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Apple Macbook Air 11-inch Price by Country
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Hong Kong HKD 9,464
Indonesia IDR 8,900,000
Malaysia MYR 4,079
Philippines PHP 40,990
Singapore SGD 584
Vietnam VND 14,970,000

Expert Reviews

pinoytechblog.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-26
Been using my MacBook Air 11.6″ as a workhorse for about a month now and I think we owe you, our readers, a review of this latest notebook by Apple.But before I go any further let me caution you that I'm a first time user of a Macbook, so there's a 180-de...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-31
Very slim and light, Large multitouch touchpad, Shell nicely finished, HDReady screen (1366 x 768)Glossy panel, Very reduced interface connectivity
Laptop screens aren't reputed for their quality. The first problem is that they still have unresponsive TN panels (from above the screen looks dark and when looking from below, white; when you're viewing from the side you lose visibility as soon as the...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2011-03-11
Extremely slim and portable, Well built and elegantly designed, Fun to use, Good displayPoor port selection, Mediocre performance, Expensive
Thinner is better. At least, that's what Apple seems to think, judging by the new MacBook Air. It's so thin you could use it to shave. In fact, the 11-inch version is the most portable laptop we've ever encountered, even taking netbooks into account. B...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2011-03-02
Build, design, powerful for its size, great screen, exemplary keyboardPrice, inevitably lacks connections, no battery indicator
The Apple MacBook Air 11-inch pushes into a new space for Apple, slotting between the existing (and refreshed) Air 13-inch, and above the iPad. It means Apple now has a compact and extremely portable format of computer: Apple had always said they woul...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-02-11
The MacBook Air 11in is an ultraportable that weighs a single kilogram and tapers to a front edge just 3.1mm thick. But it's so many other things too. It's the nearest Apple has come to creating a netbook. It's the obvious destination for Apple's deskt...
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pcquest.com
Reviewed on 2011-02-02
Apple's Macbook Air is a a notebook that is aimed at people who like to travel light and still have the full functionality of notebook. The original Macbook Air that was launched in 2008 got updates through 2008 and 2009 in terms of hardware, but not i...
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techtree.com
Reviewed on 2011-01-07
Extremely thin and light, sturdy build quality, very good display, comfortable keyboard, excellent trackpad, good battery life, quick startup time, respectable performance despite slow processorNo backlight for keyboard, no external battery status indicator, speakers could have been bit louder, 64GB on base model is too less, 128GB model is too expensive
Expert Review The original MacBook Air that launched two years back was a remarkable machine. It was the thinnest notebook at the time of its launch, and even though others soon caught up with it in terms of thinness, the Air still held its own when...
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etechreviews.com
Reviewed on 2011-01-01
We have all been waiting for Apple to announce the 11 inch MacBook Air, there were widespread rumors about it and when Apple finally showed it at the Mac Event, I realized that it was one of the worst kept secrets. Apart from the new 11 inch laptop, Ap...
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tbreak.ae
Reviewed on 2010-12-27
Beautiful design, extremely snappy and an awesome standby time,No backlit keyboard, No 3G and a bit underwhelming performance
Apple leads- others follow as far as hardware designs are concerned. From the MacBook to the iPhone to the Air and the iPad, we have seen Apple create wonderful designs that other manufacturers have been “inspired” by. And by looking at the latest vers...
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zath.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-12-16
The MacBook Air has always been a proof of concept for Apple. A product that shows them as one of the world’s leading companies in design. A product which boasts such a thin profile. A product so light that you can put it in your bag without knowing it...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2010-12-13
Slim, thin, elegant, stylish, Unibody aluminum shell, well built, Builtin flashstorage is really fast, Improved Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics, Battery lasts 5 hours, Runs surprisingly coolOlder Core 2 Duo processor, No ethernet, card slot
's continues to be an elegant style statement that remains hard to emulate. , the new is the slimmest, most lightest Apple MacBook ever. The new 11-inch MacBook Air isn’t only a whole new form factor but it opens a fresh chapter in mainstream laptop ...
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crn.com
Reviewed on 2010-12-13
Page 1 of 4 When Apple launched its updated line of MacBook Air notebooks, the company effectively went to war with every way we've come to use Windows-based mobile PCs for the past 15 years. In many ways, it's untying us from the past and linking us t...
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firstpost.com
Reviewed on 2010-12-10
The new 11-inch Air is undeniably gorgeous and will win many people over purely for its looks, but is sadly just a bit too underpowered to be recommended wholeheartedly.
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2010-12-02
Extremely thin and light, Exceptional manufacturing quality, Robust and high quality aluminum case, Exceptional input devices, Quiet with a low load, Graphics performanceFew interfaces, No UMTS, Few and difficult to access upgrade possibilities, No backlit keyboard
The MacBook Air 11 can be configured to some extend in the Apple online store. There is an optional 200 MHz stronger processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a 128 GB SSD. Only the SSD can theoretically also be upgraded to at a later date, since the processor and the ...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-12-01
Superb industrial design, full size keyboard and trackpad, excellent display, snappy performance, good battery lifeSmall storage capacity, no backlit keyboard, limited specifications, limited ports, can’t be upgraded
Apple's previous MacBook Air, an ultraportable laptop designed primarily for travelling, was widely criticised for its high price and lack of features. Apple has responded with an upgraded version of the MacBook Air; like most Apple products, it once ...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-29
Flash storage, Great new graphics chipset, Enhanced battery life, 30-day standby mode, High-resolution screenProcessors relatively slow, No backlit keyboard, No SD card reader, No 3G internet, Still a little expensive
Although an excellent technological achievement, the MacBook Air has previously struggled to find its niche in the Apple notebook range. It was too expensive to compete with the low-end MacBook, and not powerful enough to replace the higher-specced Mac...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-26
It was a long time coming, but after months upon months of speculation, there was very little surprise when Apple finally announced that it had indeed been . It’s important to remember, of course, that the 11in MacBook Air is decidedly not a net...
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itpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-11-25
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channelpro.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-11-24
An incredible piece of engineering that squeezes just enough power and battery life from the skinniest chassis imaginable We’re not entirely sure what category the MacBook Air 11in belongs in. On the face of it, it’s an executive ultraportable that we...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2010-11-23
from $1199 (1.4GHz, 64GB hard disk) 3/5 Advertisement: Story continues below "Netbooks aren't better than anything." That was Steve Jobs's summation of the cut-down, ultra-portable, cheap and cheerful netbook computers that typically sold for le...
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