I write this post when something coming into my mind, MacBook Air. The new MacBook Air include the ports of light options for Core i7 Intel i5 and design with little or no change in current models. Before buying this product we should first consider where the place to buy it, then read some reviews from others, from the opinion of the person we at least get an idea whether the things we buy it is in accordance with our needs or not, this is one of the people say about Apple MacBook Air MC505LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop
Steve H "books911"
Steve H "books911"
This review is from: Apple MacBook Air MC505LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop (Personal Computers)
I have a somewhat interesting take on the 11.6-inch MacBook Air. I chose the 13-inch model for myself, but my father who is always on the go for business, chose this 11.6-inch model. He wanted the extra portability, and I wanted the extra performance of the larger machine.
Visually, the machines look different. My 13-inch model does not look significantly different from the front or rear compared to a full featured MacBook Pro. In other words, on the 13-inch model, which I love, the footprint of the device is basically the same as a 13-inch MacBook Pro. The difference is the slim side profile, and the two missing pounds.
This 11-inch model is not only light and thin, but has a smaller footprint too. It is striking to see. It looks small, and it's gorgeous. I do have some envy for the portability of this model compared to my own, which is light, but yet takes up just as much space so to say as a MacBook Pro.
The drawbacks to this model and the reason I chose the 13-inch? The processor included in this 11-inch machine is a fair bit slower. Comparing some online benchmarks, this entry-level 11-inch model with the 1.4 GHZ Core 2 Duo brought in about 70 percent of the processing speed of the entry level 13-inch model. While other parts of the machine are equally as fast, such as the graphics processor, solid state storage, and memory, the processor performance difference is not insignificant. You do feel a slight performance difference between the 13 and 11. Read More Review or Go To Apple MacBook Air MC505LL/A 11.6-Inch Laptop