Apple MacBook Air 11.6 inch - Fall 2010 Edition - Intel Core 2 Duo MC505S / MC506S
Extremely thin and light, sturdy build quality, very good display, comfortable keyboard, excellent trackpad, good battery life, quick startup time, respectable performance despite slow processor
Beautiful design, extremely snappy and an awesome standby time.
Slim, thin, elegant, stylish, Unibody aluminum shell, well built, Builtin flashstorage is really fast, Improved Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics, Battery lasts 5 hours, Runs surprisingly cool
Class-leading boot and resume times, Full-size keyboard, enormous trackpad, Surprising power for productivity and gaming, Gorgeous, high resolution 11.6-inch display, Unmatched aluminum unibody build quality, Respectable volume for its size
Just as thin as the 11-inch Air and only 0.6 pounds heavier. Longer battery life. SD card slot. Flash storage. Larger trackpad. High-resolution display. Ports are on the case instead of under a flip-down door.
Incredibly thin and light, Excellent battery life, Performance close to 13inch MacBook Pro
Amazingly slim design; great keyboard/trackpad combo; new iLife '11 software included; decent graphics performance; 16:9 display.
Ultra-compact and lightweight. Decent battery life. Month-long standby time.
So slender, so sexy. Ridiculously fast app launch times. Excellent battery life. Comfortable keyboard and trackpad.
Very thin and light for any notebook, Extremely fast SSD, Sharp, colorrich LCD, Fullsize keyboard and trackpad, Good graphics performance, Very long standby time, Finally two USB ports.
Gorgeous unibody design, small and built to last, excellent display and keyboard, peppy performance – especially for loading applications, finally two USB ports are included!, 30 days of standby battery power with instant on, system runs cool.
Exquisitely thin. Lightest in its class. Full size keyboard. Sharp, vibrant 11.6-inch widescreen. SSD is durable and quick. Good graphics chip included. Runs cool.
Amazingly thin and light design, Wakes instantly from sleep, boots very fast, Comfortable keyboard and large gesture-friendly touchpad, Webcam makes FaceTime calls, Surprisingly strong speakers, Good battery life
Astonishingly thin and light; very high resolution for the screen size; decent performance; sturdy construction; excellent bundled software
Small and lightweight; easy to take on the road, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics offer better performance than Intel embedded graphics, Flashbased storage provides instanton, power savings, and highperformance access, Available in two sizes: 11inch and 13inc
Smallest Mac laptop ever, Speedy solid-state drive, Bright, high-resolution screen, Full-sized keyboard.
No backlight for keyboard, no external battery status indicator, speakers could have been bit louder, 64GB on base model is too less, 128GB model is too expensive
No backlit keyboard, No 3G and a bit underwhelming performance
Older Core 2 Duo processor, No ethernet, card slot
Shallow, mushy keyboard, Limited port selection, Display doesn’t lean back past 45 degrees, No removable battery, RAM, HDD
No optical drive, Ethernet, or FireWire. Core 2 Duo instead of the newer Core i3.
Weak amount of RAM, Expensive, No backlit keyboard
Pricey for an 11-inch laptop with an older processor; lacks backlit keyboard and SD card slot.
Slow processor. Limited memory and disk space.
Size does matter — 11 inches is too small, no matter how nice the screen is. Sluggish with some mediaheavy tasks.
Expensive compared to some CULV systems, Uses an older Core 2 Duo instead of Core i3 or i5, Battery life is strictly adequate, No card reader or FireWire, No backlit keyboard.
No SD card slot, unit is sealed so RAM and hard drive can’t be upgraded, no ethernet port, 4GB should really come standard at this price, battery life is a bit underwhelming, limited hard drive space, builtin 3G would’ve been a nice option to
No SD Card slot. No Ethernet. Sluggish compared with its peers. Unimpressive battery life.
No SD Card slot, Keyboard not backlit, Lid sometimes falls back, Competing ultraportables have faster CPUs
Shallow keyboard; no SD-card slot; mediocre battery life
Maximum RAM is only 4 GB, Flash storage isn’t user replaceable, Uses older Intel Core 2 Duo processors, Lacks a wired Ethernet port.
Slow processor clock speed, No keyboard backlighting
By DigitalVersus on March 31, 2011
The Macbook Air is an ultra-portable with a good power/size ratio. Note however that if size is not a decisive factor in your choice, the MacBook Pro offers better battery life and much better performance....80
By CNET UK on March 11, 2011
The 11-inch Apple MacBook Air is remarkably thin and really enjoyable to use. But its paltry port selection and lack of real grunt mean it won't appeal to...80
By Pocket-lint on March 02, 2011
The MacBook Air isn’t about affordability, it’s about making a statement, it’s about travelling light without having to sacrifice power and design. It won’t suit every taste and the lack of optical drive and connections will make...90
By PC Authority on February 11, 2011
The Apple MacBook Air 11in has incredible engineering that squeezes just enough power and longevity from the skinniest of chassis. Here's our review....83
By PCQuest on February 02, 2011
Apple's Macbook Air is a a notebook that is aimed at people who like to travel light and still have the full functionality of notebook. The original Macbook Air that was launched in 2008 got updates through 2008 and 2009 in terms of hardware, but...-
By TechTree on January 07, 2011
The 64GB MacBook Air is priced at Rs. 60,900 (MRP). Now it might seem that the price is a bit on the higher side, but as we found out during the review, you do actually get what you pay for. Let's face it; you will be hard pressed to find a machine...80
By eTech Reviews on January 01, 2011
We have all been waiting for Apple to announce the 11 inch MacBook Air, there were widespread rumors about it and when Apple finally showed it at the Mac Event, I realized that it was one of the worst kept secrets. Apart from the new 11 inch laptop,...-
By Tbreak.com on December 27, 2010
Apple leads- others follow as far as hardware designs are concerned. From the MacBook to the iPhone to the Air and the iPad, we have seen Apple create wonderful designs that other manufacturers have been “inspired” by. And by looking at the...80
By Zath UK on December 16, 2010
To A Comprehensive ReviewTaking in to account the number of considerations that have to be made when creating a product such as the MacBook Air, it’s incredible to think that so much has been packed in to such a small enclosure. When you use the...-
By PCWorld India on December 13, 2010
The 11-inch MacBook Air ultraportable laptop is an elegant style statement. It has speedy flash storage, improved graphics and offers 5 hours of battery life. A well-balanced 11-inch premium slim laptop that sells for an attractive price....84