The latest MacBook Air features a stunning Retina display with True Tone technology, Touch ID, the latest Apple-designed keyboard, and a Force Touch trackpad - all housed in a thin and light iconic wedge design made from 100 percent recycled aluminum.² And with 12-hour battery life, it's a do-it-all notebook that goes all day long.¹
Stunning 13.3" Retina display with True Tone technology³
Dual-core 8th-generation Intel Core i5 processor
Intel UHD Graphics 617
Fast SSD storage
Stereo speakers with wider stereo sound
Two Thunderbolt 3 (USB Type-C) ports
Up to 12 hours of battery life¹
Latest Apple-designed keyboard
Force Touch trackpad
Available in gold, space gray, and silver
macOS Mojave, inspired by pros but designed for everyone, with Dark Mode, Stacks, easier screenshots, useful built-in apps and more
Configurable processor, memory, and storage options are available
¹ Battery life varies by use and configuration. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.
² Recycled material claim applies to the enclosure and is based on auditing done by UL LLC.
³ The display size is measured diagonally.
30W USB-C power adapter
Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Laptop with Touch ID - Intel Core i5 - 8GB Memory - 128GB Solid State Drive
I purchased one for online college work and other everyday things like banking and social media. I love that I now have somewhere to copy my photos to from my phone. No more storage issues. The fingerprint ready is convenient but sometimes you still need to use your password. Battery life is great. The screen is super clear.
Here are some cons:
Screen doesn’t get really bright. I’ve noticed that with the new iPhone 11 as well so it might be a retina side effect or something.
The charging cable is much shorter now that it’s a thunderbolt charger.
I’ve had this lab top now for a out a week. I love it. I was lucky enough to get a gold one and it’s absolutely lovely! It’s super fast and I love how it connects with my iPhone! Definitely recommend!!
Not only is this laptop beautiful, light, elegant, and an Apple product, the sale price was reasonable, the setup was flawless, and I was able to use my laptop within half an hour for my class projects. It is user friendly, comes with its own secure environment, and after Word- Microsoft was officially downloaded, all of my work is saved correctly for easy access from my tablet and phone. The lower storage can be fixed easily with an external hard drive, not that I have had to even think about that at this point. The only purchase that is a must is the multi-port adapter that is shown clearly in the description of the product. If this laptop last even near the years my Mac Mini lasted 12-15 years I will truly be amazed. If it last over the 2-3 year marker any other brand laptop I have purchased I will be very happy. It has a beautiful display and I love the dark mode along with the True Tone.
Buff guy in PC With glasses helped out a lot, super quick transaction, very friendly, immediately made himself available, and helped me find the right fit for me in the open box section! My girlfriend is very happy with her new MacBook!
MacBook Air is amazing laptop to have! This laptop works wonderfully especially when you have siblings who use it for their own homework assignments. Very organize and neat to own. As a college student is amazing product to have to your course subjects, especially if you like to keep things is order.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about sound, touchpad, image quality and size. Editors are less positive about energy and price. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 93/100 = Excellent quality.
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A:AnswerI did my laptop through progressive leasing , if you want to you can ask a Best Buy member about progressive leasing and they sign u up right then and there in the store , with progressive leasing all you need is a job and your approved rarely does people get disqualified . When I did progressive leasing with Best Buy for my Mac book air , my down payment to walk out the store was 84$ . But that’s only If you want to try progressive leasing , if not then I’m not sure how much a down deposit is through Best Buy themselves .
A:AnswerSuggested payments of $83.34 per month*. Making 12 suggested payments would pay the purchase of •$999.99• by the end of the promotion.
Now for the tiny fine print that nobody reads...
...*If not paid in full after 12 months the you’ll be stuck paying interest at a variable rate anywhere from •24% to 30%• thus paying way more than the laptop is worth. This is how they make a ton of money from financing customers. Those that really can’t afford it go for this deal and they slack on their payments. Always take full advantage of interest free financing. Pay it off before the interest free promo expires. Bonus: this will be beneficial to anyone trying to build credit or increase your credit score.
I do not suggest exceeding 12 months.