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Apple MacBook Air (13-inch Retina Display, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage) - Space Gray (Previous Model)

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About this item Stunning 13.3-inch Retina display with True Tone technology Backlit Magic Keyboard and Touch ID Tenth-generation Intel Core i5 processor Intel Iris Plus Graphics Fast SSD storage 8GB of memory Stereo speakers with wider stereo sound Two Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) ports Up to 11 hours of battery life Force Touch trackpad Show more
J. T.
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on April 26, 2020

Review:I first bought the lowest-priced MacBook Air which has the lowest capacity SSD of all available. When it showed up at my house, I was surprised at how sluggish it was. I read some reviews, and realized that Apple didn't make it clear (at least to me) that the lowest-priced Air also has a slower, dual core processor. It makes sense in hindsight, but I digress. I returned that Air, and replaced it with the 500+GB SSD and quad core processor. Wow! The difference in performance is marked! Multitasking, turning on from sleep, everything is MUCH quicker and smoother than with the dual core processor. If you can afford the higher-priced model, I really recommend it! Overall, the MacBook Air is really a beautiful machine aesthetically. I the recycled aluminum exterior is slick and high-end. The onboard speaker won't ever be confused for an external sound system, but it is the best onboard speaker system I've heard. The Retina screen looks great; vibrant and detailed. I also love the large touch pad with the gestures. My favorite aspect of the laptop is the OS. Out of the box this runs Catalina. I haven't owned a Mac since the iBook G4, but I got back into it without much exploring required. I like how easily it works with my iPhone XR as well. Getting texts on the laptop, or pushing a webpage on my iPhone to my Air is seamless and easy. Things just work. I needed to download updated drivers so that I could print wirelessly to my Canon laser printer, but that took five minutes. I also downloaded and installed Chrome for Mac, which I use for a few things, but Safari works very well for the sites I visit. I did have to buy a converter cable that switched from the onboard USB-C to a regular USB cable for a few attachments I have, but that was pretty cheap (especially for an Apple product). I wish the Air had one more USB-C port. Some people hate the onboard camera. At first I was disappointed with it too. With all of this COVID business, I use my laptop to play D&D online with friends via Roll20. We use cameras to interact with each other, and although I found the onboard camera to be slightly grainy, it is very fluid. One of my friends commented that everyone else's video feed stuttered as they moved, but mine looked like he was watching TV. So, although it could be better, it is NOT horrible for my purposes. For the price we pay, Apple could beef up the camera, but it is what it is. Read more

Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 10, 2020

Review:I’m upgrading from a 2014 MacBook Air, and the things I like and dislike are largely the same (that’s not a bad thing!) The form factor is not new, but it is still great. It’s the perfect size and weight if you ask me; It slips into a backpack or carryon easily but it is perfectly useable. My last model lasted forever without problems. The hinge is nice, the body feels just right. The screen is bright, the colors are rich. It automatically adjusts to brightness, and this feature is better implemented than any computer or phone I’ve used—it’s hardly noticeable but always seems to be perfectly adjusted. The keyboard is not bad...all the reviews seem to be in love with the keyboard, but it’s hard to notice any improvement from the 2014 model (the much-criticized butterfly mechanism was introduced in 2015 and retired before this model was introduced). I like that it is backlit. The trackpad is larger and pressure-sensitive, but I haven’t noticed much of a difference in day-to-day use. The webcam is also unimpressive compared to more modern phones or dedicated’s often grainy and gives poor results in low light. I thought that the addition of a fingerprint reader was a gimmick, but I actually love how it makes logon and payment through Apple Pay a snap! The performance is a bit disappointing; it’s not noticeably snappier than my 2014 MacBook Air, and compared to my two year old Windows-based Intel i5 desktop, it’s slower. It’s not terrible and it doesn’t take away from the user experience, but it doesn’t have that snappy new computer wow-factor. The port selection is anemic. It has just two USB-C ports and a headphone jack compared to my 2014 MacBook Air which had two USB-A, a MagSafe charging port, a headphone jack, an SD card reader, and a ThunderBolt port. I miss the MagSafe connector, which saved my computer from harm and me from embarrassment more times than I’d care to admit. In practice, I can use all the same ports as before, but only if I use a dongle for just about anything. There are a couple neat tricks that USB-C brings to the table; you can charge from a battery pack, use your computer to charge your devices, and the charging speed is much faster. The software has a couple neat updates to Mac OS that I really like. SideCar allows you to use an iPad as a second screen, which I really appreciate when doing work. The computer automatically deletes installers after you’re done with installation, which is a welcome touch! All in all, it’s not perfect but it’s nice update to a classic, and generally hits the right notes. Read more

Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 25, 2020

Review:With the exception of a 24-hour period previously, this is my first Mac. In fact, I just moved over to Apple products recently after being anti such for many years. The first one arrived with that retina laminate bubble problem many are speaking of. Requested replacement through Amazon immediately and a replacement arrived the next day. So far, this screen seems fine. The camera is definitely a gripe. However, if I am being honest, I never used the webcam on my previous PC (which luckily still works and has a great camera) until the pandemic. My guess is most people wouldn't have even noticed or been inconvenienced by the low grade quality of the camera on the MBA 2020 if it weren't for the current circumstances and what is now a greater need for the technology. These are expensive machines (obviously) so I definitely made sure to buy a protective case for it as well as a keyboard cover. Also important to point out are the improvements to the keyboard. The previous aforementioned MB model I had in my possession for less than 24 hours was returned because I just couldn't see myself being able to adjust to the butterfly keyboard. Kudos to Apple for seeing the need for doing away with that. I would love to give it a 5, but the slight anxiety I have over the potential for Retina display issues going forward and the unfortunate decision to not upgrade the webcam made it so that I couldn't. However, a 4 rating is high for me and one that I would seldom give any product, so this definitely a product that I recommend if one is interested in crossing the river over to Apple. Read more

guy st pierre

Date:Reviewed in Canada 🇨🇦 on October 3, 2021

Review:Ease of usage. Very simple to understand Read more

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