MacBook Pro sei. MacBook Thin oder Slim solle es heißen und dünner sein, als alles Vorherige. Als es dann auf den Markt kam, hi...
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computerbild.de
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Das „Apple MacBook Air“ ist sehr dünn, leise und leicht. Es hat ein hohes Arbeitstempo und für die Dunkelheit eine beleuchtete Tastatur. Problematisch sind die wenigen Anschlüssmöglichkeiten und der fehlende DVD-Brenner.
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netzwelt.de
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Achtung, Luft anhalten: Das MacBook Air ist bei netzwelt gelandet. Und es ist so dünn, dass man es einfach nicht glauben mag. Das schlanke und edle Notebook zieht in der ganzen Redaktion die Aufmerksamkeit auf sich. Aber punktet es auch auf den zweiten...
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focus.de
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Mit der Vorstellung des superflachen Notebooks Macbook Air sorgte Apple im Januar für Aufsehen: An der äußersten Kante ist es nur wenige Milimeter hoch, es sieht gut aus und ist relativ leicht.Doch wie fühlt sich das Gerät in der Praxis an? FOCUS-R...
Bottom line 20.02.08, 11:06 | | 2 KommentareArtikel merkenMein FOCUSdel.icio.usGoogle BookmarksMister WongYiGGwebnewsfacebookschließen Macbook Air: Apples Notebook-Flunder im VideocheckHightech-Blogger Matthias Matting vertritt IT-Expertin Nicola D. Schmidt...
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Chip.de
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Anfang des Jahres stellte Apple die Notebook-Welt mit dem spektakulären MacBook Air auf den Kopf. Denn selbst die schönsten hauseigenen Geräte boten bislang nicht ein derart elegantes Design und solche kompakten Abmessungen. Sind sich bis hierher noch...
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notebookcheck.it
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Vorreste possederlo? Il look del MacBook Air è dominato dal suo design ultra-sottile. Il fondo con le estremità più fini della parte centrale intensifica il design ultra-sottile. Fin dall'inizio ci è piaciuto il design bianco senza fronzoli. L'intero...
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hwupgrade.it
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
E' il 16 Gennaio 2008, il giorno di inaugurazione del MacWorld Expo di San Francisco, quando sotto lo slogan "c'è qualcosa nell'aria" Apple presenta al pubblico il proprio concetto di sistema ultraportatile, MacBook Air. Da lungo tempo gli utenti Mac h...
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itespresso.it
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
I MacBook Air sono arrivati in Italia appena 3 giorni dopo il MacWorld Expo di San Francisco e, proprio in occasione di un incontro dedicato alla stampa, abbiamo potuto dare una prima occhiata a quello che Apple propone come il notebook più sottile d...
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gamereactor.dk
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Lad mig starte med at erkende at jeg ikke er hjemmevant på Apples computere. Jeg er PC-bruger, og sådan bliver det nok ved med at være. Når det er sagt, erkender jeg gerne at Apples produkter har en særlig tiltrækningskraft, som selv en inkarneret PC-...
Good Lækkert design, lille og ultrabærbar, rent LIR...
Bad Prisen er ganske høj, der er sparet for meget på ind og udgange...
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mediamac.dk
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
I de sidste par dage har redaktionen været udstyret med Apples nye flade notebook, MacBook Air.
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computerworld.dk
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2014-01-19 06:49:47
Videoklippet af Apple-chefen Steve Jobs der på seneste Macworld hiver, ikke en kanin op af en hat, men den seneste MacBook op af en kuvert nåede frem til også de almindelige avisers websider. For der er tale om en god historie alle kan være med på: En...
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gamerwok.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
As I had mentioned in the How to Choose a Netbook article, my choice to fill the ultra-portable but low powered computing need was a MacBook Air. After having used the “thinnest laptop in the world” for four weeks, I’m happy to report that this is a gr...
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Howstuffworks.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Apple is good at redefining existing products, and with the MacBook Air, it has redefined thin-and-light laptop computers. Weighing in at just 3 pounds and measuring just a hair over .75 inches thick when closed, the Air is extremely thin and impressiv...
Good Very thin and light, good wireless connectivity...
