|Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop A1237 MB003LL/A 1.6GHz 2GB 80GB January 2008 5813|
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|Enhance your computing performance with the A Apple MacBook Air MB003LL/A notebook PC that is powered by a 1.6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The LED-backlit glossy widescreen display of this Apple 13.3-inch laptop gives you a clear and bright view of all the content in your PC. For a superior graphics performance, this notebook PC comes integrated with the Intel GMA X3100 Graphics. The iSight camera of this Apple 13.3-inch laptop enables you to easily video chat with your friends. You can access the Internet anywhere you want with the Apple MacBook Air MB003LL/A�s AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi connectivity.|
|Product Family||MacBook Air|
|Processor Type||Intel Core 2 Duo|
|Processor Speed||1.60 GHz|
|Number of Cores||Dual-Core|
|Bus Speed||800 MHz|
|Display Color Support||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|Display Max. Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Expansion Ports||1 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0, DVI (Digital Video Interface), Micro-DVI, RJ-45 (NIC), S-Video out, Thunderbolt Port, VGA out|
|Special Features||Integrated Video Camera, MagSafe Power Adapter Port|
|Hard Drive Capacity||80 GB|
|Hard Drive Rotation Speed||4200 RPM|
|Storage Controller Type||IDE, Serial ATA|
|Installed RAM||2 GB|
|RAM Technology||DDR2 SDRAM|
|Max Supported RAM||2 GB|
|RAM Speed||667 MHz|
|Installed Cache Memory||4096 KB|
|Graphic Processor||Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) X3100|
|Installed Video Memory||144 MB|
|Audio Output Type||Analog Audio, Headphones, Sound card, Speaker(s)|
|Audio Input Type||Integrated Microphone, Line In (3.5mm)|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN, Network Adapter|
|Data Link Protocol||AirPort Extreme, Bluetooth, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 5 Hours|
|Battery Technology||Lithium polymer|
|Height||0.76 in., 1.08 in.|
|Release Date||January, 2008|
|Input Method||Keyboard, TouchPad, Trackpad|
Incredibly thin yet surprisingly sturdy; new trackpad gesture controls are very useful; remote optical drive makes living without a built-in drive much easier.
Very limited connectivity; slower than other MacBooks; SSD hard-drive option is ridiculously expensive and standard hard drive is small; battery is not user replaceable.
The design is revolutionary, but Apple's MacBook Air will appeal to a smaller, more specialized audience than the standard MacBook, thanks to a stripped-down set of connections and features.
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The MacBook Air is quite an amazing laptop. It is literally as thin as my iPhone 4, and as always, is a beautifully made product from Apple. Some of my favorite features about this model are the thinness (you can literally fit it in a large padded flat rate envelope), the backlit keyboard, and the beauty of the design. I found a few things lacking in in this laptop. I really didn't like having only 1 USB port, and the hard drive was way to small for my vast music library, and the processor was a bit slow for my taste. I found that not having a CD/DVD drive wasn't a problem, a lot of programs today are moving to digital online downloads. Coming down to the bottom line though, unless you just really really like this model, I would save your money for a and equivalent MacBook Pro for the year, or buy the newest MacBook Air, which has a much better processor, hard drive, and battery. Do your research on other MacBooks before buying this one, I think in the long run you would be happier with a newer MacBook Air or a 13 inch MacBook Pro.
The laptop itself runs really smoothly and fast like a mac should.
However, there is a lump in the middle from something that has been installed by the seller. It makes shutting the laptop for sleep mode not possible as it doesnt actually shut properly unless it has a constant slight force.
The battery life is fairly non-existent and it barely lasts past 30-40 minutes.
I also cannot sign in to app world clearly undermining why I got the mac.
But for the lump in the keyboard, it would be an amazing value for money purchase.
Enjoying the fast work it produces. The drive is not replaceable for more storage capacity. But for someone that is looking to have a Mac for general purposes; this is the way to go. The light weight to it is great comfort advantage as well. Students and project Managers would love this unit.
I bought me an Apple MacBook Air for Christmas... I did lot of research before because it's not an inexpensive product and there is a lot of variety "a lot cheaper" butttttt..... It all depends on your taste and needs... I like things to look nice, even though you could find this macbook with many extras sometimes you end up paying same price as a new one. But I paid half of the price for a new one and I can still have money to choose the extras I need and want.
For me Apple is the BEST, the price is always worth it even if it's the regular price. If you haven't try it, give it a chance. I have a friend that bought 3 laptops for her kids, and end up buying Mac because viruses are harder to get and kids sometimes doesn't know and tend to catch more viruses in computers.
So it's a 'computer' portable for every member of the family: home, kids and professionals. And you can do/edit/create more things with music, pictures. I found my iphoto has a feature to create effects on pics, tag names on it and add info on pics of exact location that drops a pin on a google map. So next time you don't know where you file certain picture you could search it by file names or place you've have already tag... that's neat for me that I'm not a pro at it!! And instructions and tips are very easy to follow as I said, I'm not an expert in computers, but I feel like one. Iphoto also have a direct menu button you can export you pics directly to Facebook (log-in), e-mail, etc. And syncronize with Iphones your pics, music and address book just by plug-in your usb or by bluetooth.
You could take a pic of yourself with photo booth at the moment and do everything already mention with this pic, make effects, turn it black & white, sephia, create a scrapbook with just one button touch, etc. Still learning fun things that you could not do with a Windows PC.
Hope this help some people that are not to computer friendly to know that this could be easier that a regular one.
First off, if you want a Mac, this is a no brainer. The Pro is outdated and very big, and the Retina is a huge chunk of change; save it for the professional use. For the everyday user, the Air is fantastic.
For the PC users (as I was before I got this Air), I would strongly recommend this laptop. It is more expensive than possibly a similarly priced PC, but the build quality and design I believe is second to none. Mac OS is so phenomenal to use; I already hate simply scrolling on my PC. There is almost nothing wrong with this computer. The only problem is the upgradability, but with the SSD, speed is almost a none issue. Having no drive is a good thing in my opinion, I almost never use it and having an external is more convenient. Same goes for hard drive. Obviously I want a 512 GB SSD, and the 128 is a tad small, but it is SO zippy. Truly incredible performance. I also upgraded to 8 GB beforehand, and I don't see how this computer would excel for at least 2-3 years. Add in the incredible resale value of Macs, and this is a great, great buy.
Unless you're a hardcore gamer, I see absolutely no reason to not buy a Macbook Air as your new computer. The 13 inch is fast enough to replace a desk top, and it can handle almost anything you throw at it. This is THE best student laptop you can buy, and instead of buying a cheap PC that you will need to dole out more money to upgrade or replace, I'd invest in one of these and I'd be surprised if it doesn't last you the rest of your HS or college years.