01 Sep MacBook Air – Make big things happen. All day long.
The MacBook Air combines the power of the MacBook Pro and the portability of the MacBook to create a notebook that can stay with you for the whole day. So, from your early morning lecture to your late-night studying, you can continue to work unplugged. When it’s time to relax you can get up to 12 hours of film playback without having to plug back in.
Whatever you throw at the MacBook Air, the recently updated fifth-generation Intel Core processors are up to the task. From editing photos to creating 5,000 word essays, everything happens fast. And all of that power is encased in a small design that only weighs 1.35kg, so taking it from university to halls to home, it will never drag you down.
Why would students have a MacBook Air?
The middle-child of the MacBook range is the cheapest, giving students access to the portable Mac experience at a cheaper price point. Apple doesn’t let the price stop it creating a fantastic notebook by giving the option to upgrade to an Intel Core i7 processor and 512GB solid state drive (up to 17 times faster than a standard 5400-rpm hard drive).
With its 13.3-inch screen you won’t be squinting to see the words you type, and with Thunderbolt 2 and USB 3.0 ports, you can rest assured your accessories already work with the MacBook Air.
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If you find that you need to upgrade the processor and/or storage within the MacBook Air, Student Superstore offers custom-built MacBook Airs to suit everyone’s needs.