Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION)

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Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION)

Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION)

  • Faster Flash Storage; USB 3.0; 720p FaceTime HD Camera
  • 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor
  • 128 GB Solid State Drive; 4 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Intel HD Graphics 4000; 13.3-inch LED Display
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Product Features Faster Flash Storage; USB 3.0; 720p FaceTime HD Camera 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5 Processor 128 GB Solid State Drive; 4 GB DDR3 RAM Intel HD Graphics 4000; 13.3-inch LED Display Mac OS X v10.7 Lion Operating System Processor, Memory, and Motherboard Hardware Platform: Mac Processor: 1.8 GHz Intel Core i5 Number of Processors: 1 RAM: 4 GB RAM Type: SDRAM Hard Drive Size: 128 GB Type: Solid State The ultimate everyday notebook is better than ever. The Apple MacBook Air now features the latest Intel processors and graphics, faster flash storage, and a 720p FaceTime HD camera. All packed into a notebook that’s incredibly thin and light. With up to 60 percent faster graphics performance, it makes everything you do feel quicker and more fluid than ever. And the latest flash storage is up to 4x faster than a traditional hard drive, making MacBook Air remarkably responsive. The MacBook Air with 13.3-inch screen (view larger).   Now with two USB 3 ports, a Thunderbolt port, and a

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Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (NEWEST VERSION)

Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (NEWEST VERSION)

  • 2.7 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 processor (Turbo Boost up to 3.2GHz) with 6MB L3 cache
  • 1 TB (5400-rpm) hard drive, 8 GB (two 4GB) of 1600MHz DDR3 memory
  • 21.5-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 1920-by-1080 resolution
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M graphics processor with 512MB of GDDR5 memory
  • Mac OS X Mountain Lion

What is the most advanced computer desktop on the planet? It is the latest 21.5-inch iMac. This iMac has a huge LED-backlit widescreen display, third-generation Intel quad-core processors and the latest NIVIDA graphics – and much more. No desktop has ever brought so much to the table. 6MB L3 Cache 8GB 1600MHz DDR3 Memory (4GB x 2, Max – 16GB) 1TB (5400RPM) Hard Drive 21.5-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit Display with IPS technology (1920 by 1080 pixels) NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M Graphics with 512MB of GDDR5 memory FaceTime HD Camera Integrated Stereo speakers & Dual microphones 802.11n Wi-Fi Wireless LAN; IEEE 802.11a/b/g compatible Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Technology 10/100/1000BASE-T (Gigabit) Ethernet SDXC card slot Ports – 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x Thunderbolt (Mini DisplayPort output with support for DVI, VGA, and dual-link DVI -adapters sold separately), Headphone jack (optical digital audio out), RJ-45 LAN Power – 100 -240V AC, 50-60Hz Approximate Unit Dimensions (HxWxD) – 17.7 x 20.8 x 6.9 inches

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  1. 541 of 563 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New 13″ MacBook Air vs. New 13″ MacBook Pro: A side-by-side comparison, June 29, 2012
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    Farb Dannon (New York, NY, United States) –

    This review is from: Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION) (Personal Computers)

    I purchased both the newly updated 13″ MacBook Air and the updated 13″ MacBook Pro the day they were announced at WWDC and released for sale in June 2012. After using the two machines side-by-side for a couple weeks now, I can say that the MacBook Air offers superior performance in virtually every respect to such a degree that I’ve pretty much stopped using my brand new MacBook Pro. Of course the Air (which I got factory upgraded to the 2.0 GHz i7 processor and 8GB of RAM) is lighter, slimmer, and sleeker than the Pro, and yes, it does have a much higher resolution display, but I was surprised just how much faster the MacBook Air is compared to the Pro is despite the Air’s slower CPU clock speed. The SSD hard drive on the MacBook Air makes an enormous difference in everything from casual web browsing to video editing.

