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Full Review: mid-2013 11-inch Apple MacBook Air
Monday, July 1, 2013 @ 6:50am

Apple’s new MacBook Air range is being marketed by the company for its outstanding claimed battery life. Apple is also touting faster flash memory, new 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity as well as the new found graphics prowess of Intel’s fourth-generation Core i5 and i7 dual-core processors. However, its genre-defining design remains unchanged for the sixth-generation model, while it also continues with a TN panel when its competitors are moving to IPS technology and higher resolutions. Does the 11-inch MacBook Air have what it takes to remain at the top of the ultraportable segment? Read on in our full review of the mid-2013 11-inch MacBook Air.





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