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Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Core 2 Duo 1.86GHz 2GB 120GB Notebook Computer £727.33 @ Jigsa24

£727.33 @ Jigsaw24
Apple's slimmest laptop, the MacBook Air is a beautiful lightweight computer for professionals on the go. Offering full functionality yet weighing just 1.36kg, the Air is an ultraportable solution wit…
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Apple's slimmest laptop, the MacBook Air is a beautiful lightweight computer for professionals on the go. Offering full functionality yet weighing just 1.36kg, the Air is an ultraportable solution without compromising on performance.

The notebook has a deluxe 13.3" widescreen glossy display powered by LED technology for consistently bright viewing with 30% less power consumption than a traditional LCD screen. A maximum resolution of 1280 x 800 allows for premium viewing, and with an efficient NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor, Intel Core 2 Duo 1.86GHz processor and 120GB hard drive, the Air proves an all-round impressive computer for both casual users and professionals.

The MacBook Air has 2GB RAM and a wealth of integrated features including a mini display port, AirPort Extreme wireless compatibility, Bluetooth, a USB port, speakers and an iSight camera. An Ethernet adapter, USB hub and Air SuperDrive (optical drive) are available separately for extended functionality. The notebook has a backlit keyboard for use in low light environments, and ships with Apple's revolutionary OS X Leopard operating system and the popular iLife '09 software suite (which includes iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb and GarageBand).

With up to five hours of battery life per charge, the MacBook Air is surprisingly efficient and versatile. Crafted from a single block of highly recyclable aluminium and with arsenic-free display glass, the computer holds the EPEAT Gold rating and Energy Star certification for its environmentally friendly attributes.

Exceptionally light but durable, the Apple MacBook Air notebook is the perfect travel companion for any computer user.
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#2
please edit link so it does not go to the picture
#3
Old stock...
#4
what do you expect it to be, the one that has just been realised??? :-:::::::)
#5
2bg ram oO
#6
Yeah its the older model but a good price anyway as its still a new laptop with full warranty,
#7
so shall I buy or not? i have £750 to spend? i thought this would go into orbit.. but im thinking of canceling.. what would you do?
#9
muy
so shall I buy or not? i have £750 to spend? i thought this would go into orbit.. but im thinking of canceling.. what would you do?


don't buy. the latest model is 100x better.
#10
This is so old.
1 Like #11
you'd have to be pretty ridiculous to buy this for over £300! cold :)
#12
Rotten Apple
#13
I wouldn't buy this for £750. If definitely after a Macbook Air I'd buy through Apple Higher Education store if you know somebody in university/college the 13.3" works out as £945 with 3 year warranty. Personally I wouldn't buy either though, think the money can be better spent on lightweight notebooks which might not be as thin but they are definitely very portable and well built.
#14
I would try and go for the newest Macbook Air iff posible. It runs much faster, quieter and cooler.
#15
Friend has one and it gets very very hot and is loud. Cold
1 Like #16
Jelly Bean
you'd have to be pretty ridiculous to buy this for over £300! cold :)


Just because you're poor. Maybe get a better job?
#17
I think everyone is obsessed by new models... it's still a sleek MacBook Air with acceptable specs.

R1cbm
2bg ram oO

The NEW model MacBook Air (which costs up to £1349) also has 2GB RAM!

The new model 13.3", compared with this old model, costs £372 more... You get the SAME processor speed (1.84GHz), the SAME amount of RAM (2GB DDR3) and a different graphics card with the SAME memory (256GB)...


Edited By: Chris4 on Dec 19, 2010 10:02: .
6 Likes #18
LOL I just LOVE the ridiculous comments about Apple products on these forums.

It's obvious that people who use these forums for saving 10 pence on a box of store brand cornflakes aren't going to want to spend money on luxury brands!
2 Likes #19
Chris4
I think everyone is obsessed by new models... it's still a sleek MacBook Air with acceptable specs.

R1cbm
2bg ram oO

The NEW model MacBook Air (which costs up to £1349) also has 2GB RAM!

The new model 13.3", compared with this old model, costs £372 more... You get the SAME processor speed (1.84GHz), the SAME amount of RAM (2GB DDR3) and a different graphics card with the SAME memory (256GB)...



I have owned both and although my new one has 4GB ram the difference is night and day. Obviously the new one is SSD only which helps a lot, but the new 2nd Gen Macbook Air is completely redesigned and all the heat problems from the old model are gone. The 320M graphics are great (obviously not a gaming solution) and can handle current games (low settings) and 1080p easily. I use mine hooked up to our TV via HDMi and it plays 1080p movies without missing a frame, something the older models struggled with with everything getting trottled due to heat issues.

I think the difference is the old model was always a compomise, where the new one is not. It replaced my 2010 Macbook Pro and I have no regrets. :)
#20
I don't know much about the evolution of Mac laptops but the fact that it has the Leopard OS must mean that it was manufactured in 2009 or earlier!
1 Like #21
The stunning new MacBook Air has SSD, runs faster, better graphics, high-res screen resolution and very affordable pricing. I'm using the 13" model but the 11" gets great reviews also. So in short, go for one of the newer models.
#22
tcubed
I wouldn't buy this for £750. If definitely after a Macbook Air I'd buy through Apple Higher Education store if you know somebody in university/college the 13.3" works out as £945 with 3 year warranty. Personally I wouldn't buy either though, think the money can be better spent on lightweight notebooks which might not be as thin but they are definitely very portable and well built.

How much discount do you get with Higher Education Discount?
#23
Rotten Apple
#24
quite a hefty discount.

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000716

Use that as a reference. All the higher education prices are the same, just that link is for a specific higher education institution. You change the numbers at the end of the link change depending on the university/college you attend. One thing to bear in mind is that you get 3 year warranty as standard through HE as opposed to 1. A lot of universities/colleges have agreements with apple but bear in mind that not all of them do. I know that University of Birmingham and Aston do though as I've taken advantage of the fact.

Also, just because people are giving advice as to why not to buy the laptop doesn't have anything to do with disposable income. It's got to do with spending money wisely. Dell Adamo XPS and the Sony Vaio X series are more expensive than the Air and I'd consider them if I wanted an ultraportable, but that;s personal preference so unless you can provide counter arguments to the valid concerns raised by other posters I suggest you keep your opinions on other posters to yourself.

Edited By: tcubed on Dec 19, 2010 19:28

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