    Speed and Performance: Advantage MacBook Air

    Apart from the hard drives and port configurations, the technology inside the machines is virtually identical in both the newly refreshed MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Both Pros and Airs come with either i5 or i7 Intel “Ivy Bridge” processors, Intel HD Graphics 4000, USB 3.0, and lightning-fast Thunderbolt ports. While the MacBook Air models are at a disadvantage to the MacBook Pro models in terms of CPU clock speeds, any performance disadvantage from the processor speed is more than made up for by the lightning fast performance of the Air’s SSD hard drive, which Apple markets as “Flash” storage. In everyday tasks from gaming to web browsing to watching Flash movies and editing video, the MacBook Air is faster significantly faster in virtually every task. The Air boots up in less than 12 seconds while the Pro takes upwards of one minute.

    Screen: Advantage MacBook Air

    Once you get used to the super high resolution 1440 x 900 LED display on the MacBook Air, the 1280 x 800 back-lit LED display on the MacBook Pro looks downright grainy and primitive. Simply put, once you get used to a higher resolution display, the 1280 x 800 display on the 13″ MacBook Pro just isn’t acceptable. Even for simple tasks like email or word processing where you wouldn’t think the resolution would matter, the graphics look grainy and pixelated, which just isn’t acceptable for a pro-level laptop in 2012.

    Upgradability: Advantage MacBook Pro

    One major difference that’s important to consider between the Air and the Pro is that the Pro is more flexible and adaptable in terms of upgradability. With only a screw driver and about 10 minutes of your time, you can add more memory to the Pro, replace the hard drive, and even add a second hard drive in place of the optical disc drive. The Air, on the other hand, is stuck in the configuration you purchase it in except that you can opt to replace the SSD “Flash” hard drive with a higher capacity drive. However, both the Air and Pro have USB 3.0 (which is five times faster than USB 2.0 and backward compatible) and Thunderbolt (which is ten times faster than USB 2.0), I see no reason to replace the Air’s hard drive any time soon given how cheap external hard drives are and how fast the connection has become.

    Design, Weight, Portability, Battery Life, and Form Factor: Advantage MacBook Air

    The MacBook Air is the most beautiful computer ever produced by man. The aluminum case is impeccably designed, almost tailored to accommodate the necessary internal components, while maintaining practical ergonomics. It’s an incredibly thin, svelte, sexy little notebook. The aluminum case seems sturdy and durable, and its mechanics are very similar to the time-test unibody construction of the MacBook Pro. The MacBook Pro, on the other hand, is a bit of a dinosaur in its bulky circa 2006 unibody. The Pro is heavier than a half gallon of milk at 4.5 lbs, while the MacBook Air weighs in at less than 2.9 lbs. Battery life is roughly even on both machines at anywhere from 4 to 7 hours depending on workload and settings.

    Summary Judgement: Buy the MacBook Air

    Simply put, the guts of the two machines are basically the same, but the Air’s SSD hard drive gives it a tremendously significant boost in performance. Sadly, the MacBook Pro’s 5400-rpm hard drive leaves the machine unable to capitalize on the newest, most expensive Intel “Ivy Bridge” i5 and i7 processors that you’re paying a $300 premium for in the newly updated Pros. If you are going to buy a Pro, invest the extra money and get it upgraded with a SSD hard drive and get an extra external hard drive if you need additional cheap storage space for multimedia files. When you also consider the superior display, lighter weight, increased portability, and lower price of the MacBook Air, it’s hard to find a reason to justify purchasing the current 13″ MacBook Pro, which to me looks like a dinosaur rapidly headed for extinction…

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  2. 175 of 186 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Portability and performance: a photographer’s perspective, July 12, 2012
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    Noah

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    This review is from: Apple MacBook Air MD231LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop (NEWEST VERSION) (Personal Computers)

    I am a professional photographer, and recently purchased the Macbook Air 13″ base model as an addition to my desktop workstation. It replaced a 2010 13″ Macbook Pro as the machine I’ll use when away from the office. After a few days of testing, here are my thoughts:

