Apple MacBook Air 13.3" MQD32LL/A, Intel Core i5-5350U 1.8Ghz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Silver (Renewed)

Apple MacBook Air 13.3" MQD32LL/A, Intel Core i5-5350U 1.8Ghz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Silver (Renewed)

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Apple MacBook Air 13.3

For years, the thin MacBook Air has been a favorite of those who need a computer to do work on the go. Its wedge-shaped design looks sleek and is easy to slip into a bag or carry. But the Air’s portability has come at a performance cost. That’s changing with the new 2020 model. It’s now powered by a much faster Intel M2 chip that makes it fast enough to do most tasks without feeling slow. And it still comes in a slim, lightweight case with an excellent screen and a MagSafe power adapter.

The main selling point of the new MacBook Air is its display, which now has a brighter, more colorful 500-nit Retina panel that’s more responsive than previous generations. It also has more pixels and a wider color gamut, making it better suited for editing photos and video. The new 13.6-inch display is far more immersive than the old one, and it’s great for engrossing reading, movies, or gaming.

Aside from the new screen, most of the other specs remain unchanged from the last Air, which was itself an impressive little laptop. That includes a black Magic keyboard with Touch ID and a large Force Touch trackpad, along with a four-speaker sound system and an updated 1080p FaceTime HD camera. Apple shaved off some of the bezel around the screen, giving it a more spacious feel, and the display has a higher maximum brightness. The Air runs the latest version of macOS, Big Sur, which was built from the ground up to take advantage of the M1’s capabilities.

It’s also got two Thunderbolt 3 ports (which support external displays up to 6K) and a 3.5mm headphone jack. While some people might miss the loss of HDMI and SD card slots, those aren’t really critical in a machine that’s designed to be so portable.

Like the previous Air, this one has a battery that can last up to 15 hours for web browsing or video playback. That’s plenty of time to get through a full workday, but it will be shorter if you use the computer for more demanding tasks or for prolonged periods of time.

As with all Macs, the MacBook Air isn’t cheap. But it’s also not as expensive as a MacBook Pro, which has more raw computing power but requires a bigger, heavier case. For those who need a light and portable computer that can handle most day-to-day tasks, this is the best option out there. It might not have as many ports as a more fully featured MacBook, but it still has the fastest processor available in a slim and sleek package. That’s a huge improvement over what the Air was able to accomplish just a year and a half ago. We can’t wait to see what it’ll be able to do next.

Price: 354.00
(as of June 5, 2023, 11:27 – Details)

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