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Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Long product name Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver :
The short editorial description of Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver

MacBook Air 13.3'', Intel Core 2 Duo SL9600 (6M Cache, 2.13 GHz, 1066 MHz FSB), 2GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM, 256GB Flash, Nvidia GeForce 320M DDR3, 13.3'' TFT 1440x900, Webcam, 802.11n, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, SD, 45W MagSafe, Li-Pol/7h, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Silver
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Short summary description Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver:
This short summary of the Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Apple MacBook Air 13.3'', Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.13 GHz, 33.8 cm (13.3"), 1440 x 900 pixels, 2 GB, 256 GB
Long summary description Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' 2.13GHz SL9600 13.3" 1440 x 900pixels Silver :

Apple MacBook Air 13.3''. Processor family: Intel Core 2 Duo, Processor model: SL9600, Processor frequency: 2.13 GHz. Display diagonal: 33.8 cm (13.3"), Display resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels. Internal memory: 2 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 256 GB, Storage media: Flash. Discrete graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 1.32 kg

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 75 expert reviews for Apple MacBook Air 13.3'' and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
85%
Source Review comments Score
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Laptop screens aren't reputed for their qualities. The first problem is that they still have unresponsive TN panels (from above the screen looks dark and when looking from below, white, and when you're viewing from the side you lose visibility as soon...
Good Very slim and light, Shell nicely finished, Battery life: 5h45, Nice to look at...
Bad Glossy panel, Very reduced interface connectivity, No DVD player...
Bottom line The MacBook Air 13.3 inch has a better size/power ratio than the 11.5 inch version. It also gives higher battery life. Of the two MacBook Airs out in 2010, we see this 13.3 inch version as the better choice...
100%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Apple's newest MacBook Air got a nip and tuck, a small tweak to bring it in line with the look of the current MacBook Pro. Nothing rams this point home more than the hardware inside, the fact that it's still running a Core 2 Duo being chief suspec...
Bottom line Apple's latest MacBook Air adds some much needed ports and pulls some things in line with the MacBook Pro range. It's an excellent travel laptop, but we wish it would have made the transition to Intel's Core i series.
85%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
When Apple introduced the MacBook Air in January 2008, one of the biggest price hikes in its build to order options was the choice of a 64GB SSD. Those with slightly shallower pockets for this slimline ultraportable wouldn’t hesitate to opt for the 80G...
Bottom line Overall, given its diminutive yet robust form factor, the MacBook Air’s performance is quite remarkable. If you’re a film critic, spending hours in the dark, then you may well bemoan the loss of the illuminated keyboard. Yet those with a busy a life o...
85%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Back in 2008, Steve Jobs slid the millimetres-thin MacBook Air from a manilla envelope, and in that instant the world of PC laptops looked dowdier than ever. For all its design flair, though, we found the Air riddled with compromises that upgrades sinc...
Bottom line Gorgeous design, reasonable power and long battery life – Apple has got it right third time around...
83%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Back in 2008, Steve Jobs slid the millimetres-thin MacBook Air from a manila envelope, and in that instant the world of laptops looked dowdier than ever. For all its design flair, though, we found the Air riddled with compromises that upgrades since ha...
Bottom line Gorgeous design, reasonable power and long battery life - Apple's got it right third time around...
83%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Bottom line The latest 13in MacBook Air isn't perfect. It's pricy, although cheaper variants with smaller SSDs are available, and it should really come with 4GB of RAM as standard at such a high price. Despite these flaws it's the best ultra-portable laptop we've...
83%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The MacBook Air was already one of the thinnest laptops around, yet Apple has somehow managed to shrink it even further. The new Air is unbelievably thin for a 13in laptop, but because the entire chassis is built from a single piece of aluminium it fee...
Bottom line The MacBook Air is incredibly thin, light and portable, but performance is only average and it’s also incredibly expensive...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple has reimagined the MacBook Air and we've been using one full time for a few days now. Since Steve Jobs pulled the original out of that manila envelope back in early 2008, Apple's premium laptop has been somewhat of an enigma. At the time it wasn'...
Good Superb finish, Real on-the-road machine, Lightning fast SSD, Deep sleep mode...