Bad Expensive, no optical drive or wired connectivity...
Bottom line Apple is good at redefining existing products, and with the MacBook Air, it has redefined thin-and-light laptop computers. Weighing in at just 3 pounds and measuring just a hair over .75 inches thick when closed, the Air is extremely thin and impressi...
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maximumpc.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Without a doubt, this is one of the niftiest-looking laptops we’ve ever tested. At 3 pounds and just one inch thick, it’s slightly smaller than Toshiba’s R500 (reviewed November 2007). But while the R500 was a capable, fully-featured portable PC, the M...
Good Amazingly small; killer design; 802.11n support. Decentlypowered.
Bad Only one USB port; no mic, no PC Card, no modem, no Ethernet, no optical drive.
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about.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
The MacBook Air is the sub notebook of a road warriors dreams. Its thin, lightweight, and perhaps most important for those on the go, sturdy. In fact, if you add the SSD (Solid State Drive), the MacBook Air is nearly indestructible, at least from a d...
Good Thin is in, Lightweight (3 lbs.) is good, too, 13.3" display, Fullsize keyboard, Multitouch trackpad...
Bad Limited ports, No userreplaceable parts, including the battery, Small hard drive, Solid State hard drive option is expensive...
Bottom line The MacBook Air is the sub notebook of a road warriors dreams. Its thin, lightweight, and perhaps most important for those on the go, sturdy. In fact, if you add the SSD (Solid State Drive), the MacBook Air is nearly indestructible, at least from a d...
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pcquest.ciol.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Apple has a way of creating an aura about their products. And no one can deny the precise attention to detail in the design. The Air is just 0.16 inches thin at the edges and increases to 0.76 inches at the centre. Numbers just dont do it justice; it...
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ld2.ciol.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Everytime you use it, you'll be reminded of how cool it is by the admiring glances. But you'll also be reminded of the omissions. We used BootCamp and loaded Windows XP for our benchmarks. It managed 244 3D marks and the battery managed a runtime of 2 hours 45 minutes with...
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tbreak.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Apple certainly knows how to design a good looking product. I’ve been using the MacBook Air for a few days now and its the lightest, thinnest and possibly the best looking notebook I’ve ever used.Starting with the aesthetics, the MacBook Air is a sight...
Bottom line MacBook Air - MacBook Air By Abbas Jaffar Ali Published 30 May 2008 Notebooks/Desktop Systems , Apple Products Rating: Unrated Email Print Remove from Favorites Add to Favorites Remove from Articles to Read Add to Articles to Read Apple certainly k...
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ixbtlabs.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Specifications CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.6 GHz, 4 MB L2 Cache (optional: 1.8 GHz) FSB: 800 MHz HDD: 80 GB, 4200 rpm, Parallel ATA (optional: 64 GB SSD) RAM: 2 GB 667 MHz SDRAM Dimensions: 32.5 x 22.7 x 0.4-1.94 cm Weight: 1.36 kg History and prerequisite...
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gcn.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Another great thing about the MacBook Air is the built-in light sensor that activates to illuminate the keyboard in dim light. This well-designed feature is particularly helpful on night flights or during presentations when the overhead lights are off...
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fudzilla.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
Supplied by: IT Computers SarajevoApple and Microsoft have a lot in common, but one thing comes to mind first: everybody loves to hate them. On most tech sites youll find a myriad of puns and rants aimed at the fruit-themed cappuccino-drinking outfit...
Bottom line Lets start with the basics. The Air is the best looking MacBook ever, and as far as Im concerned, one of the best looking notebooks in general. Apple designed it with fashion-minded people in mind and it did a marvelous job. The good looks come at a...
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macworld.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:41
If the story of the MacBook Air is a story about compromise, the decision about whether the MacBook Air is a product worth having can be answered by one question: How much are you willing to compromise?The MacBook Air is the slowest Mac in...
Good Weighs three pounds; bright LED-backlit 13.3-inch screen; full-size keyboard.
Bad Slow processor; slow and small hard drive; limited configuration options; unswappable battery.