    Processor: The one word response would be “sufficient.” Overall, the beauty of this laptop is that it gets out to the way and simply lets you do what you need to do. The processor isn’t the fastest on the market, but I have never been left waiting for any processing tasks to date. As an email access point, word processor, and internet browser there is more than enough processing power to have a boatload of applications and multiple tabs open without a stutter. Web pages scroll nicely, new programs open in a second or two and when it comes to productivity tasks this is night and day better than my iPad since I can actually use the keyboard, Microsoft Office etc. The processor doesn’t need to be all that powerful in large part due to the flash memory storage, upgraded in this generation to the faster 6 Gb/s connection so that read/write processes don’t drag the computer down at all. While I use my desktop for all of my heavy duty processing of images and HD video, I will occasionally need to process an image or two on the road. So far I have found that Photoshop CS5 runs very nicely on this model, with nearly instant effects utilizing simple layer/curves adjustments. Processor intensive tasks such a gaussian blur related filters have a slight lag, taking approximately 30% longer than they do on my i7 920 desktop processor that is a few years old. It all gets done though, is far faster than my previous laptop, and nothing I regularly do has taken more than 2-3 seconds of processing time for an image, totally acceptable. It’s the 30-40 second drags from my prior laptop that made me ready to throw it out the window. However, the few seconds of slowing is enough that I wouldn’t want to process thousands of photos on this laptop, but for the casual edit it is more than sufficient. Lightroom runs smoothly as well, in large part due to the cache being on SSD storage, so even my 5D MkIII raw files at 30MB each are rendered to a smaller jpeg preview that the lighter processor can handle and render quickly off the SSD. Imports/export rendering take longer on this machine to be sure, but by that time I’m off doing other errands so I don’t mind this lag. Video editing is functional as well and would likely work for most casual users, but massive projects simply wouldn’t be possible on this machine for a multitude of reasons ranging from storage space to video card, screen size, processor etc. Overall, it does handle all casual productivity tasks that I need faster than any laptop I’ve owned, and can handle more processor intensive image applications acceptably for a laptop, though not fast enough that I’d consider using this as a full time professional machine.

    Screen: The 13 inch model seems to be the perfect blend of portability and functionality for me. This particular screen is vibrant, and has the capability to professionally render the images that I need with a few caveats. Firstly, the factory set color profile for the screen looked good enough for basic use, but to my sensitive eyes had a bluish hue to it. Apple laptops are notoriously inaccurate for color rendition (increased contrast, saturation in reds and blues) so I would highly recommend that users who do much imaging work create a custom color profile their monitor. Even casual users are likely to be disappointed when actually printing images that look great on this screen (i.e. pumped up colors and contrast with a flat and lifeless print in real life). Also, for all of us that send files over the internet to Facebook/email etc, I would think it would be nice to know what your photos would look like “on average” to most of the users out there without a similar Mac screen. The “profile” utility built into OS X is worthless, and I’d recommend a software solution such as ColorEyes Display Pro, combined with a sensor such as the Spyder 4. I wish I could have assessed the default profile to find out how much it was off at baseline, but my software can only analyze custom profiles that it creates. Needless to say, things look a lot different after the profiling, and at 75% brightness I was able to get the monitor down to an average dE of 0.51 with a max dE of 2.99 in the greys (less than 1 is great accuracy, less than 5 is sort of standard to start professional work for me). I also notice that the edges of the screen on all sides have a very slight dark tinge/wave that extends for about half an inch. It is only faintly noticeable, shows up most against white backgrounds, and decreases with increased screen brightness. This isn’t a defect unique to my unit, as it seems to affect all of the models at the Apple store that I went to see, as well as a few friends with Airs from…

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  3. 133 of 147 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Absolutely amazing lightweight notebook, June 19, 2012
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    N. Hawkins “whereishawkins” (Chicago) –
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    Going from a White Macbook circa 2008 to the 2012 Macbook Air is a massive leap forward in technology for me. The big question is deciding which one will be best for you: The 13″ Macbook Pro or the 13″ Macbook Air.

    Things I like:

    It’s fast! I plan on using this when I travel for Office, Adobe Lightroom and other photography applications. I’m able to move quickly, even when shuffling around hundreds of photos in Lightroom. This is remarkably different from my old Macbook.

