The new MacBook Air.
Better graphics. More storage. Yet still the world’s thinnest notebook
The new MacBook Air is still ultrathin, ultraportable, and ultra unlike anything else. But somehow there’s room to add so much more. A bigger hard drive. A 4x graphics performance boost. And more power for everyday tasks. Mobile computing has yet another new standard.
What makes the
Air so thin?
MacBook Air is nearly as thin as your index finger. Yet it has a 13.3-inch LED-backlit display, a full-size keyboard, and a large Multi-Touch trackpad. It’s incomparably portable — without the ultraportable screen and keyboard compromises.
Advanced NVIDIA integrated graphics.
The NVIDIA GeForce 9400M brings amazing, high-speed graphics to MacBook Air. With up to a 4x graphics performance boost, graphics-intensive applications now run faster. Movie and video playback is now richer. Even Cover Flow flips more smoothly. It’s a quantum leap for MacBook Air graphics.
More room. So you can take it all with you.
The MacBook Air hard drive is now larger at 120GB. So now there’s plenty of storage space for your photos, movies, documents — basically everything you want and need to take with you. Or upgrade to a 128GB solid-state drive, which has no moving parts, for enhanced durability.
Built for the
MacBook Air takes full advantage of the wireless world. A world in which 802.11n Wi-Fi is so fast and so available, you can truly live untethered — buying and renting movies online, printing wirelessly, and sharing and storing files on the web.