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11-inch Apple MacBook Air MC968LL/A (Mid-2011)

11-inch Apple MacBook Air MC968LL/A (Mid-2011)

The Apple MacBook Air 11-inch MC968LL/A is an 11.6-inch laptop with an LCD resolution of 1366 x 768. It has 2GB of memory and a 64GB hard drive. It has an Intel Core i5 1.6GHz processor and Intel HD Graphics 3000 video adapter but no dedicated video memory, so it's not well suited for high-performance video gaming. But it lacks an optical drive for burning CDs or DVDs. It comes with Mac OS...

11-inch Apple MacBook Air MC969LL/A (Mid-2011)

11-inch Apple MacBook Air MC969LL/A (Mid-2011)

Apple MacBook Air Intel Dual-Core i5 1.6GHz 11.6" 128GB SSD w/Thunderbolt

11-inch Apple MacBook Air MD223LL/A (Mid-2012)

11-inch Apple MacBook Air MD223LL/A (Mid-2012)

Expect everything. From a notebook that weighs almost nothing.With the latest Intel Core i5 processor, up to 60 percent faster graphics, and faster flash storage, MacBook Air packs a lot of features into an astonishing 2.38 pounds. New Intel Core i5 processor. A big shift in power.Integrating a faster processor, more powerful graphics, and a memory controller into a single chip makes for some...

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MC965LL/A (Mid-2011)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MC965LL/A (Mid-2011)

The new MacBook Air is up to 2.5x faster than before. It features the latest Intel Core i5 dual-core processor, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O, a backlit keyboard, and OS X Lion, the next major release of the world's most advanced desktop operating system. MacBook Air also comes standard with flash storage, so it boots up in seconds, launches apps quickly, and wakes from sleep in an instant....

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MC966LL/A (Mid-2011)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MC966LL/A (Mid-2011)

Apple MacBook Air Intel Dual-Core i5 1.6GHz 11.6" 128GB SSD w/Thunderbolt

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A (Mid-2012)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A (Mid-2012)

“ I have owned at least a dozen different Mac laptops over the years, starting with a Powerbook 1400 back in the day. The 13-inch Air is my absolute favorite of the bunch. It's the first laptop that feels truly mobile (as opposed to just luggable).    It's so light you can pick it up in one hand without really even exerting your wrist. It's so thin that you can put in in a...” --ahilal

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13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A (Mid-2012)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A (Mid-2012)

New processors and graphics. Pull out all the stops.Top-of-the-line processors.The 15-inch MacBook Pro features the new 2.3GHz and 2.6GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processors with 6MB of shared L3 cache and Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.6GHz. And you can configure it to be even faster. Choose the 2.7GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 with 8MB of cache and Turbo Boost speeds up to 3.7GHz. And go for the new...

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD102LL/A (Mid-2012)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD102LL/A (Mid-2012)

MacBook Pro features Intel's new third-generation Core architecture for a boost in processor and memory speeds. New next-generation graphics deliver performance levels that are up to 60 percent faster than before. And high-speed Thunderbolt I/O lets you transfer data at rates up to 10 GBps. The MacBook Pro is a great computer that just got even greater. Multi-Touch trackpad Up to 7...

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD313LL/A (Late 2011)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD313LL/A (Late 2011)

The Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro is a powerful notebook computer with an innovative aluminum unibody design. It is loaded with advanced power management features and an integrated battery, which work together to provide up to 7 hours of wireless web browsing. You may notice an unfamiliar logo next to one of the ports on the left side of the system. This is Thunderbolt, a high-speed interface...

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD314LL/A (Late 2011)

13.3-inch Apple MacBook Pro MD314LL/A (Late 2011)

“I have had 13" Mac's since the first one. I'vd had the "White's" (W's)and the Aluminum(A's). I love the feel of the A's vs the W's from a production aspect of getting something done. The keyboard is much better and the look and feel is more appealing.  My partner and I had Whites in China for  2yrs. Overseas the big issue is environmental conditions. The W's held up, unlike the A's....” --Ron Meyers

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