    The SSD. Absolutely fast. Bootup/shutdown/restart times are in seconds. Yes, it’s pricy, but I love it.

    Solid build. It feels much like other Macbook Pros, despite the thinness. Yes, it feels like it’ll be a magnet for scratches, so I’m off to find a case/skin.

    Opposite side USB ports! The most annoying thing about my Macbook (old White, new MBP as my office computer) is that there’s not enough spacing between the USB ports, so a chunkier flashdrive and another USB device won’t fit. Now I don’t feel like I have to choose what gets plugged in.

    USB 3.0. I’ve got enough USB 3.0 flash drives and the speed increase will be noticeable. Thunderbolt technology is supposed to be a lot faster, but a lot more expensive and quite frankly, cost-prohibitive.

    Weight: I’ve gotten used to heavier laptops so this feels downright thin. Thin enough that I don’t notice it in my bag.

    Screen resolution: 1440×900 gives me more real estate than the 1280×800 of the 13″ Macbook Pro. The screen was bright and vivid.

    Things I don’t like:
    Non-upgradeable: So much for adding more RAM down the road.

    New Magsafe power connector: This might cause an issue with places that have older Macbooks as well and determining which is which. That’s what labels are for.

    Aluminum case: It’s beautiful but I’m feeling worried that I’m going to scratch it.

    Software update: 350MB worth of fixes out of the box. Ugh.

    Sound. It’s decent enough – it seems like any other laptop’s audio that I’ve ever used. If you’re serious about audio, you’ll have external speakers (or even pair it up with Airplay speakers.)

    Battery: I got about 6 hours in a torture test of watching video while surfing the web on WiFi. It’s pretty decent and within the 5-7 range that Apple stated.

    DVD drive: I don’t miss it. I thought I would, but I don’t. It just adds weight and bulk to the computer.

    The webcam is also a higher resolution 720p camera. It’s quite nice, but now the downside is that during Facetime, my friends and family can see my ugly self more clearly. Also, early adopters won’t have the computer come with the newest version of OS X – Mountain Lion. That will come in mid/late July. It’s nice that this will come gratis to those who bought early.

    The big question is Macbook Air or Macbook Pro? It comes down town a number of issues. If this will be your primary computer, then Macbook Pro is the way to go. The MBP is a faster computer with more storage and an optical drive. If you plan on doing any high-end computing, you’ll notice the difference. If this is going to be a secondary computer or if weight is the deciding factor, then the Macbook Air is for you. Either way, you can’t go wrong.

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  4. 76 of 77 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Slick form factor, less glare, and a stunning display!, December 9, 2012
    By 
    FreeSpirit
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    This review is from: Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (NEWEST VERSION) (Personal Computers)

    This is my first iMac so I can’t compare it to the previous versions except the ones I saw at the Apple store when comparing the overall dimensions and thickness of this latest 2012 iMac.

    PACKAGING – Includes 21.5″ iMac, Charging cable, Wireless keyboard, and Magic Mouse. Like most Apple’s products, the packaging is thoughtfully done. All tape pieces are easily removed with the individual tabs attached to them. After set up it has a clean look on my desk, there is no clutter due to the fact that the keyboard and mouse connect wirelessly. Opening the box to setting it up took maybe 5 minutes tops.

    FORM FACTOR – This iMac is super thin from the sides and light enough for one-handed portability if required. Looking at it from the front, it seemed only marginally different from its predecessor but the difference was very noticeable from the side. The back is slightly curved at the center and I am guessing all the components are packed in this bulge at the center back. The front glass seems to sit more flush with the body compared to the earlier version which had a tiny little gap. Has a super sleek look to it overall.

    SCREEN – Perhaps the most pleasing aspect of this iMac is its screen. Given the amount of real estate you get combined with the stunning LED-backlit display, it’s a pleasure using the screen with its vibrant colors and low glare. Apple claims this model has 75 percent less glare than previous versions – there’s no way for me to measure this but suffice it to say that even with the screen turned off, the screen is not really reflective. Once it’s turned on, the reflections die down even further. Images are crisp and pictures we have taken with our DSLR camera seem further enhanced given the resolution of the screen.

