Apple MacBook Air 11.6" - Mid 2013
The MacBook Air 2013 is a refreshed version of the skinny laptop with the latest Haswell processor. The MacBook Air uses the ULT variants of the chip, which should result in 40% faster graphics and much improved battery life. Also new is support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi, the faster and not-yet-finalized standard that should greatly improve range and bring wireless transmission speeds up to a theoretical 1300Mbps.
Outstanding battery life.
Sleek, sturdy unibody chassis.
Comfortable, full-sized keyboard.
Responsive, versatile touch pad.
Weighs only about 1000 grams.
USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt.
Very good input devices.
Fourth Generation Intel Core processor.
Nice multitouch trackpad.
Dualband 802.11ac WiFi.
Slightly slower performance than last year's model in spots.
Big bezel leaves us wanting a larger screen.
Weak display hinge.
No media card slot.
No Retina display.
No SD card slot.
Almost zero expandability or accessibility for maintenance.
New CPUs donít really boost performance over last yearís Air.
By DigitalVersus on January 10, 2014
The 2013 edition of the 11" MacBook Air is a step up from the 2012 model in terms of battery life and heat dissipation. Unfortunately, the TN screen is still only so good and it has very few ports. For big-time Apple fans...80
By Mac|Life on September 23, 2013
The new Airs feature faster storage and low-power Haswell processors. The 2013 MacBook Air refresh brings us two 11-inch and two 13-inch models, with the Airs of matching screen size differentiated solely by their solid-state storage capacity. The...90
By laptops.co.uk on August 14, 2013
For the amount you’re paying many will ask why there isn’t a HDMI port or an Ethernet port or why Apple hasn’t upgraded the screens resolution. In short the Apple MacBook Air is all about style and incorporates the minimal performance...70
By reviewed.com on August 13, 2013
The king of the coffee shop So many consumers feel very passionate about Apple—they either love the Cupertino-based company or loathe its very existence. Forget for a minute that this laptop is an Apple product, though. If you strip away its...81
By AnandTech on August 09, 2013
I know Anand has long said that Macs and PCs don't get cross shopped that often, but recently I've been asked for notebook advice by a lot of people who are completely platform agnostic. With the emphasis on web apps, there's not much...-
By Computer Shopper on July 23, 2013
Ridiculously long battery life highlights the latest 11.6-inch MacBook Air, which boasts the same skinny yet sturdy aluminum unibody design you've come to know and love....90
By The Inquirer on July 23, 2013
GADGET DESIGNER Apple's Macbook Air has established itself as the benchmark for thin and light laptops in recent years, and with its upgrade to Intel Core chips in 2011 it got the performance boost to match its sleek design and...90
By Computerworld on July 22, 2013
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By isource.com on July 21, 2013
Because the physical appearance and screen of the Macbook Air remained basically unchanged from models of the past few years, it might be easy to assume that this year's model isn't a big step forward for the Macbook Air line. This assumption,...-
By NotebookCheck on July 18, 2013
Apple MacBook Air 11 And now, the final question: What should you buy? i5 or i7 processor, 128 GB or 256 GB SSD? The latter is probably easier to answer since the decision is primarily based on the required storage capacity. The user can use around 100...89