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Very thin and light, Thunderbolt support
Dramatically faster than last year's version
Thunderbolt, screen, backlit keyboard
Double the performance of the last gen Air
'Apple's MacBook Air is thin and powerful enough to use as a mainstream laptop.'
'Sluggish compared with its peers.'
'The 11-inch MacBook Air is a powerful ultraportable that makes other systems in its class look positively bloated.'
'No Aftermarket Internal Upgrade Options.'
'Apple 's signature color for its iBook notebooks has always been solid white.'
'most universally useful laptops'
'Whether this transfer was successful and how the technology, which is new for Macs, harmonizes with the white Macbook can be learned in our detailed review.'
'clever swappable plug system'
'A brilliantly engineered piece of aluminium has replaced the polycarbonate shell to produce a laptop that looks stunning.'
'The new design is quite smooth with rounded edges on the bottom – the old model was squared off – and an internal battery thart can hit about 7 hours on one charge.'
'lightest, thinnest laptop Apple has ever constructed'
'the MacBook Air, is being hailed as the world's thinnest'
'The Mac Air is great'
'The three-finger forward/back gesture was immediately useful, and we're already missing it when using other laptops.'
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