    PORTS and CONNECTIONS – Apple did away with the optical drive in this version, which means that to read/burn CDs or DVDs, we can either connect an external drive like Apple’s Superdrive to the USB port, or feed off another PC/Mac (this has to be on the same network) that has a built-in optical drive. If you are considering getting an external drive, I personally would recommend the Samsung SE-208AB/TSBS External DVD-Writer – Black which performs the same function and is $40 cheaper than Apple’s super drive. For the initial set up, I was able to wirelessly transfer all files from my old PC to the iMac using the “Migration Assistant” utility on the iMac – it took a minute to start the process and all files transferred themselves in about 6 hours over the Wi-Fi network. Didn’t have the need for an external drive, though that would have been a faster process.

    On the back, there is a SDXC memory card slot, couple of Thunderbolt ports, headphone jack, USB ports, and an ethernet port. It’s good they are at the back since they avoid cable clutter from the desk, but connecting wires into them takes that small effort of getting up and plugging in the cable at the back. Not a major issue for me, the only port I will need to use is the USB port for my printer which doesn’t support wireless connection.

    HARDWARE – Tech specs are all specified above in the product details of the listing. That said, with a 1TB hard drive, 2.7Hz quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of DDR3 memory (split into two 4GB slots), this Mac basically has more than enough in terms of processing and storage capacity for my needs. Graphic designers and users that require super memory or processing prowess, they can perhaps judge for themselves if this will suffice.

    ACCESSORIES – The iMac comes with a wireless keyboard and a magic mouse. The keyboard is a standard Apple keyboard, but I have found it to be slightly small for me personally. Takes some getting used to. Instead of using the Magic Mouse, I had considered getting Apple’s Magic Trackpad because that is very similar to the MBPro trackpad that I have used extensively. However, having used the mouse for a few days now, I am sticking with it – just a personal preference. The Magic Mouse also lets you scroll down lengthy web pages without having to move to the side to grab the scroll bar. Just a swipe of the finger on the mouse moves the page down or up. It can also be configured to register right clicks. Somewhat similar in terms of functionality to the magic trackpad.

    BOTTOMLINE – There are two versions of the 21.5″ iMac, one with a 2.7Hz i5 processor and the other with a 2.9Hz i5 at an additional $200. I went with the 2.7Hz which is good enough for me personally. Given the sleek form factor, absolutely gorgeous display, pretty good quality built-in speakers, front facing camera, and more than sufficient technical specs for the ordinary user like me, this is a great buy. If portability is not an issue, this in my opinion is definitely the device of choice over the MB Pro.

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  5. 44 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I love it! I love it! I love it!, December 13, 2012
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    M. Akridge “AlwaysThinking” (Los Angeles , CA) –
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    This review is from: Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (NEWEST VERSION) (Personal Computers)

    I am ecstatic about my new purchase of the iMac. What a fabulous computer. For the first time in 20 years I have walked away from Microsoft windows and it’s continual crashing.
    So here’s what I think about this wonderful machine:

    Pros:
    Unbelievably clear high definition screen, which is super thin. Clarity is awesome!
    Fast processer 2.9 Ghz and 8 gig Ram
    Takes up very little room on the desk.
    Looks very sleek and modern (as my husband stated “The future is here”)
    Sound is really wonderful. Who knew that built in speakers could sound that good?
    Magic Mouse is superb. You slide your fingers in any direction and it slides your screens across. Think Ipad
    Keyboard is nice, but it could be better.
    Awesome, and I mean awesome customer service! I spent an hour on the phone with an apple rep and he very patiently showed me the differences and similarities to windows. So very helpful. It’s so worth buying the $169 apple care with is a warrantee for three years with unlimited tech support. I never usually go for warrantees but this time, it’s totally worth it. He even saved me over $100 by showing me I did not need Adobe Acrobat Pro, as their Adobe Apple Product does exactly what I needed the Pro for. This guy really deserves flowers and chocolates.
    Lessons at the apple store several times a week. I have not attended one, but intend to.
    There are 4 USB ports and 2 other ports for firewire, I believe.
    Well priced portable CD/DVD drive under $80 with a USB connector. Also sleek and high tech. It’s all you need for loading the occasional software, although apple makes it easy to download everything you need from online.
    I was worried about transferring all my precious folders within folders from windows, but once I knew how (thank you customer support guy) it was easy and quick to get my files across.
    ICloud syncs all your contacts across from your iphone and ipad.

