Here we have the Apple MacBook Air from 2018. It has been known to be a great laptop for many reasons. Let’s see what it has in store.
Hardware specs (128 GB):
13-inch LED-backlit Retina | 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 | 8GB RAM | 128GB SSD | 2.75 lbs. (1.25kgs) | Intel UHD Graphics 617 | up to 12 hours battery life
Hardware specs (256 GB):
13-inch LED-backlit Retina | 1.6 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 | 8GB RAM | 256GB SSD | 2.75 lbs. (1.25kgs) | Intel UHD Graphics 617 | up to 12 hours battery life
RATING: 8.9 out of 10
- Slim at 15.6 mm,
- Good display features
- Larger-than-normal touchpad,
- Available in gold, silver, and grey color,
- Long battery life
- USB-C ports included
- Need USB-C adapter
- Takes time to get used to the keyboard layout
Both Apple MacBook models come with a great design finish, a choice of exotic colors to choose from, slim and lightweight, and fits comfortably into a laptop bag. With its 12-hour battery life, you can do whatever work that needs to be done on the go and not worry about battery power. The system performance is a marvel thanks to the Intel i5 processor and the 8GB of system memory.
The Macbook, however, will cost you some money to buy than other similar Intel i5 models.
Input ports include 2xUSB-C input ports, that replace the standard USB 3 ports. It’s a good idea to get yourself a USB-C adapter to increase your input ports as it comes with more ports such HDMI, Ethernet, SD reader, USB, etc.
The keyboard is a cost factor for the MacBook, as it has been getting negative reviews lately. It is better to test the feel and comfort before you purchase.
Overall, if you can overlook the faults, take my suggestions you should have no trouble with it. If you interested in buying, please scroll up to the links above.
So what do you say? Is it worth considering? Are you hyped about the new Apple notebook device? Leave a comment below.