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MacBook Air 13.3″ Laptop – Apple M1 chip – 8GB Memory – 256GB SSD (Latest Model) – Gold

$595.99

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on July 21, 2024 2:01 am Details
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Specification: MacBook Air 13.3″ Laptop – Apple M1 chip – 8GB Memory – 256GB SSD (Latest Model) – Gold

Screen Size

13.3 inches

Product Name

MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop – Apple M1 chip – 8GB Memory – 256GB SSD (Latest Model)

Touch Screen

No

Processor Model

Apple M1

Processor Model Number

Apple M1

Storage Type

SSD

Total Storage Capacity

256 gigabytes

Solid State Drive Capacity

256 gigabytes

System Memory (RAM)

8 gigabytes

Operating System

macOS Big Sur 11.0

Voice Assistant Built-in

Siri

Battery Life

18 hours

Battery Type

Lithium-polymer

Wireless Networking

Wireless-A, Wireless-AC, Wireless-AX, Wireless-B, Wireless-G, Wireless-N

Screen Resolution

2560 x 1600 (Retina)

Brand

Apple

Casing Material

Aluminum

Model Number

MGND3LL/A

Color

Gold

Color Category

Gold

Screen Type

LED

Processor Brand

Apple

Processor Cores

8-core

Type of Memory (RAM)

LPDDR4X

Video Memory Type

Shared

Internet Connectivity

Wi-Fi

Backlit Keyboard

Yes

Headphone Jack

Yes

Security Features

Fingerprint reader

Product Height

0.63 inches

Number of Thunderbolt 3 Ports

2

Power Supply Input

USB Type C

Power Supply Maximum Wattage

30 watts

Front-Facing Camera

Yes

Front Facing Camera Video Resolution

720p

Built-In Microphone

Yes

Keyboard Touch Screen

No

Touchpad Type

Force Touch trackpad

Audio Technology

Wide stereo sound

Speaker Type

Stereo speakers

Mac Features

Force touch trackpad, Siri, Touch ID sensor, True Tone

Bluetooth Enabled

Yes

Number of Thunderbolt Ports (Total)

2

Product Width

11.97 inches

Product Depth

8.36 inches

Product Weight

2.8 pounds

ENERGY STAR Certified

Yes

EPEAT Qualified

Yes

EPEAT Level

Gold

Additional Accessories Included

30W USB-C power adapter, USB-C charge cable (2m)

Included Software

Photos, iMovie, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Siri, Safari, Mail, FaceTime, Messages, Maps, News, Stocks, Home, Voice Memos, Notes, Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, Photo Booth, Preview, Books, App Store, Time Machine, TV, Music, Podcasts

Numeric Keypad

No

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year

UPC

194252049013

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  1. Samk

    M1 chip is faster than core i5. I see there is quite a big difference in machine handling concurrent applications at a time. Really nice improvement by Apple.

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  2. AquariusBeauty83

    I’ve purchased this model of the MacBook; the day after Christmas. When I bought it, I fell in love with it. I bought the Gold Color; which I thought was cute. Although the MacBook came with the 256GB which I thought was enough. I bought this MacBook for online school, it is so flawless. I love the quietness, no viruses and the compatibility. It is very fast. This is my first MacBook and I will keep it forever.

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  3. BMunster

    The M1 chip in the MacBook Air is amazing. It’s super fast, quiet, and the Retina display is amazing.
    I was lucky enough to get a refurbished unit (excellent condition) for $750, which made it even better. It was honestly like brand new in an Apple box, etc.
    I could not be happier with my purchase. BestBuy Customer Service is the greatest.

