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If you need a notebook that delivers the slim dimensions of a netbook with the processing power and performance rivaling a full-sized notebook (or even a low-end desktop), then the MacBook Air is for you. Thanks to its 128GB flash drive it’s able to deliver a blazing start-up time, long-lasting battery and incredibly thin and light body design.
- All-day battery
- Fourth-generation Intel processors and graphics
- Fast all-flash storage. Up to 512GB
- Powerful apps for creativity and productivity
- High-resolution 1440 x 900 on LED backlit display
- Quick Startup
- Light and easy to carry
Macbook Air Features
Because of the lack of moving parts, flash drives consume less battery power and boot up faster (much faster) than notebooks with hard drives. When you hit the power button on the MacBook Air it springs to life almost instantly (just about) - no interminable wait while your operating system loads.
Through its high-resolution of 1440 x 900 on an LED backlit display so you can enjoy HD videos or view photos in stunning detail. The MacBook Air has a full-sized notebook keyboard with a multi-touch trackpad that supports up to 10 gestures. Inside, the MacBook Air is driven by a dual-core Intel Core 2 duo processor with 2GB of RAM. Graphics are handled via a nVIDIA GeForce 320m processor that pulls up to 256MB worth of shared RAM from the MacBook Air.
The MacBook Air sports 802.11n for wireless networking plus built-in Bluetooth for attaching a headset of wireless headphones when streaming your iTunes. There are built-in stereo speakers as well, though you shouldn’t expect the sound to fill a room. You’ll also find a built-in Web cam so you can conduct video chats over FaceTime or Skype and an SD card slot for transferring digital files from portable devices and cameras. There are a pair of USB ports too.