Apple MacBook Air A1466 13.3" Laptop - MD231LL/A (June, 2012)
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- juliancollad0Nov 18, 2015USEDby
I wanted to see what the bidding thing was and I pressed place bid by mistake and I don't want to buy it yet like what if I win I don't have the money. Is there a way to undo the bid thing? Help
- dansilap2012Jun 13, 2015by
Very helpful, help make job easy with this computer. My student want to grab this product, I'm planning to buy again another one.
- rsnyder53Jun 6, 2015by
Great laptop! You won't be disappointed!
I wanted to buy a lightweight, yet powerful laptop for college and was considering buying a Windows 8 machine until I found this laptop on eBay. It is the absolute perfect weight and has that sophisticated style that any college student can appreciate. The i5 processor completes any task given to it with ease. I enjoy mostly everything about the laptop with the minor exceptions being the battery life and lack of a higher resolution display. At a rated 7 hours it is nothing to sneeze at, but watching videos and extensive use will shorten the overall time. I know the latest generation Intel chips have solved this problem and it is not a fault of the machine itself. The screen is bright and vivid, although recent full HD, 4K, even Apple's own Retina display best this unit's 1440 x 900 resolution. Compared to other laptops, this wins hands down! The PC's I considered had sturdy builds, but the reputation that Windows 8 has and Apple's ability to build great laptops sealed the deal. With the few minor gripes I have, emphasis on minor, this is a great overall laptop and one that I would recommend to anyone. Apple built a workhorse of a laptop and one that will be able to take whatever the average user will throw at it.Read full review
- athan1001Aug 10, 2012by
Very good item
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.<br><br>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.
- daddidjMar 2, 2015by
Good ratio quality price
Good ratio quality price. Not the fastest for sure but good for office editing. Light and design. I would recommend this laptop to people who wants to do little stuff.