Bottom line If the story of the MacBook Air is a story about compromise, the decision about whether the MacBook Air is a product worth having can be answered by one question: How much are you willing to compromise?The MacBook Air is the slowest Mac in...
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barefeats.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
and ANALYSISAs you can see, though the MacBook Air costs more, it is way behind the MacBook Pro 2.6 in performance. I know its thinner and lighter but if you think the two are in any way close in performance, you are mistaken. Not only is the CPU in t...
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Digitaltrends.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Video Review: The Apple MacBook air is thin, light, and sleek. With a minimal amount of outputs, it may not be for everyone, but there is no denying its appeal.
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tuaw.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Its been almost two months now, and life is still almost perfect living and working with the MacBook Air. To recap, for those of you just joining us, in previous articles I told you my reasons for ordering a MacBook Air. Then, after having it for a fe...
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macobserver.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
So there you have it. I have to say that while there were some aspects of MacBook Air usage that gave me pause, none the above issues would have been a deal breaker for me. I love the size, the screen, the support for my 24-inch external display, t...
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techtree.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
The last time I wrote about the MacBook Air, Id just gotten back from the launch. But now Ive been using it for a while, so heres some perspective for all those awestruck by Apples slimmest notebook till date.
Good Great design, Light weight, Good battery life, Multi-touch Touchpad, Full-size Keyboard, Remote Disc.
Bad No optical drive, Limited connectivity options, a bit under powered, Sealed battery, Sleek design comes at the cost of certain necessities, Expensive.
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xbitlabs.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Apple Company managed to become quite successful in 2007. One of the most convincing arguments in favor of this statement is the fact that their sales volumes increased by 40% over the past year alone. It has evidently happened due to correct strategic...
Bottom line Although there has been a lot of discussion going on around MacBook Air, our verdict is quite certain. This notebook is beautiful, innovative, mobile and quite functional and hence is very appealing to users. We can definitely recommend it to many adva...
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crn.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
The MacBook Air is finally in our hands, but it didnt impress. Ever since Steve Jobs unveiled the MacBook Air at 2008 MacWorld Expo, Apples ultra-thin notebook has been on our to-review list. Test Center snagged a model for review as soon as New York...
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tech2.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Ever since news about the Macbook Air broke (and in typical Apple style left the world open-mouthed) we at Tech2.0 had been waiting eagerly to get our hands on it. Well, the wait is now over, so without further ado or pontification let’s head st...
Good Breaks new ground in design, Strong and sturdy build, Excellent keyboard...
Bad Sluggish system performance, Lack of connectivity options...
Bottom line Ever since news about the Macbook Air broke (and in typical Apple style left the world open-mouthed) we at Tech2.0 had been waiting eagerly to get our hands on it. Well, the wait is now over, so without further ado or pontification let’s head st...
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geardiary.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
When Apple introduced the MacBook Air is created quite a stir, a laptop that is incredibly thin without culling things you want like a fast CPU, big screen and good keyboard. A lot of people are saying that it is too big to be an ultra portable, but in...
Good Fantastic design, uncompromising screen and keyboard, very solid, light, excellent performance.
Bad SSD is very pricey, single USB port.
Bottom line When Apple introduced the MacBook Air is created quite a stir, a laptop that is incredibly thin without culling things you want like a fast CPU, big screen and good keyboard. A lot of people are saying that it is too big to be an ultra portable, but in...
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star-techcentral.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
This Air is not for everyone By CHONG JINN XIUNG IT IS obvious that Apple’s latest ultraportable is aimed at mobile users who have a disdain for heavy notebook computers bristling with buttons, LEDs and ports. Here is a seemingly paper-thin device i...
Good Ultra slim lightweight design; large, bright LED screen; multitouch gesture trackpad; looks really great; high coolness factor.
Bad No builtin optical drive; Remote Disc has limitations; limited number of external ports.
Bottom line The Air isn’t for everyone. As a portable computer, it excels in many areas that others can’t – such as having a large screen, full-sized keyboard and decent processing power – while staying ultra lightweight. But the exclusion of...
