Apple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air Dual Core i5 , 1.3GHz, Turbo Boost 4GB Ram ,128HDD, Intel HD Graphic 5000 2 x USB 3.0 Mac OX and iLife
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Apple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air Dual Core i5 , 1.3GHz, Turbo Boost 4GB Ram ,128HDD, Intel HD Graphic 5000 2 x USB 3.0 Mac OS X and iLife
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So it came to the arrival day, it arrived in the morning, I opened the box and took the mac out, opened it, and it was indeed an AMERICAN keyboard.
But you know what, i fell in love straight away and it doesn't make a blind bit of difference to the functionality or the image of the mac! You can barely notice! and all my friends that have Macs didn't even realise when they looked/used it. I love it, and to be honest i paid £825 for a £999 Mac! If your skeptical about the American Keyboard don't be!
BATTERY life is amazing! when using it just for browsing and writing documents, it lasted 13hrs 12mins. When i play Football Manager 2013 non-stop it last around 5 hours.
BUILD quality is amazing, its so sleek and thin yet reassuringly robust, theres no screen wobble when travelling on the train, bending or distortion.
SCREEN is amazing. Even though it isn't retina display, i didn't mind the slight loss of sharpness at all! the colours are full and bright and text is plenty sharp enough to not have any problems reading.
KEYBOARD is extremely easy to type on with satisfying key feedback, and the key light feature not only looks amazing but is very useful at night.
This item (although an import) is definitely worth the purchase. once you have the mac on your desk, you will realise how irrelevant the keyboard situation is. i promise you won't be disappointed!
If there's anything else you'd like to know, feel free to ask!
Quick word of warning first - if you already own a Macbook Pro or Macbook Air, and want a techie comparison best skip this review. I've come from a Windows background, and I'm not an expert on the Apple mac line-up, and this is meant for similar non-experts.
Firstly, the hardware - which is just stunning. It’s incredibly thin and light at just 1.4Kg (just over a bag of sugar), and I hardly notice it in my case. The unibody design, carved out of a single peice of brushed aluminium gives this device a firm but incredibly light-weight feel, with a huge track-pad and beautifully made back-lit keyboard - great for typing in bed when it's dark. It’s astonishing really, that a device this thin is so rigid - it just screams top build quality and beautiful attention to detail.
Just like the iPad Air - this really is "a thing of beauty".
Apple make a point of not comparing the numbers, (it’s all about the experience not just a comparison of numbers) but here’s a summary of this device:-
* 1.3Ghz dual core intel i5 processor
* 4Gb of memory
* 128Gb of “hard disk” - it’s actually zippy SSD
* 1,440x900 pixels on screen backed with Intel HD Graphics 5000
I have to say, 128Gb is not huge, and if you’ve a large video, photo or music collection I’d advise the 256Gb model. You should be OK with 4Gb of memory though unless you plan to run an awful lot of programs simultaneously.
In terms of connectivity you get:-
* Mag Safe 2 power plug.Read more ›
I'm an Apple fan and have been for some time. I have an iMac and an iPad and are primarily using them for business. Whilst I love my iPad it falls short in terms of the ability to be truly productive. iPad Apps are great for tweaks and working on the move but in my opinion serious business applications still work best when you originate them on a "proper" computer be it a desktop or laptop using the full blown programmes.
I do however LOVE the portability of iPad, battery life, instant on and "it just works" context.
A perfect blend of desktop and iPad is the Macbook Air. It is both light enough to carry and powerful enough to run full applications giving access to all your favourite programmes in their native environment.
Here's why I love my MacBook Air:
- It runs all my favourite programmes, iWork, Photoshop, Keynote etc in ALL their glory
- It's extremely light and portable
- I love flipping the lid and it's ready to go - INSTANTLY
- It integrates beautifully with Apple TV meaning you can mirror your desktop for presentations
- The Flash memory means it's lightening fast - programmes open and respond instantly
- Two USB ports and a thunderbolt connection is perfectly adequate
- Although a Mac enthusiast, you can of course run Apple versions of Microsoft Programmes (Word, Powerpoint, Excel etc) and have the full Windows experience by installing Bootcamp etc
- Cloud based services as provided by Google, Dropbox, iCloud etc mean that I'm not storing huge amounts of files on my MacBook making the 128GB flash drive adequate for my resources. If you're planning on storing music, photos and video invest in the biggest drive you can afford.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
right now on this review i am writing with this macbook air. It did have an american keyboard but who cares. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jun
Excellent piece of equipment ! Would highly recommend , purchased for my daughters Christmas present! She has wanted one for some time now, saved £150. Read morePublished 6 months ago by liz- Derry
I very pleased with the purchase! This machine meets all my needs exceptionally well.Published 7 months ago by Ferris buller
Love my Apple!! And the discount because the keyboard has the dollar sign instead of the pound one was very welcome! After years of MS Office, I am not going back!Published 8 months ago by JoanaKew
My son is more than happy with thisApple MD760B/A 13.3 inch MacBook Air, he prefers Apple to Windows operationsPublished 11 months ago by Feshta