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|Smarter and sharper, the Apple Mac Air Laptop 2012 offers you the power of faster computing. Equipped with a powerful 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5, this Mac Air is truly performance oriented. The 13.3-inch screen with an LED-backlit display of this laptop delivers stunning high-resolution visuals and videos. Typing on the full-size backlit keyboard and browsing with the multi-touch trackpad of this Mac Air makes work enjoyable. Make calls from the Apple Mac Air Laptop 2012 to any FaceTime-enabled device and use the 720p FaceTime HD camera to talk face-to-face with your loved ones. What’s more, you can plug in just about any high-speed peripheral into the revolutionary thunderbolt port of this Apple Mac Air Laptop 2012. Work, use applications, or surf the Internet as the long-running 50-watt-hour lithium-polymer battery of this laptop allows you to do more for longer.|
|Product Family||MacBook Air|
|Processor Speed||1.80 GHz|
|Number of Cores||Dual-Core|
|Display Max. Resolution||1440 x 900|
|Expansion Ports||2 x USB 3.0, Thunderbolt Port|
|Expandability||1 x SD Card Slot|
|Special Features||Integrated Video Camera, MagSafe Power Adapter Port|
|Hard Drive Capacity||128 GB|
|Storage Controller Type||Serial ATA|
|Installed RAM||4 GB|
|RAM Technology||DDR3L SDRAM|
|Max Supported RAM||8 GB|
|RAM Speed||1600 MHz|
|Installed Cache Memory||3072 KB|
|Graphic Processor||Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Audio Output Type||Headphones, Speaker(s)|
|Audio Input Type||Integrated Microphone, Line In (3.5mm), Microphone|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Data Link Protocol||Bluetooth, Bluetooth 4.0, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 7 Hours|
|Battery Technology||Lithium polymer|
|Release Date||June, 2012|
|Input Method||Keyboard, Trackpad|
Average review score based on 22 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
he 2012 MacBook Air no longer stands as the coolest Mac laptop: that crown has been temporarily stolen by the Retina Display MacBook Pro. Nor is it as unusual. However, it still remains the best example of an ultrathin laptop -- for its construction quality, performance, and ergonomics.
The 13-inch Air has the same looks as last year, and nearly the same build, with a few key differences: a new third-gen Intel Core i5 processor, USB 3.0 ports (replacing the previous USB 2.0), a higher-def 720p Webcam, and an altered MagSafe 2 charge cable and connector. Also, both 13-inch MacBook Pro models now cost $100 less, bringing the entry-level model with 128GB solid-state drive (SSD) to $1,199, the exact same cost as the 13-inch MacBook Pro.
A laptop with 12 hours of battery life, a fast SSD, and extremely thin and light design for a competitive price? This is one of the best computers Apple makes. It is easy to carry around, has all day battery life, and almost matches equally configured Ultrabooks. Only gripes are rather slow 1.3 GHz i5 processor, and integrated HD 5000 Graphics, which might not be enough for some users. But for everybody else, it is amazing. Best part: it boots up in 12 seconds!
After being a loyal MacBook Pro fan, I have finally switched over to the MacBook Air. The newest generation MacBook Air packs a powerful i5/i7 that easily outperforms my 2009 2.66Ghz Intel Dual Core Macbook Pro. The battery life is amazing, I'm able to get very close to what Apple has quoted, and having a Solid State Drive, the battery can stay charged for literally weeks when in sleep mode, forget about turning this laptop off! The boot times are phenomenal, and will surpass any Macbook with a traditional HDD. I love how portable this laptop is, its extremely lightweight and much more bag friendly than my 15.4" MacBook Pro. This laptop is going to be more than perfect for you if you like to browse the web, watch videos, edit documents, or edit pictures. Now, if your needing more power for gaming or memory intensive programs such as Adobe Illustrator, I would suggest looking into a MacBook. But, for most users, I believe this laptop will more than fit the everyday users needs. I'm confident that this laptop will stay modern and compatible with all Apple software for another 4 or 5 years, and I'm even more confident that this laptop will hold its value for several years, I believe that the Intel i5/i7 processors will be here for awhile, and over the next few years, solid state drives are going to grow even more popular.
Love how it boots up immediately. Everything about it is faster. Always wanted to try an SSD and willing to live with the smaller (120GB) storage for the faster response and bootup time. I keep the drive lean and use an external FW (w/Thunderbolt-to-FW adapter) when needed. I don't use a lot of CPU-intensive applications. Display is crisp and bright, tho not a retina. Haven't noticed any issues w/battery--seems to hold a decent charge when I've used it, tho haven't actually timed it. Ships with Mountain Lion, which I've already come to love.
I purchased this to replace an iPad which was too limited in it's functionality. This is almost as light and portable but with all of the conveniences of a laptop computer (except for the lack of a CD/DVD drive which can easily be purchased and connected via USB in the future) and ethernet connection if you need wired internet access.
I have had several MacBook Pro laptops and this rivals all of them in performance and quality of the sound. Also, the screen resolution is actually better than the 13" MacBook Pro and has the same resolution as the 15" Model.