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hardwaregeeks.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Apple’s approach to enter the sub-notebook market, the Macbook Air, is a great competitor to existing products. I am lucky enough to have one to play with this weekend, and even to use one to write my first HWG blog post. Let’s start with the...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
The Airs looks cant be denied, but its performance and expandability are whole other matters.
Good Sleek, sexy, spartan design, Fantastic keyboard...
Bad So slim, theres little room for inputs, Poor battery life...
Bottom line The Airs looks cant be denied, but its performance and expandability are whole other matters.
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Digitaltrends.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
If there was ever a product that needs no introduction, its the MacBook Air. It represents Apples concept of a truly next-gen notebook both in terms of what it has, and what it does not have. Of course, its also super-thin, and brings new meaning to...
Good Amazingly light, Snappy performance, Lots of neat features...
Bad Non-removable battery, Few expansion options, Remote Disc is flaky...
Bottom line There are always numerous factors to take into consideration when evaluating a laptop, but the problem with the Air is that it introduces several intangible factors that we have never encountered when reviewing PCs. Like other Apple products such as th...
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computershopper.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Whether or not its truly the "worlds thinnest notebook," the Apple MacBook Air is certainly a sight to behold and to, well, hold. Pictures and TV commercials—where the Air emerges from a brown document envelope—dont really do Apples firs...
Good Amazingly thin aluminum case packs a 13.3-inch LED screen and full-size keyboard; extra-large TrackPad recognizes multi-touch gestures; Remote Disc function lets you access other optical drives; decent performance, battery life for an ultraportable...
Bad Cant use Remote Disc to stream music, movies; only one USB port; lacks Ethernet jack, media card reader, optical drive; no option for WWAN radio; few upgrade options; battery is not user-replaceable...
Bottom line The thinnest ultraportable on the market, Apples MacBook Air will win many over with its gorgeous design. But its feature set wont satisfy every road warrior...
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notebookcheck.net
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Want to possess it? Todays thinnest notebook is small enough to fit into an envelope and pleases by its decent design and the high-quality materials used. This review describes, whether this bundle is able to convince despite its minimum interface equ...
Good Exemplary design, Highquality workmanship, Very good display, Very good fullsize keyboard, Size...
Bad Poorly equipped with interfaces, Battery and memory cannot be exchanged by user...
Bottom line The MacBook Air is fascinating. We especially liked the excellent workmanship, the high-quality materials used, its robustness, its low weight, and of course, its compact size (especially the slimness). Such a brilliant 13.3" display and such very good in...
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tbreak.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Apple certainly knows how to design a good looking product. Ive been using the MacBook Air for a few days now and I must say that its the lightest, thinnest and possibly the best looking notebook Ive ever used. That doesnt necessarily make it the be...
Bottom line With its integrated graphics, the 4200RPM hard drive and a 1.6GHz dual core CPU, the MacBook Air certainly isnt a speed demon. Heavy duty applications dont like the MacBook Air so if one of your primary usages of a computer is to process data such as...
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macnews.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
I spent this past weekend with my Mom as she celebrated her 80th birthday (we Sellers have good genes, so you may be stuck with Yours Truly covering the Apple industry for another 30 or so years). I used the MacBook Air fairly extensively over the...
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electronicsme.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Apple once again has delivered a new product that really emphasizes one of their trademark phrases "Think Different". The Apple MacBook Air MB003LL/A weighs in at 3.0lbs (1.36kg) with a 13.3-inch (diagonal) glossy TFT LED backlit widescreen, 2GB of RAM...
Bottom line Apple has delivered a unique product that will appeal to some. I believe the legacy of this product (MacBook Air MB003LL/A) will be that Apple continues to push the envelope by thinking outside the box. ProsSize and Weight is incredible Design is "Sexy...
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laptoplogic.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Thin is in, but does the MacBook Air have what it takes to compete in the crowded ultraportable category? Read on to find out!...
Good Incredibly thin and light, Incredibly sexy, Multitouch trackpad, Multifinger scrolling for web browsing, Illuminated keyboard, Gorgeous widescreen screen, Impeccable build quality...
Bad Incredibly expensive, External optical drive is an optional purchase, Only 1 USB port doesnt fit all devices, No additional ports nor expandiblility, Soso battery life, Soso performance slower than MacBook, No stereo sound (mono speaker), Large for a...
