Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the MacBook Air, features a 13.3-inch LED-backlit widescreen display, in the Macworld Expo during his address. MacBook Air is a computer that the company termed as the world’s thinnest notebook which is supposed to fit inside an interoffice mailing envelope easily.
The new laptop will be available within two weeks and it is priced at $1,799. With a 13.3-inch LED-backlit widescreen display having a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution, the laptop catches all eyes. It’s backlighting saves power and offers “instant on” response. The laptop, to some extent, has a wedge-shaped profile and it weighs about 3 pounds. It has a thickness of 0.16-0.76 inches and it is 12.8 inches wide and 8.95 inches deep. Technical Support for MacBook Air
With a built-in iSight webcam and a full-sized MacBook-style black keyboard, the laptop catches all eyes. Like MacBook Pros, Air’s keyboard is backlit and has an ambient light sensor to adjust brightness automatically. In addition, the newest version also boasts of a 64GB solid-state disk (SSD) drive and its hard drive is a Parallel ATA (PATA) model that operates at 4200 RPM. Its trackpad easily recognizes multi-touch gestures as similar as iPhone or iPod touch. Consequently, the MacBook Air’s trackpad is excessively large and has a 1.8-inch hard disk drive with 80GB storage capacity. Customer Support Apple Number
Powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo chip that runs at 1.6GHz, with 1.8GHz available as an option, the laptop makes a real difference to its power and performance. Like the MacBook and the MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air consists of a slimmed down MagSafe connector for power that is available with a 45 watt power adapter. The MacBook Air also has a flip-down door USB 2.0, Micro-DVI and a headphone jack. The MacBook Air also boasts of a 802.11n-based wireless networking support and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.
The Apple CEO confirmed that the MacBook Air can get about 5 hours of battery life with wireless networking turned on. The 1.6GHz chip operates with 4MB of on-chip shared L2 cache running at full processor speed, and uses an 800MHz frontside bus. It also includes 2GB of 667MH DDR2 SD RAM. Technical support number for iMac
The MacBook Air has no internal optical drive, but Apple offers a $99 USB 2.0-based add-on SuperDrive additionally for users who need it.