Apple just released today, two new models of the MacBook Air, available in 11 and 13 inch models starting from $999 to $1599. The latest iteration of the MacBook Air comes with flash storage ranging from 64 GB to 256 GB.
The new MacBook Air is fast, light and efficient. It’s only 0.19 inch thin. It boots up instantly in stand-by mode. Because of the all-efficient flash memory, battery life is 5 hours for the 11-inch and 7 hours in the 13-inch model.
The new MacBook Air comes with a multi-touch Trackpad, allowing users to pinch, swipe, drag, open and rotate images using one, two or several fingers. Users can swipe up, down, left and right in just about any application.
The screen resolution for the MacBook Air is quite high. The 11-inch screen features a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio. The new MacBook Air also comes with FaceTime, stereo speakers, Intel Core 2 Duo processors and a Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics processor. And, it’s powered by the Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
Here’s a piece of the next generation of the MacBook Air from ZDNet.