Bottom line So is the MacBook Air worth the hype? Sure, the super thin profile is very unique and eye catching, but once the eye candy wears off you aren’t left with much. If you are purely out on the go, perhaps with a desktop to handle connectivity and storag...
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maclife.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
For such a thin laptop, the MacBook Air feels sturdy and durable. You really have to pick it up to appreciate it. It’s possible that the MacBook Air is too good-looking—the laptop equivalent of a smokin’ hot chick. Yes, it’s gorg...
Good Gorgeous design, Multi-touch trackpad, bright LED-backlit screen, backlit keyboard. Remote Disc even lets you boot from the installer disc.
Bad Disappointing battery life; small hard drive; lack of optical drive, FireWire, and builtin Ethernet limits its usefulness for many.
Bottom line For some people, the Air will be worth it. Bloggers, for example, who use Wi-Fi and don’t need to encode video or deal with huge image files, will love this svelte wonder. For a highly portable Web-surfing and productivity Mac, it rules. We’re...
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justanothermobilemonday.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
I have been using my MacBook Air for more than two and a half weeks now and that is more than enough time for me to be able to share a few thoughts. The Air is far from perfect but overall I am incredibly happy with it. The best comparison to my initi...
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electronista.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
After posting my initial first impressions of Apple's new MacBook Air, I put this notebook through two weeks of use to getter a better sense of its capabilities and limitations. The review model tested was Apples entry level MacBook Air equipped with...
Good Stylish and lightweight form factor Full sized, backlit keyboard & multigesture trackpad Extremely bright, sharp 13" LED display Above average battery life Accessories available to supplement functionality...
Bad No internal optical drive Limited port connectivity No internal hard drive or memory expansion options Battery not user replaceable Slower processor...
Bottom line One central question is whether or not the MacBook Air can function as one’s sole, stand-alone computer. Most of the Air’s limitations can be overcome with accessories, albeit it at additional cost. Adapters and USB hubs can expand the Air’s connectiv...
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v3.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
A remarkable moment occurred when Apple unveiled the Macbook Air at a press conference back in January. The hushed exclamation that went around the room – and around the world on web-casts and in reverent news reports – was worth millions of dollars to...
Good One of the slimmest, most portable laptops we’ve ever seen...
Bad Expensive, Limited connectivity, Battery can’t be replaced...
Bottom line It’s not perfect, but if portability is your main requirement then the Macbook Air fits the bill admirably...
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anandtech.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Understanding the Ultra Portable Before we get anywhere in this review, we have to have the talk. A friend of mine likes to call this talk a DTR, or Defining the Relationship. Usually with her it refers to something romantic but with the MacBook Air th...
Bottom line I started this review by defining the expectations of a notebook like the MacBook Air. The problem is that Apples mainstream popularity has made a device like the MacBook Air, which would normally be targeted at a very small niche, appeal to a much w...
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siliconrepublic.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
My mother always told me it’s the little things in life that count. She probably didn’t mean to extend this to one of the lightest and slimmest laptops on the market but when I set eyes on the MacBook Air I knew she was right. Apple’s Ma...
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macintouch.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
In his Macworld Expo 2008 keynote address, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the latest Apple laptop: MacBook Air. Stunningly thin and lighter than any Apple laptop ever made, yet missing ports and expandability expected of laptops, the MacBook Air h...
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infoworld.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Theres really nothing like the MacBook Air on the market today. It’s ultrathin, ultralight, and ultrasmall, yet provides solid performance and usability. There are sacrifices, to be sure, such as the single USB port and the lack of an internal optic...
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anandtech.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
When Steve Jobs announced that the MacBook Air would have a 5 hour battery life, I laughed. Short of Apple sticking a hydrogen fuel cell in the Air there was simply no way you were going to get 5 hours out of this thing under any sort of heavy usage. W...
Bottom line When Steve Jobs announced that the MacBook Air would have a 5 hour battery life, I laughed. Short of Apple sticking a hydrogen fuel cell in the Air there was simply no way you were going to get 5 hours out of this thing under any sort of heavy usage. W...
