Reviews and Problems with Apple MacBook Air 11" A1370 2011- (MC968 / MC969)
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Macbook Air 11″ (July 2011) Review
31 January 2012
Conclusion: Macbook gets an average life to around 5 hours with screen brightness set to medium and laptop brightness turned off. Oh yes, I forgot to mention, it comes with a backlit keyboard! This is great for anybody who is on the go and is often in dark rooms or just when there is no light.
Conclusion: After a year of releases from PC manufacturers, the MacBook Air remains the ultra-thin laptop that sets the standard for the industry. Its build quality, design, and value are difficult for any PC alternative to match.
Excerpt: The refresh of the new 11.6″ and 13.3″ Macbook Air last July 2011 has introduced more powerful Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors into the line-up. I got the 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD Core i5 Macbook Air 11.6″ to test out. See full review after the jump.
Excerpt: Last year we reviewed the MacBook Air 11-inch (late 2010). Almost 10 months later, Apple has rolled out an update to the Air, the MacBook Air (summer 2011). ...
Pros: Blazing fast performance, same lightweight and chic design as with the previous Air model, excellent value, now with backlit-keyboard too, perfect for laptop serious travelers and those always on the go, super responsive – and did we mention how fast it is!?
Cons: Base $999 configuration only comes with 2GB of ram, lacks SD card slot, we’re not sold on Thunderbolt yet.
Summary: We're just not sure consumers want to use an 11-inch laptop as their primary computer. Frequent travelers and students would, but a few family members and co-workers said they would prefer a larger 13-inch screen.
Excerpt: Apple's latest MacBook Air now comes with the Mac OS X Lion operating system (OS), faster processors and a 10Gbit/s Thunderbolt connection for the first time. The MacBook Air is still available in the...
Summary: The 11in MacBook Air is undeniably lovely thanks to its sleek and sturdy build, comfortable keyboard and multitouch touchpad. It's not worth buying the cheapest version which is too underpowered, but we're not wholly convinced by the priciest version on review here.
Ultrabook™ Apple MacBook Air de 11 pulgadas (Mc969E/A)
23 September 2012
Conclusion: Si buscas una Ultrabook™ ligera y fácil de llevar a todos lados, la MacBook Air (Mc969E/A) es una excelente opción. Es ideal para ejecutivos y estudiantes que están en constante movimiento y que necesitan un procesador veloz, rápida transferencia de archivos y gran variedad de aplicaciones...
Pros: Pesa tan sólo 1.8kg, tiene un procesador veloz y trabaja con el sistema operativo Mountain Lion. Gracias a su puerto Thunderbolt transfiere datos a alta velocidad.
Cons: No tiene entrada de tarjetas de memoria SD, ni unidad óptica para leer y grabar CDs o DVDs. Su disco duro tal vez te parezca pobre en cuanto a almacenamiento.