Apple has just released new Macbook Air laptops. While there aren't major changes to the machines except for the price drop of about $100 across all the four models. The machines will now ship with a faster Intel processor. Starting today, the price of the basic 11.6" Macbook Air will be $899 (earlier $999) and the entry level 13" Macbook Air will be available for $999 (earlier $1099). Both these models will ship with 128 GB of Solid State Drive (SSD) and have 4GB of on-board memory (RAM). The top-end models will carry 256 GB of SSD storage with the 11" costing $1099 and the 13" costing about $1199.
The Macbook Air will now ship with an upgraded dual-core Intel processor operating at 1.4 GHz (Core i5). All the four machines ship with Intel HD Graphics 5000 to handle the graphics. If you are looking to buy a new Mac, you're getting a good deal!
It's however expected that Apple will announce a new entry in the Air lineup; a 12" Macbook Air with Retina Display. While the official announcements are just few weeks away; we strongly recommend that you should wait til WWDC, scheduled between 2-6 June in San Francisco.
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