From your morning coffee till your evening commute, you can work unplugged. When it’s time to kick back and relax, you can get long hours of iTunes movie playback. And with long standby time, you can go away for weeks and pick up right where you left off. Whatever the task, the fifth-generation Intel Core i5 processor with Intel HD graphics are up to it. From editing photos to browsing the web, everything happens ultrafast. And all that power is encased in an Incredibly thin Unibody design. With the latest 802.11Ac technology, MacBook Air takes Wi-Fi speeds over the top. Connect to an 802.11Ac base station – including airport extreme or airport time capsule – and experience wireless performance up to 3x faster than the previous Wi-Fi generation. 802.11Ac also delivers expanded range, so you can work more freely than ever.

3 thoughts on “Apple MacBook Air MJVG2LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (256 GB) OLD VERSION

  1. Gold Fish Lung says:

    The Bezels are not that big, really. I am currently using the 2015 MBA as my primary computer except for playing games. This is my first Mac.Design:I’ve looked at a few premium laptop options out there. No one else makes a laptop with this much attention to detail, I am sorry but I don’t care what Ars Technica says about the design being outdated. Sure, the Dell XPS 13 has a slim bezzel, but how long can you brag amount a slim bezel? Slim bezels will not attribute to the laptop’s resale value.Performance:With 4gb of ram, I am happily editing photos in Photoshop with no issue. Watching movies, browsing Reddit, everything works well. I don’t feel any stuttering or lag. For the average user, this thing is plenty fast.Screen:Lots of people are saying the screen is TERRIBLE… compared to MBP’s Retina, or Dell’s QHD IPS display. Well no sh*t, on a spec sheet, it is certainly terrible compared to those displays. But in real life, it is a good display that is bright…

  2. The Geek says:

    A beautiful expensive machine I have had my macbook air for almost a month now and all I have to say is that I love it. I feel like I am ready to give my review on it. I will explain what I like about it, what makes this computer better then others and wether or not I think its worth to buy and who this laptop is for.Performance1. MemoryI have bought my macbook air with 8 GB ram directly from Apples website because I felt like 4 GB was a bit low. I understand for many people its enough and for me it would be enough for now but I think within 3 maybe 4 years it will cause the computer to run slower since the newer operating systems more then likely would need more ram to run fluently. I also felt like if I am spending more then $1000.00 on a laptop I might as well make it as future proof as possible, I want to get the most life out of my macbook. If you are like me, you can’t afford to upgrade your Mac every two or three years. So if you want it to last as long as it can I feel like…

  3. speedythecat says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE! Picked up a 11″ 256GB at the Apple Store only because Amazon only carried the 128GB in the 11″. Would have rather picked it up here as it was a few dollars cheaper and triple points on my Amazon Card on purchases here.My only prior mac experience was a 2012 Mac Mini which I adored and sold it for what I paid for it a 6 months later when I thought new models were coming out. By the time they did, my money plans had changed. Bought another windows machine, that was HP junk. But I’m back on track and mac till the day I die.I’m not a fanboy. If it sucked, I’d say it sucks. However I am a great lover of every apple product I’ve ever owned. Countless iPods, a few iPhones, Apple TV, etc… It all words like it should. Well designed, well built, easy and FUN to use.I have some cheapskate relatives that look at apple as overpriced. However, my opinion is, Apple products are an investment. Use a windows laptop 3 years and if it even runs right (good…

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