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MacBook Air 13.6" Laptop - Apple M2 chip - 8GB Memory - 512GB SSD - Space Gray - Space Gray

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    M2 Air Review from a Lifelong Apple Hater's POV

    Pros Beautiful display that can easily match up to my old Alienware with its color accuracy and brightness range. Exceptional build quality - it feels like a premium product in basically every way. The 13.6" screen size is perfect for my use case. Anything more feels like overkill now. Only 2.7 pounds in weight, which is fantastic for portability. Keyboard is the best I've ever typed on by miles. Even mechanical gaming keyboards don't feel nearly as good to me, and it really does seem as if my typing speed and accuracy are vastly improved with the Magic Keyboard on this device. Exceptional raw performance for productivity purposes - webpages and basic applications open and run without problems. Unified memory architecture means that even the 8GB of memory my model has is normally enough for nearly everything I throw at it. (Context: Unified memory lets the device switch over to the SSD storage for memory allocation purposes after the RAM fills up). The Starlight color I got is gorgeous and almost certainly better for daily use than the fingerprint-prone Midnight. Unmatchable battery life thanks to how energy-efficient the M2 chip is. I could very easily get 12+ hours of web browsing use out of this thing if I tried. Cons Running games on this thing is a massive hassle, but to expect anything else from a MacOS device is asking too much. Lack of support for a few Windows applications, but those are mostly games to begin with, so it leads into my previous point. All the productivity applications I personally need are supported on MacOS, so it's not a big deal. Trackpad normally feels great, but there are some weird occasional bugs with responsiveness. Despite Apple touting the iOS support of the M-series chips as a major feature, it's very limited as it stands. Only a few iOS games are natively supported, and the rest need to be emulated via PlayCover. It gets somewhat hotter than expected, but that's usually when performing tasks that the device isn't designed to do, and the excess heat doesn't affect battery life nearly as much as I expected. Not having a fan is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, no obscene amounts of noise when doing literally anything; on the other, it lets the device thermal throttle as much as it wants whenever it gets hot. But I'