The Apple MacBook Air 11-inch MC968LL/A is an 11.6-inch laptop with an LCD resolution of 1366 x 768. It has 2GB of memory and a 64GB hard drive. It has an Intel Core i5 1.6GHz processor and Intel HD Graphics 3000 video adapter but no dedicated video memory, so it’s not well suited for high-performance video gaming. But it lacks an optical drive for burning CDs or DVDs. It comes with Mac OS X Lion pre-installed.

The MacBook Air 11-inch MC968LL/A has a multitouch touchpad, and 2 USB ports. It supports Wi-Fi 802.11n, so it’s compatible with the latest high-speed routers.

The MacBook Air 11-inch MC968LL/A measures 11.8 inches wide by 0.8 inches high by 7.5 inches deep and it weighs 2.5lbs. It’s backed by a 12 month warranty, with 3 months of tech support.

3 thoughts on “Apple MacBook Air MC968LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop (OLD VERSION)

  1. Glenn R. Howes says:

    Fast and Portable / 2GB RAM and 64 GB Might Be Too Low I’ve been waiting for a new computer for my wife, something that she can use both as her desktop computer attached to a monitor, mouse and keyboard and still take along on business trips around the world. Ideally, something she could throw in her big purse and go. The previous edition of the MacBook Air was close, but too compromised in terms of processor speed. The Air is perfect for her.At this writing, Amazon is selling two versions of the 11.6 inch MacBook Air, an i5 model with 2GB of RAM and 64 GB of SSD storage, and an . You can order elsewhere a third model with an i7 processor, 4GB of RAM and 256 GB of SSD storage–the i7 is the low voltage 2 core version. This review aims at helping the consumer decide if a MacBook Air is the computer for them, and if so, which one. Short answer is the i5/4GB/128GB model is probably the sweet spot of the lineup, but…

  2. E. Kim says:

    Beautiful, Mobile, and Fast INTRODUCTIONI had considered buying the previous generation MacBook Air (pre July 2011) but just couldn’t quite force myself to spend the money on machine that still used Intel’s Core 2 Duo CPUs (despite the fact that the older Airs were still actually quite speedy). Apple was using the then newer generation Core i5/i7 CPUs on their other computers.So when Apple updated their Airs with Intel’s significantly faster Sandy Bridge i5/i7 CPUs, I became interested again. But, which size would be best for me?11″ VERSUS 13″I’ve been struggling over this decision on which size 2011 MBA would be better. It’s the usual dilemma with the 13″ boasting pretty much better specs and battery life than the 11″. Then I thought, well, the 13″ is ONLY 2″ larger diagonally, and ONLY weighs a “little” more (and ONLY costs a “little” more).But the reality (for me) is that for a truly mobile device, like an iPad, only the MBA 11″ has a shot at being mobile. The…

  3. Y. Zhou says:

    lion’s air hi therei am not going to go into a deep review, as there are already a lot of reviews out there covering the same things. but I will talk about special things that other reviews may not have covered. I personally have owned the 2010 11″ and 13″ airs, and I currently own the 2011 macbook pro 15″ and 2011 11″ air. the 15″ is about 2x the processing power as the air (according to geekbench), but it lacks an SSD for faster daily tasks.– on Engadget, they recently covered that the 11″ air has a faster SSD than the 13″ ones. not a difference you’ll notice but still a nice excuse to purchase a smaller one 🙂 (it was something like 240mbps vs 180mbps estimated)– the battery life on the 11″ is actually down from the previous generation by about 30 minutes on battery saving settings. Last gen can get about 7 hours, this one is just over 6 (about 25% brightness, web browsing only). Also, air’s battery life plummets if it does moderate to heavy processing…

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