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

3 thoughts on “Apple MacBook Air MC505LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop (OLD VERSION)

  1. Steve H says:

    Entry Level Air – Great Extra Mac I have a somewhat interesting take on the 11.6-inch MacBook Air. I chose the 13-inch model for myself, but my father who is always on the go for business, chose this 11.6-inch model. He wanted the extra portability, and I wanted the extra performance of the larger machine.Visually, the machines look different. My 13-inch model does not look significantly different from the front or rear compared to a full featured MacBook Pro. In other words, on the 13-inch model, which I love, the footprint of the device is basically the same as a 13-inch MacBook Pro. The difference is the slim side profile, and the two missing pounds.This 11-inch model is not only light and thin, but has a smaller footprint too. It is striking to see. It looks small, and it’s gorgeous. I do have some envy for the portability of this model compared to my own, which is light, but yet takes up just as much space so to say as a MacBook Pro.The drawbacks to this model and the…

  2. Mindcrime says:

    Fantastic travel notebook I have a MacBook Pro 15 inch and love it for every day home use. But, I sometimes travel overseas and to lug the 15 inch all over due to size and weight is not ideal. Currently I have a Samsung NC10 Netbook with Windows XP, 2gb ram, 160gb hard drive and use that for travel. I like the netbook for travel as it is small and light and has built in camera for Skype when traveling. Overall, not a bad device except for one thing… is slow!!! Even after upgrading to 2gb ram on the netbook it is just plain slow and sometimes moving around is painful and frustrating. But, it was the best choice until now. I checked out the new MacBook Air and it is a thing of beauty, so I picked one up. I like the slightly larger screen size then the netbook, which at times seemed too small. I also like the larger keyboard on the Air compared to the netbook. But what I like most is the speed. With the core 2 dual core processor and flash storage, the Air is quick. I never feel frustrated. The Air is also…

  3. DocDenver says:

    FANTASTIC!! Pushing the Envelope of Personal Computing I hesitated a lot to buy this thing, costing as much as it does.I finally did, and LOVE it.I have been using PCs for years. Have a PC at work, figured I’d just do the same at home.Bought a netbook – price was great – but the screen was small and it just never was easy to use. Gave it to my neice.Bought a 17″ laptop with Vista – I actually thought Vista was OK, and I loved being able to make the screen resolution larger – so it was very easy on my 52 year old eyes. But the thing was HEAVY. So big and bulky I would often leave it home when going on a trip. Also got real tired of having to run anti-virus software (and pay for it), and having glitches regularly with various types of software – adobe, the sync programs, etc. In addition, if I was in bed and wanted to check something real quick, it took 30 seconds or so to boot up, and then had a glitch where the screen wouldn’t turn on, so I’d have to put it to sleep and wake it up again.I…

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