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Apple MacBook Air 13" A1369 2011- (MC965 / MC966)

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Reviews and Problems with Apple MacBook Air 13" A1369 2011- (MC965 / MC966)

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Overall 6

Expert Review

26 September 2010
  • Conclusion: The MacBook Air's entirely fit for purpose, and the ultimate convenience for style savvy travellers. The real bad news is that convenience comes at a cost, in terms of fewer features and a high price tag.
  • Pros: At 19mm thick, the MacBook Air is so skinny that if it could walk it'd have to throw down a coat before going over drains. But it's not all tiny. Apple has packed in a full-size keyboard and 13-inch screen that are better than most. Using the full-size backlit keyboard is like running your fingers over silk, while the LED-lit screen twinkles like the Northern Lights. It's also quick in use thanks to a 1.8GHz Core 2 Duo and N-standard Wi-Fi.
  • Cons: With no optical drive, removable battery, or Ethernet, and only a single USB port, it's fair to say Apple's made a heap of concessions to get it down to size zero. Also, what's that coming over the hill? Is it a monster price-tag? Yes it is. And with it is its partner in crime, diabolical battery life.
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Overall 6

Apple MacBook Air (Nvidia 9400M GT)

PC Magazine
27 January 2010
  • Conclusion: The Apple MacBook Air (Nvidia 9400M GT) is a specimen of unsurpassable beauty, but upgrades of a few parts internally won't be enough to win over converts to Mac.
  • Pros: Still the thinnest and best-looking ultraportable. Bright screen. Comfortable keyboard. Best graphics performance in its class. Extremely lightweight.
  • Cons: Depleted feature set. Downgraded to a low-voltage processor. Only 2GB of memory with this configuration. Lacks higher-resolution screen options. Slow spinning hard drive. Battery life hasn't improved.
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Overall 6

Apple MacBook Air laptop review

Pocket Lint
18 February 2008
  • Pros: Super slim, cutting-edge technology
  • Cons: Sealed battery, limited connectivity
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Overall 6
Speed performance 5

Macbook Air 13: Test 13,3 Zoll Notebook

9 August 2011
  • Summary: Das Macbook Air 13 ist extrem flach (zwischen 9 und 17 Millimeter) und sehr leicht (1340 Gramm). Am aufregenden Design und dem stabilen Aluminium-Gehäuse hat Apple nichts geändert: Die Revolution findet unter der flachen Haube statt. Im neuen Macbook Air sitzt der Core i5-2557M (1,7 GHz) aus Intels Sandy-Bridge-Familie. Der Doppelkerner in 32-Nanometer-Architektur taktet zwar nicht so hoch wie die Core-i5-Kollegen, die in größeren Notebooks sitzen.
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Overall 6
Value for money 4
Overall quality 8

Design-trendens rollemodel

7 October 2010
  • Excerpt: Her er chassiset lavet i et stykke stærkt og vridningsstabilt aluminium, som betyder, at den kun 1,08 kilo lette sag alligevel føles og er stærk nok til det hårde liv hos en togpendler, en bycyklist eller bare almindelig, hårdhændet behandling.
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