Apple MacBook Air 13.3" (Intel Core i5 1.8 GHz/ 128GB SSD/ 8GB RAM) - English
The 13-inch MacBook Air features 8GB of memory, a fifth-generation Intel Core processor, Thunderbolt 2, great built-in apps and all-day battery life.* It’s thin, light and durable enough to take everywhere you go -- and powerful enough to do everything once you get there.
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- Dual-core Intel Core i5 processor
- Intel HD Graphics 6000
- Fast SSD storage
- 8GB memory
- Two USB 3 ports
- Thunderbolt 2 port
- SDXC port
- Up to 12 hours of battery life*
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- Multi-Touch trackpad
*Battery life varies by use and configuration. See www.apple.com/ca/batteries for more information.
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Storage & Memory
Inputs & Outputs
- My initial thoughts of this deviceby P .P
from Brampton, ON on December 27, 2018
I got this computer for Christmas and I will I've my initial thoughts. First off the computer is very light. The main reason I got this was for school and I needed a portable laptop to carry around in my bag. One of the reasons it is so light is because it is super thin. At it's thickest point it is around half an inch, on it's own that is very thin. The computer gradually gets thinner from the back to the front. At it's lowest point it is only 1/10 of an inch! One fault I have with this machine is the viewing angles aren't the best. When you are sitting in a certain position there is always the perfect viewing angle where the colours are vibrant and the saturation is good. But if you move the screen just a bit the whole display will get saturated. The keyboard is also pretty good. The keyboard is backlit which means there is a light behind the keyboard. The key travel is also pretty far so the keys make a clicky sound every time you press it. All in all if you are buying the MacBook Air either for yourself or someone else the owner of this device will definitely be emotionally attached to this device. I highly recommend this laptop over the other, more expensive MacBooks. Unless you need a super high powered monster machine for heavy gaming, the MacBook Air will handle anything you throw at it from typing up a word document to video editing. Great laptop!
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from yyyyyyyyyyy on December 24, 2018
- Incompatible with ultra-widescreen monitors!!by Kevin
from London, ON on December 2, 2018
This laptop is the only one out of four that I own to be incompatible with ANY ultra-widescreen 21:9 aspect ratio external monitor without the user having to buy third-party software that bypasses Apple's BS intrinsic OS limitations. I should be able to plug a new monitor into my thousand dollar laptop and just have it work. Instead you spend an entire day troubling-shooting your way around an otherwise BASIC laptop functionality.
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