Review of Apple 13.3″ MacBook Air 128GB SSD #MQD32LL/A Starter Bundle
Thin. Light. Powerful. And ready for anything.
Apple's 13-inch MacBook Air now comes with much faster storage, better battery life and slightly improved performance in other areas. On the other hand, its display and design are beyond dated.
The MacBook Air may not be a flagship notebook, but this 13-inch ultraportable is still a pretty good value.
Who doesn’t know about Apple company? Their products are popular worldwide and they are always true to their long lifespan.
That is if you want to invest in your gadgets and choose Apple! Although their price is a tad higher compared to the competing brands, still many consumers choose to buy their products, because they love the experince and brand.
Among their laptop products, the MacBook Air is simply the popular choice and they keep on upgrading to match the latest trends.
The new Apple MacBook Air 13.3″ 2017 model has fifth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors with Intel HD Graphics 6000 are up to it. From editing photos to browsing the web, everything happens ultrafast. And all that power is encased in an incredibly thin 1.7-centimeter unibody design that weighs only 1.35 kilos. MacBook Air lasts up to an incredible 12 hours between charges. So from your morning coffee until your evening commute, you can work unplugged. When it’s time to kick back and relax, you can get up to 12 hours of iTunes movie playback. And with up to 30 days of standby time, you can go away for weeks and pick up right where you left off.
Instantly connect to an 802.11ac base station — including AirPort Extreme or AirPort Time Capsule — and experience wireless performance up to 3x faster than the previous Wi-Fi generation. 802.11ac also delivers expanded range, so you can work more freely than ever. The SSD storage in MacBook Air is up to 17x faster than a 5400-rpm notebook hard drive. So everything you do is snappy and responsive. MacBook Air even wakes up fast, thanks to SSD storage and fifth-generation Intel Core processors.