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techreviewsource.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Apple's latest notebook, the , is the latest and perhaps the greatest ultraportable notebook on the market. It has been much anticipated and now since its unveiling at MacWorld 2008 it has been talked about all over the Internet. It is amazingly t...
Good Very thin and lightweight, Visually stunning display, New multitouch trackpad...
Bad Extreme lack of connectivity, Slower hard drive/CPU, No userreplaceable battery...
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tuaw.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
As you probably know, Im one of the people who, upon first opportunity after the Macworld Keynote ended a few weeks ago, exited the hall into the lobby of Moscone West and immediately ordered a MacBook Air -- the 1.6 Ghz version with the 80GB hard dri...
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arstechnica.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
What does $1,300 extra really get you?But how does it feel? No spin: Ars reviews the MacBook Air with solid state drive By Jacqui Cheng | Published: February 05, 2008 - 11:56PM CT What does $1,300 extra really get you? The MacBook Air is nice, but as w...
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notebookreview.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Apples latest notebook, the MacBook Air, is being hailed as the worlds thinnest.
Good Works out of the box with Windows Vista (even if it does have a few hiccups), Thin and lightweight design that manages to stay incredibly strong, Battery life claims are not far off from being accurate...
Bad Belches out heat like nobodys business, No replaceable battery, Slow charging speeds, Almost no ports...
Bottom line Apple is pushing the envelope (cough cough) with the MacBook Air ... in various ways that some people will love and others will hate. On one hand they offer a super thin, lightweight design, but on the other they take away ports and give you a permanen...
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barefeats.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Updated on February 6th, 2008, with "Seduced by the Air Side." We ordered the MacBook Air with the Solid State Disk. Then after reflection, we cancelled the order. Why? Because I decided it was lacking what power users (like me) crave in a laptop. Let...
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arstechnica.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Does the reality ever live up to the hype?One of these things is not like the otherWhere the MacBook meets the AirLurches and false startsBenchmarks schmenchmarksWe did not run it over with a carThe biggest iPod of all Thin is in: Ars Technica reviews...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
When a new notebook model or line comes out, it rarely raises a cacophony of debates between lovers, haters, pundits and grandmas. Such is Apples ability to engage the emotions. For the January 2008 MacWorld trade show in San Francisco, Steve Jobs an...
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appleinsider.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
Prior to completing our look at the MacBook Air, we asked readers to contribute questions and concerns about the new model in "Whats wrong with the MacBook Air?" The response was overwhelming, and helps underscore the fact that the Air has captured t...
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slashgear.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
They’re calling it the iPod of laptops - Apple’s board-sweeping answer to Sony, Dell and all the others who’ve been proudly strutting their ultraportables. It was enough to send David Pogue into paroxysms of delight, whinnying about &ldq...
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Laptopmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
Although it makes some trade-offs to achieve its amazingly thin profile, the MacBook Air outclasses other ultraportables in terms of ergonomic comfort, display size, and performance.
Good Wonderfully slim design, Full-size keyboard and touchpad, Brilliant display, Good productivity performance...
Bad Single USB port that doesn’t accommodate some peripherals, Shorter-than-expected battery life, Mediocre Wi-Fi range...
Bottom line When you weigh the compromises against what the MacBook Air offers, there are some good reasons to think twice and to wait for some of these innovations to grace the next iteration of the MacBook Air. But that’s reason talking. Our visceral reaction...
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notebookreview.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
For those of you who have been living in a cave for the last month, the MacBook Air is Apples newest 13.3" ultra-thin notebook offering cutting edge design in a remarkably thin package.
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Geek.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
We learned all about the MacBook Air just a few days ago, but a few people have been playing with the device at least that long. Today three major publications, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and USA Today posted their Air reviews. The testing was...
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allthingsd.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
Apple finally has entered the subnotebook market, introducing a lightweight laptop meant to please road warriors. But, typical of Apple, the company took a different approach from its competitors. The result is a beautiful, amazingly thin computer, but...
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gizmodo.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
The MacBook Air is driving me insane. I want it like no other hardware. It's thin, yea, ok, we know this. And many power users have been bitching for more: 3G, bigger storage, more USB ports, and an internal drive. If you feel that way, this computer...
