Apple MacBook Air MC506LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop (OLD VERSION)

July 5, 2016 - Comment

MacBook Air, the most mobile Mac in every way, shape, and form. It features all-flash storage, a Multi-Touch trackpad, a long-lasting battery, a high-resolution display, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and NVIDIA graphics. All inside a unibody enclosure that’s light, thin, and strong enough to handle all your everyday tasks and then some, whether

MacBook Air, the most mobile Mac in every way, shape, and form. It features all-flash storage, a Multi-Touch trackpad, a long-lasting battery, a high-resolution display, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and NVIDIA graphics. All inside a unibody enclosure that’s light, thin, and strong enough to handle all your everyday tasks and then some, whether you’re on the couch, in a lecture hall, or at a conference. It’s mobility mastered. Optional external USB MacBook Air SuperDrive (sold separately) 11.6-inch (diagonal) high-resolution LED-backlit glossy widescreen display (1366 x 678) FaceTime Camera and internal Omnidirectional microphone NVIDIA GeForce 320M with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory (Dual display and video mirroring) AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi Wireless (802.11a/b/g/n) Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR Apple USB Ethernet Adapter (sold separately) Full-size keyboard Multi-Touch trackpad for precise cursor control Stereo Speakers Ports – USB 2.0, Headphone Mini Jack, Mini DisplayPort, MagSafe Power Port Unit Dimensions – 11.8 (W) x 0.11-0.68 (H) x 7.56 (D) inches Unit Weight – 2.3 pounds

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Giuseppe C. says:

Dream Machine I’ve gone through more Apple computers–desktop, laptop, Power Macbooks, iBooks, iPads–since 1990 than I care to count. Out of all of them my favorite was easily the previous Macbook Air (the flash memory model). Forget about the specs. Once you get your hands on one of these, the specs on paper mean nothing. Suddenly every other Mac product seems clunky, overly hot and heavy. The Air is the only model I want to use, and actually do use–day after day. And in no time at all I discover how little use I actually make of a built-in CD/DVD drive or an extra USB port. (Granted, there are times you’ll want to insert or burn a disc. I’ve had better success with $40 non-Apple external drives–currently, a Samsung–than with the Superdrive that Apple makes available for the Air at twice that price. Discs have a tendency to get stuck, and Apple leaves you no provision for mechanically ejecting a jammed disc.) As for a single USB port, a seven-buck 4-port Belkin hub solved that…

Jiang Chao says:

The Best Slim yet Powerful Laptop on the Market I just got my MacBook Air 11″ on the second day it was launched, although I was not aware Amazon carries the same product, I went to Apple Store to purchase mine.First of all, the 2nd generation Air is as slim as the previous one, and with the addition of new 11″ model, it takes the slimness to next level. You will be stunned by just looking at its profile in person.Secondly, the biggest differences you will notice at once are the screen is very crisp, even at the 11″ model I bought, it can view significant size of the web pages and documents with no problem at all; also it got two USB slots, thanks Apple, they finally get it right; 13″ weights as identical as the previous one, but 11″ is less about half pound, not that much on the paper but you will immediately notice it when you actually hold it yourself.Thirdly, speed of processor, to be honest and frank, since I have been using two generations of Macbook Pro, I was initially worried about the…

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