Experiencing like Using iPad on Apple’s new MacBook Air

The famous technology journalist Walt Mossberg recently reviewed Apple’s new MacBook Air notebooks the new two model 11-inch and 13-inch plus aluminum body. We found Mossberg’s review that published on Thursday.According to appleinsider.com he noted that battery life is much strong. And the system wakes up from sleep almost instantly and the systems mainly the 11.6-inch configuration is like quite iPad.

According to The Wall Street Journal the new thin-and-light machines is not be able to serve as a primary computer for power users, but should be enough for light-duty users.He also note that even the base $999 model was powerful enough to run seven or eight programs at once, including Microsoft Office, iTunes and a Safari Web browser with 20 tabs open.

“The new Airs aren’t meant to be the most robust machines,” Mossberg wrote. “They use last-generation Intel processors and have only two gigabytes of memory in their base configuration, and their storage is well below typical hard-disk capacities.”

He recommended that buyers of the 11-inch model spend $200 to double the internal storage to 128GB. People who do video editing would also be wise to double the RAM to 4GB for $100.

Mossberg also conducted “harsh battery tests,” in which he found that the 11-inch model — with all power-saving features off, Wi-Fi on and screen brightness maximized — garnered 4 hours and 43 minutes of uptime. The 13-inch model in similar conditions lasted 6 hours and 13 minutes.

“This means that, in normal use, with power-saving features turned on, you’d be almost certain to meet, or possibly exceed, Apple’s claimed battery life,” he wrote.

Indications are that the new MacBook Airs, particularly the $999 entry-level model, are off to a strong start. On Wednesday, Apple updated the shipping time for the low-end model to 1 to 3 business days, suggesting it has seen the greatest sales in the new lineup’s first week.

This is all about the two new model. Apple’s new MacBook Air are available on Amazon.com. So you can order and Buy now form here.
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Imrul Haque is Product Engineer at TheTechJournal. He writes about new products and covers mobile apps. You can reach him on Twitter And Google+.

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