Bad Premium price, no backlit keyboard, lacks performance of much cheaper laptops...
Bottom line Apple has reimagined the MacBook Air and we've been using one full time for a few days now. Since Steve Jobs pulled the original out of that manila envelope back in early 2008, Apple's premium laptop has been somewhat of an enigma. At the time it wasn'...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Tweet It's beautiful, it's stunning, it's thin, it's like a supermodel. That is probably the best way to describe the MacBook Air to anyone asking. But should you be buying the thinnest MacBook on the planet? We've been living with the new model to fi...
Good Fast, thin, light...
Bad No optical drive, no Ethernet connection...
Bottom line The final choice is down to you and what you need, but the overriding good news is that unlike the first MacBook Air outing, this is one to consider rather than just being written off from the start...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
There's no denying the sheer elegance of the MacBook Air. Its sleek, metallic design leaves most of its rivals in the ultra-portable laptop category looking like misshapen lumps of plastic.Unfortunately, this streamlined design has always come with a p...
Good Extremely slim and light; excellent build quality; flash memory and improved graphics provide strong performance improvements...
Bad Very expensive; no Ethernet, FireWire or optical drive...
Bottom line You're paying a premium for the super-slimline design, but this latest version of the MacBook Air provides much improved performance and battery life that will ensure that it earns its keep when you're travelling...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
It's strange how Apple of late seems to be using early adopters as prototype testers. The original iPhone launched sans many of the features we now take for granted (3G, the incredible App Store) , the iPad has sold by the boat load, but in spit...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
This new MacBook Air review was not easy for us. Don’t get us wrong, Apple’s waif-like laptop is unquestionably gorgeous. It’s thinner than anything else in our manbag, and Apple’s new battery technology gives it a lifetime between charges to shame...
Good Killer battery life, surprisingly nippy, even with underwhelming specs, truly beautiful.
Bad Absurd migration procedure for existing Mac owners, high price for last year’s CPU...
Bottom line This really shouldn’t be the only computer you own, but it’s the only one worth considering for life on the road...
80%
digitalone.com.sg
Updated:
2011-07-30
Efficient machine for people on the go.
Good Sevenhour battery life, powers on quickly...
Bad Limited storage space.
Bottom line Efficient machine for people on the go...
80%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
To date, the has been something of a novelty item. Sure, its low size and weight were impressive, but its high cost and relatively low power curbed its potential for widespread appeal. This new release is still prohibitively expensive, but increase...
Good Small and light, Excellent battery time, Instant-on Standby Mode, Flash storage...
Bad Very expensive, No backlit keyboard...
Bottom line A gorgeous and desirable device, but it's the sort of laptop you'd buy for yourself if you won the lottery. Brilliant, but expensive.
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The new 13-inch Apple MacBook Air isn't a radical departure from the previous-generation Apple MacBook Air, which was itself a surprisingly thin and light laptop compared to Apple's other MacBook and MacBook Pro models. The 13.3-inch model is basical...
Bottom line While the 11-inch model will be most attractive if you're looking for the smallest and lightest Mac laptop, those who want to upgrade its drive, processor, and RAM will want to consider its small size versus the slightly larger 13-inch model, which co...
80%
zdnet.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple's original 13.3in. MacBook Air turned heads with its slimline design, large multi-touch touchpad and high-quality LED-backlit screen. However, it also had its drawbacks — notably, limited connectivity and upgradeability, moderate performance and...
Good Slim, lightweight, elegant design, Fast, robust, lowpower SSD, Highresolution widescreen display, Good battery life...
Bad Memory and storage are not userupgradeable, No integrated mobile broadband, No keyboard backlight, Previousgeneration Core 2 Duo processor...
Bottom line The 2010 version of Apple's 13.3in. MacBook Air is a very desirable ultraportable notebook. We like the slimline design, the high-resolution screen, the fast boot time and the long battery life. We're less impressed by the lack of integrated mobile bro...
79%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2011-11-06
When the original MacBook Air came out it received mixed responses. While many loved its razor-like thinness and all aluminium form factor, there were also a lot of detractors that bemoaned it as an underpowered and impractical netbook hiding in a prem...
0%
hereshow.ca
Updated:
2011-11-06
It seemed like a dare, that first MacBook Air. A challenge among Apple's engineers over how thin they could make a notebook computer while still keeping it useful. To see how many components and features could be removed while leavingbehind a computer...
0%
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