Apple MacBook Air (2.1) 1.60Ghz 13” (late 2008)


Apple MacBook Air (2.1) 1.60Ghz 13” (late 2008)

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What do you receive?
Apple MacBook Air (2.1) 1.60Ghz 13” (late 2008) refurbished – used *
MegSafe compatible power supply.

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* Degree of reconditioning
GRADE “B”: the device shows signs of wear that do not affect its use.

The Apple MacBook Air “Core 2 Duo” 1.6 13 “- affectionately nicknamed” MBA “- was Apple’s first serious foray into the subnotebook market from the PowerBook 2400c and the PowerBook Duo line (though the 12-inch PowerBook G4 models ) were rather small).

“MBA” is powered by a customized Intel Core 2 “Core 2 Duo” (P7500) processor in a miniaturized package design with two independent processor “cores” on a single chip with a shared level 2 cache on a 4 MB chip running on a 800 MHz frontside bus.

It features 2 GB of DDR2 SDRAM 667 MHz on board, an 120 GB PATA hard disk (4200 RPM), an integrated Intel GMA X3100 graphics processor with 144 MB of DDR2 SDRAM shared with the main memory “, an integrated iSight camera, a full-size MacBook-style “backlit” keyboard with ambient light sensor and “glossy” display with a 13.3 “widescreen TFT LED active matrix backlight (1280×800 native resolution) in a 0.15 aluminum case -0.76 inches.

Connectivity includes AirPort Extreme (802.11a / b / g / n), Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, a single USB 2.0 port, analog audio output, and video output (micro-DVI) capabilities that support an external 24-inch screen. an external adapter is available), Firewire and optical audio input / output.

Like all subnotebooks, it is important to recognize that Apple has made some compromises on performance, expansion, connectivity and accessibility in size and weight. Although the system has an impressive size – for a subnotebook display – 13.3 “, full-screen keyboard and a trackpad that supports” multi-touch gestures “(two-finger scrolling, pinch, wheel, scroll, tap, touch two drag and drop), uses slower processors than the MacBook models available at the same time, it is not possible to upgrade the memory beyond the 2 GB built-in, there is no internal optical drive and the battery is not designed to be removable.

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