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consumerelectronicsnet.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
As I entered the Macworld Expo last week I was awestruck. In front of me was a tremendous display blaring Thinnovation. The crowd gathered with jaws dropped. It was the new Macbook Air, Apple’s new ultra thin, ultra light weight computer. I have to sa...
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tomsguide.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
The latest version of FileMaker’s venerable database adds Leopard compatibility. But the interface is the same as it has been for years and while FileMaker is one of the simplest databases on any platform, that’s only simple compared to other database...
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stuff.tv
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Video review: Beautiful, built to last and blisteringly fast, but too expensive considering the lack of connections and its rivals ever-growing features lists...
Good Solid case and screen. Stunning interface and design. Touchpad controls make web browsing a joy...
Bad Sorely lacking connectivity compared to similarly-sized ultraportables...
Bottom line Beautiful, built to last and blisteringly fast, but too expensive considering the lack of connections and its rivals ever-growing features lists...
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pcmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
Browsing through Apples growing list of products, youll find theres no shortage of lightweight, powerful laptops that rival, and to some extent surpass, many of their Windows counterparts. For instance, there are the MacBook Pro 17-inch and 15-inc...
Good Thinnest laptop on the market. Simply gorgeous. Amazing 13-inch display on a 3-pound chassis. Full-size keyboard. Doesnt load ultra-low-voltage processors. Eco-friendly. Gesture-enabled touchpad. Reasonable prices.
Bad Only one USB port, three ports total. No ExpressCard or card-reader option. Battery is not user upgradable. Productivity may take a hit with only 3 hours of battery life running Vista.
Bottom line The MacBook Air is officially the thinnest laptop, and the lightest of those with a 13-inch screen. But there were compromises that had to be made...
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infosyncworld.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
The Macbook Air is the thinnest laptop on the market, but did Apple sacrifice too much in the sleek ultraportable? Philip Berne has impressions live from Macworld.
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paulstamatiou.com
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2011-07-30 09:26:46
I’ve had my MacBook Air for 15 days now. It has been serving as my primary computer and I have used it to do everything I usually do with my MacBook Pro. I’ll cover how it has stacked up to the MBP in this review in addition to how the MacBook...
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toptenreviews.com
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2012-05-04 01:31:38
It may be surprising to see that the MacBook Air isn't at the top of our list, since it basically paved the way for ultrathin notebooks. Its big feature is the high-resolution display, which is second to none. However, it's not officially classifie...
Good The discrete graphics card has its own video memory and makes this a great gaming ultrabook...
Bad Gigabyte's customer support is unresponsive to emails and phone calls...
Bottom line The Gigabyte U2442N is one of the few ultrabooks that offer you a discrete graphics card with its own memory, which is perfect if you are a gamer on the go. This ultrabook's four USB ports, HDMI port and Thunderbolt port make it easy to add many periphera...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
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2014-01-19 06:49:47
What happens when one of the most prolific and enigmatic icons in the tech industry pulls a notebook out of a standard office envelope? Ruckus ensues, time stands still and hell freezes over...well, maybe not, but it was something to behold nonetheless...
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pcforalla.idg.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Slimmade Macbook Air saknar portarAntingen hatar du den eller så älskar du den. Det är svårt att hitta människor som är liknöjda inför Apple Macbook Air.Den har fått stor uppmärksamhet för att den är tunnast (nåja) och för att den knappt har några kon...
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prylportalen.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:42
Formgivningen av Macbook Air har mest gemensamt med Apples lite dyrare bärbara Macbook Pro med sitt aluminiumchassi och det syns även på Airs prislapp. Det är en prestigemodell. Det bakgrundsbelysta tangentbordet gör det lite...
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smartson.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
För den som är efter det läckraste och smidigaste bärbara datorn så är Apple Macbook Air nästan ett måste, men den som värdesätter anslutningsmöjligheter och lång drifttid gör bäs...
