Apple’s Back to the Mac event finally came and thanks to it we finally learned details about the new MacBook Air. Two new laptops from the Air series were unveiled, with the already existing one being updated and a new 11.6 inch version being introduced. What’s changed? The case, that’s been reworked and the specs, that were upgraded.
The new 11.6 inch MacBook Air is already available online and it’ll reach Apple stores soon. It goes for $999 in the 64GB SSD version and $1,199 for the 128GB SSD. Here’s the specs list of the device:
Display: 11.6 inch LED screen, 1366 x 768 pixels
CPU: 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo, Nvidia GeForce 320M GPU
Connectivity: 2 USB ports, Mini DisplayPort, MagSafe port, WiFi 802.11n
Battery life: 5 hours usage, 30 days standby
Other details: full aluminum unibody case, multitouch glass trackpad.
As far as the 13.3 inch MacBook Air is concerned, it’ll retail for $1,399 in the 128GB SSD version and $1,599 for 256GB of storage. This model brings the following features as extras, compared to the 11.6 inch Air: a 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, an SD card reader and a battery that last 7 hours (usage) or 30 days (standby).