The best notebook out there (according to many) just got better; they’re faster, stronger, sleeker, lighter, and can cook an omelet for you. Alright, the omelet part is an exaggeration but the rest is true.
These latest editions of MacBook Air’s prove that Apple is seeking to make the Air the “go-to” notebook for a wider range of users, not just those looking for something super-portable. The Air has long been the preferred choice for frequent travelers, but now that the inside of it has been charged up with a more powerful processor, faster Wi-Fi chips, and the best battery around, the Air now provides all the power of a laptop or desktop computer, in a very mobile package.
Here what’s new about them:
Up to 12 hours of battery life between charges
30 days of standby battery time
4th generation Intel Core processors
Intel HD Graphics 5000
802.11ac Wi-Fi support
So, what do these new features mean?
The increased battery life lets you watch up to 10 hours of continuous iTunes movie playback.
The 30 days of standby time allows you to set your notebook down for weeks and pick up right where you left off.
The processors can handle any task and are noticeably ultrafast.
Upgraded graphics capabilities deliver twice the 3-D performance at a 45 percent faster rate.
The latest in Wi-Fi support is 3x faster than the previous generation with expanded range.
The Flash storage is now up to 45 percent faster than the previous generation.
Where’s the best place to buy one?
It doesn’t take much checking to find out that MacMall consistently has the lowest prices on all things Mac, all the time. As the following comparison chart shows, this certainly applies to these latest MacBook Air’s as well, in whatever configuration you’re looking for.
Plus, when you plug in a promo code, the savings you’ll get from MacMall becomes even greater. With the way Apple has piled on the upgrades to this generation of MacBook Air’s, looking towards the future, can the previously mentioned ability to cook an omelet really be far off? Let’s all cross all fingers.
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