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macworld.idg.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Allra första intrycket: vad robust den är! Så smal och lätt, men ändå ett så gediget konstruerat stycke metall! Alla som får hålla i den säger samma sak. Macbook Air andas kvalitet och elegans. Styrplattans storlek brukar ge kommentarer av typen ”Är d...
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M3.idg.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
M3 lägger beslag på och testar Apples senaste bärbara; Macbook Air. Enligt Apple själva är Macbook Air världens tunnaste och kanske mest barskrapade dator hittills. Debattforum på internet går heta om huruvida Macbook Air är stilnördarnas frälsning el...
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datormagazin.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Enligt Apple är Macbook Air en kompromisslös ultraportabel persondator och på sätt och vis är det helt sant för datorn mäter mindre än 20 millimeter på sin tjockaste punkt. Inte ens Sony argumenterar emot att Apple hävdar att Macbook Air är den tunnast...
Good Elegant ultraportabel design, superb konstruktionskvalitet...
Bad Batteriet går inte att byta ut, ingen CD/DVD-enhet, relativt lågpresterande processor...
Bottom line Den som vill ha en extremt elegant och ultraportabel persondator på bekostnad av begränsade prestanda...
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computersweden.idg.se
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2011-07-30 09:26:45
Apple har ännu inte låtit några oberoende testare hårdgranska nya Macbook Air. Det hindrar inte oss som ändå som hastigast fått klämma på den från att ha en åsikt. CS har tagit hjälp av amerikanska systertidningen Computerworlds expert Ryan Fa...
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cw.no
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2011-07-30 09:26:43
Det er lenge siden en datamaskin har fått like mye oppmerksomhet som Macbook Air fikk da den ble lansert like over nyttår. Selv om Steve Jobs til tider tok litt hardt i under lanseringen, er det ikke til å se bort fra at han faktisk hadde et par gyldig...
Bottom line Designmessig er det lite å utsette på Macbook Air. Den ser lekker ut, den er lett, og den er sjokkerende tynn. Det er bare et elementer som har vist seg å virke litt lite gjennomtenkt. For selv om det meste er fryd og gammen med Air, er det et par ele...
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Lydogbilde.no
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2011-07-30 09:26:44
MacBook Air bærbar datamaskin1,6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo prosessorIntel GMA X3100 grafikkprosessor80 GB PATA harddisk 4200 rpm2 GB minne (fast)13,3” skjerm, 1280 x 800 punkter1,36 kg32,5 x 22,7 x 1,94/0,4 cmPris 14.290 kroner Er Apples MacB...
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pcquest.com
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2016-11-26 21:17:48
Apple has a way of creating an aura about their products. And no one can deny the precise attention to detail in the design. The Air is just 0.16 inches thin at the edges and increases to 0.76 inches at the centre. Numbers just dont do it justice; it...
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ld2.ciol.com
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2016-11-26 21:17:48
Everytime you use it, you'll be reminded of how cool it is by the admiring glances. But you'll also be reminded of the omissions. We used BootCamp and loaded Windows XP for our benchmarks. It managed 244 3D marks and the battery managed a runtime of 2 hours 45 minutes with...
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techtree.com
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2016-11-26 21:17:48
The last time I wrote about the MacBook Air, Id just gotten back from the launch. But now Ive been using it for a while, so heres some perspective for all those awestruck by Apples slimmest notebook till date.
Good Great design, Light weight, Good battery life, Multi-touch Touchpad, Full-size Keyboard, Remote Disc.
Bad No optical drive, Limited connectivity options, a bit under powered, Sealed battery, Sleek design comes at the cost of certain necessities, Expensive.
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firstpost.com
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2016-11-26 21:17:48
Ever since news about the Macbook Air broke (and in typical Apple style left the world open-mouthed) we at Tech2.0 had been waiting eagerly to get our hands on it. Well, the wait is now over, so without further ado or pontification let’s head st...
Good Breaks new ground in design, Strong and sturdy build, Excellent keyboard...
Bad Sluggish system performance, Lack of connectivity options...
Bottom line Ever since news about the Macbook Air broke (and in typical Apple style left the world open-mouthed) we at Tech2.0 had been waiting eagerly to get our hands on it. Well, the wait is now over, so without further ado or pontification let’s head st...
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