Apple MacBook Air MJVE2LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (128 GB) NEWEST VERSION

1.6GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor
Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz
Intel HD Graphics 6000
4GB memory
128GB PCIe-based flash storage
Apple MacBook Air MJVE2LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (128 GB) NEWEST VERSION

Product Features

  • 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 2.7 GHz) with 3 MB shared L3 cache
  • 4 GB of 1600 MHz LPDDR3 RAM; 128 GB PCIe-based flash storage
  • 13.3-Inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Glossy Widescreen Display, 1440 x 900 resolution
  • Intel HD Graphics 6000
  • OS X Yosemite, Up to 12 Hours of Battery Life

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3 Responses to Apple MacBook Air MJVE2LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (128 GB) NEWEST VERSION

  1. Gold Fish Lung

    The Bezels are not that big, really. 0

  2. It looks and feels nice. But the lack of a full HD screen doesn’t justify the price tag. 0

  3. speedythecat "speedythecat"

    LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE! Picked up a 11″ 256GB at the Apple Store only because Amazon only carried the 128GB in the 11″. Would have rather picked it up here as it was a few dollars cheaper and triple points on my Amazon Card on purchases here.My only prior mac experience was a 2012 Mac Mini which I adored and sold it for what I paid for it a 6 months later when I thought new models were coming out. By the time they did, my money plans had changed. Bought another windows machine, that was HP junk. But I’m back on track and mac till the day I die.I’m not a fanboy. If it sucked, I’d say it sucks. However I am a great lover of every apple product I’ve ever owned. Countless iPods, a few iPhones, Apple TV, etc… It all words like it should. Well designed, well built, easy and FUN to use.I have some cheapskate relatives that look at apple as overpriced. However, my opinion is, Apple products are an investment. Use a windows laptop 3 years and if it even runs right (good luck) you can’t get $100 for it. Meanwhile every apple product I’ve ever sold to upgrade brought me 3/4+ of the original purchase price. Most of the apple products I’ve had cost me 30cents to 1.00 a day the whole time I owned them. Life’s short people… You owe it to yourself to enrich your life any way you can.Last week I wanted to rip 5 new CDs I had bought on my HP “craptop”. I swear I spent all freakin afternoon and the frustration was unreal. I know what I’m doing, I’ve ripped countless thousands of discs over the years and I made up my mind that day it was time to fork out the money.Even though I had forgotten most of what I knew about my old mac, I plugged in the SuperDrive and did nothing more. Had 3 new CDs to rip and spent 4 minutes average to rip them. Burnt a couple others, equally as fast. I was actually disappointed that it didn’t take longer because this thing is FUN to play with. Call me crazy, but I like FUN as opposed to FRUSTRATION.Full disclosure, I’m a 46 YR old male who probably has below avg computer skills for my age. I have a few buddies who are BIGTIME computer nerds and they like Android and Windows machines because they know how to make them work well (sometimes) and I think they prefer them because they can show off their skill. They don’t like Apple stuff because a person of even below avg intelligence could teach their self how to use an Apple product as good as any computer expert could. Personally I’m fine with whatever floats their boat and to each their own. For me, I’ll stick with the well built, easy and fun to use toys that have high resale value because I’ll always want to own what Apple comes out with next.I’m trying to think if something negative to say about this spring 2015 MacBook Air or Apple in general but I’m at a loss. Can’t really complain about any aspect of it.My wife used it and it rocked her world and she won’t give it back. So I’m gonna mess with it some more and decide if I want the exact same for me, the 13″ or wait till April 10 for the new Macbook 12″I spent about 2 whole days comparing every tiny aspect of the current spring 2015 lineup and here’s my thoughts… They are all fantastic but for me, the Pro is overkill in every way. I don’t need the extra size or weight and I don’t like that it is the last year before that model sees a complete design overhaul which is due 2016.As far as the Spring 2015 Air 11 & 13 vs the 12″ new macbook April 10, 2015 release:Laptop Options11″ AIR 128/4GB = 899(I needed larger SSD)11″ AIR 256/4GB = 1099(What I purchased for my wife)11″ AIR 256/8BG = 1199(Double RAM $100)13″ AIR 128/4GB = 999(I needed larger SSD)13″ AIR 256/4GB = 1199(Larger screen, 10:9 screen ratio, card reader, faster flash memory, but heavier)13″ AIR 256/8GB = 1299(Larger screen, 10:9, card reader, faster flash memory, double RAM, but heavier)12″ MACBOOK 256/8GB = 1299(Larger screen, retina display, 10:9, double ram, faster flash, better keyboard, better keyboard lighting, lighter, thinner, usb-C port, newest trackpad, color choice)Cons for new macbook compared to 11″ MacBook Air. only 1 port No glow apple Adapters Less powerful processor 1st gen possible issues Downgraded FaceTime cam. No MagSafe Only 1 port $200 more than my config.Pros over my 11″ air Retina display Thinner, smaller, lighter Newest trackpad New key mechanism LED behind each key 8GB memory over 4GB 16:10 ratio screen 3 color choicesA few other thoughts… If you google it, you will find people on forums who have had eye problems they believe from using the…

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