Macbook Air

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Macbookair - Reception - Early Issues
... The MacBook Air was greeted with a mixed reception when it was introduced ... The portability of the MacBook Air was praised in reviews, but the compromise in features was criticized ... The flip-down hatch on the side of the original MacBook Air is a tight fit for some headphone plugs and USB devices, requiring users to purchase an extension cable ...
Macbookair - Reception - Competition - "Thinnest" Disputes
... At the launch of the first MacBook Air in January 2008, Apple claimed it to be the thinnest laptop in the world ... The discontinued Sharp Actius MM10 Muramasas was described in some sources as thinner than the Macbook Air, being 0.54 inches (14 mm) thick at its minimum ... It, like the MacBook Air, was a tapered design, with a maximum height of 0.78 inches (20 mm), in fact slightly thicker than the MacBook Air ...
Solid-state Drive - Commercialization - Availability
... On January 31, 2008, Apple released the MacBook Air, a thin laptop with an optional 64 GB SSD ... Since October 2010, Apple's MacBook Air line has used a solid state drive as standard ... available consumer computers using SSDs aside from the MacBook Air ...
Macbookair
... The MacBook Air family is a line of ultraportable Macintosh notebook computers created by Apple Inc ... The Air was designed to balance both performance and portability it has a full-sized keyboard design and a machined aluminium casing with extremely ... The MacBook Air is available in two sizes 11.6 inch and 13.3 inch (or 29.46 cm and 33.78 cm, respectively) ...
Micro-DVI
... Windows Vista PC and the Original 2008 Apple MacBook Air laptop computers ... It is smaller than the Mini-DVI port used by its MacBook sister models ... to DVI adapter and a Micro-DVI to VGA adapter were included with previous versions of the MacBook Air ...

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