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  4. Alexx96

    love the screen
    the movies look very nice
    my first time with a MacBook and it is amazing

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  5. Chisa

    I bought this laptop literally 8 months after I bought a HP Pavilion 360 that was so loud and just could NOT handle basic tasks without getting hot. I was so disappointed that I vowed to never use a PC again. That laptop costs way too much to not make it a year. I already have an iPad Air 4, Apple Watch, iPhone and Apple TV’s, I figured that this would probably be a nice new change of pace. As a person who has never used a Mac, I can honestly say that for me personally it does take a lot of getting used to, but its a nice new change. I love everything about this laptop. Even typing is a lot easier and much more smooth and I can not even imagine how I was doing it before. I was at home watching tv and doing some homework and I noticed that my keyboard was lit and I LOVE that as well, no more having the light on all night to finish an assignment. It’s much speedier than my PC which had about the same specs as far as memory and the difference is huge. This laptop for being the most basic model blows my old PC out of the water. Maybe it’s the M1 chip but I can zoom and do other assignments for class without a skipping a beat. I can’t believe that I am just now making the switch. I think the only thing that I don’t like is figuring out how to do the simplest tasks. I have to YouTube how to do everything, but again, that’s only because I’ve always been a Windows fan. This laptop is so light, I almost forget that its in my backpack and have to remember not to be so rough with my backpack. My PC took a beating but I didn’t care because they always managed to still work, even after stepping on them. I’m not so sure about this one and I don’t want to find out. It was pretty easy to set up considering I didn’t transfer anything from my PC. I wanted it to be like brand new and to only have what I need on here. the battery life lasts me until I get of of work and it still has about 36% left and that’s from using Zoom the entire time and having the lighting pretty dim. All I can say it, it lasts a lot longer than my HP which would last me about 3 hours with Zoom before I had to charge.
    Basically, this was one of the best decisions I could have made and I hope this laptop will last me for years to come. Thank you Apple for such amazing products.

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  6. Happy

    Replaced my 10-year-old MacBook Air & I am so happy. The new one has many improvements, for example in the grammar & spelling corrections. Speed is greatly improved. Unfortunately the USB port is different so I had to buy an adapter to look at any old flash drives. Not sure why they did that, but since it’s Apple, I’m sure there was a good reason.

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  7. Dnice

    I own two Mac Airs. One from 2014 and this one. I would like to compare the two because I feel there are some features on the older version that are more desirable.
    1. The Battery
    The new Mac battery lasts forever and charges quickly with a USB-C port. I favor the older magnetic charger but that’s a small thing.
    2. Display
    The new display is very clear however, the screen extends to the very edge of the device similar to the iPhone. So if you drop this device you’re screwed. I dropped my 2014 and it dented the edge of the screen but didn’t break the glass because of the extra aluminum edge. I don’t think the new Mac screen would survive this.
    3. The web cam
    The 2014 is very dark for some reason. The new Mac seems to have fixed this issue with a nice and clear video.
    4. USB ports
    The 2014 has 2 USB-A ports, a lighting connection port, phone jack and an SDXC card slot
    The new Mac only has two USB-C ports and a headphone jack! so you need a number of adapters to connect anything which is quite annoying especially since my wireless mouse uses an old USB-A. Apple only sells limited adapters so you need to buy PC adapters which I’m not crazy about. However I have a dual USB-A adapter from Dell that works great
    5. The Chip
    The M1 chip is lighting fast. Even though my 2014 has an 1.4 Ghz dual core I5, it doesn’t compare.
    6. The famous logo
    It’s another little thing but, I liked the illuminated apple logo on the back of the 2014. Maybe its no longer there to extend battery life? Idk but I thought it was a nice feature that separated apple from the rest.

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  8. Tori

    I bought this online in “Open box” condition meaning the display model. It was described as being on excellent condition and all in all I ended up paying around $970 for it after taxes and fees. When I first received the laptop I was immediately in awe of its beauty (I bought the rose gold version) However upon trying to set up the laptop and gain access into it I ran into a bunch of issues which required me to contact Apple support. Best Buy had not done a software reset on the laptop before shipping it to me which resulted in me not being able to log in or set up my password. It was only after 2 days of receiving it that Apple finally pin pointed the issue and was able to walk me through doing a complete reset thereby allowing me to finally gain access into my laptop! Ever since then I’ve been in love with it! My only small complaint would be that I have to buy an adapter now to be able to connect my phone to it, other than that this was a great buy!

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    MacBook Air 13.3″ Laptop – Apple M1 chip – 8GB Memory – 256GB SSD (Latest Model) – Gold
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