Apple MacBook Air Core i7 1.8GHz 13″-4GB RAM-256GB SSD-Lion-BTO/CTO(2011)

September 17, 2013 - Comment

Apple MacBook Air (4,2) Core i7 1.80 GHz 13″ 256GB SSD (2011) Product Features 13.3-inch (diagonal) high-resolution LED 1.8GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7 , 4 gb ddr3 sdram 256GB flash storage, Intel HD Graphics 3000, Two USB 2.0 ports Thunderbolt port, FaceTime camera, SD card slot, 802.11n Wi-Fi wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, OS X Lion &nbsp

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Apple MacBook Air (4,2) Core i7 1.80 GHz 13″ 256GB SSD (2011)

Product Features

  • 13.3-inch (diagonal) high-resolution LED
  • 1.8GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7 , 4 gb ddr3 sdram
  • 256GB flash storage, Intel HD Graphics 3000, Two USB 2.0 ports
  • Thunderbolt port, FaceTime camera, SD card slot, 802.11n Wi-Fi wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, OS X Lion

 

Comments

qwerty says:

Have the same one, but paid $1570 after tax Get it from the apple store online refurbished and save a lot of $$$$. At the apple store website…on the bottom left side of the page under special deals click on refurbished mac…they are selling it for $1439+tax and you can get a full 3 year applecare warranty too. I am very satisfied with my macbook air that was shipped to me… it is brand new! no blemishes of any kind. The battery has lasted upto 9 hours! Overall excellent product.

Andi says:

Finally a Notebook Finally a device arrived that’s worth to be called a notebook. The unit packs a powerful punch of CPU, fast memory and solid state storage which is finally starting to reach practical capacities and capabilities. The top end i7 model fully loaded (4GB RAM, 256GB SDD at the time) does easily rival a MacBook Pro, and outperforms my 2007 17″ MacBook Pro (2.4GHz dual, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD with 4GB SDD cache). No moving parts other then the fan, which hardly comes on. The missing optical drive may throw you off originally but other then for software installation and burning the odd DVD you will hardly miss it during day-to-day use. In that case the optional USB drive doesn’t break the bank, and if you have another Mac somewhere you can easily mount that drive remotely. The only downside, and I found this will all my MacBooks in the past, is the poor lighting of the displays, it’s uneven and most noticeably darkens in corners and edges. I would understand burnout after years of use like mine…

Yan Zhu says:

I wish amazon prime could have this version Too bad, amazon only sells a version without core i7 CPU upgrade. If they do and the price is around 1599 (since i5 version is at 1499 and apple store add 100$ for upgrading), I will order immediately.

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