    Cons:
    Keyboard is a bit small and different, so I still have to look down to find things like ‘?’ and ‘@’. It’s just a little different and takes getting used to. For instance, I haven’t found a backspace button, but the Delete button seems to have the same functionality used in combination with the arrow left and right button.
    Getting used to the Mac OS as it is different, and in all fairness, for long time apple users, this would not be a con.

    All in all, I now understand what Windows 8 was all about, and it’s a far cry from the Mac OS. If this is your first Mac, then they do have some great beginner videos in the online help as well as the wonderful customer service rep. Would I recommend this? Yes! Yes! Yes! I’m trying to find the $$$ to replace my home PC now.

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  6. 37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best iMac yet! For gamers too, December 28, 2012
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    This review is from: Apple iMac MD093LL/A 21.5-Inch Desktop (NEWEST VERSION) (Personal Computers)

    I had a Macbook from 2007, the Black one, and loved it, no problems at all with it. Then I decided I wanted to get a new one, since I couldn’t play some games on it anymore, such as World of Warcraft and CounterStrike.

    I got the Macbook Pro 2011 earlier this year. I had it for only a week, and made trips in and out of the Apple store four times because it kept freezing, specifically after playing games. It was weird and an ongoing issues with their i5 quad-core processors in the ’11 models. Something with the unit overheating so easily. So I returned it and got an iPad 3rd Gen (which is obsolete 15 days after I got it… anyways) I decided I would wait for the next models. When I heard about the new iMac with the thin outer edge and improved speakers and improved everything. I decided I’d wait for it. After painfully waiting for a whole month after Apple released the “coming soon in November” webpage, on November 30th I actually purchased the base model ($1299) directly from the Apple Retail Store on the day of the launch.

    I can tell you, this is the best Mac I’ve ever had. It runs even smoother than my old macbook, which worked great for me as it was, and the newer software works excellent with my iPad and iPhone. Transferring Mac to Mac was pretty direct in how to do it.

    It runs WoW excellently, before custom configuring, ran at 99 FPS on the recommended graphic settings. But I put a max FPS setting to not overuse the CPU. It runs so smoothly, and the huge HD screen looks better with the higher color saturation. And going from my 13.3″ to the 21.5″, there so much room!!! The speakers have great Bass, and are very clear, and LOUD. The bluetooth keyboard and magic mouse worried me, specifically on having to possibly replace the batteries frequently. But I could not have been more wrong, It’s been almost a month and my mouse is at 96% and keyboard is still at 100% percent. And I’ve used this computer everyday since purchase, and I type a lot. Like emails and papers.

    Let’s be clear about one thing, despite me saving money for this a month and a half ahead of time, it still hurt my wallet. But you know what, Apple makes quality products, they last a long time! No viruses! Rarely any issues! Easy to use and user intuitive. I learned how to use computers starting with Macintosh. My Old Macbook from 2007, is still running, and has Mountain Lion, and now my sister is using it.

    Pros:
    Lovely Big Screen
    Auto-Adjust Brightness Sensor
    LOUD Excellent Speakers
    12lbs!!!
    Built in HD Facetime Camera
    Energy Efficient

    Cons:
    Magic Mouse and Keyboard sometimes take a long time to connect, like almost a minute. (That’s long to me)
    Bit of a dust collector
    Occasional graphical tearing when loading an app such as a game or movie. Only for a few seconds, but it’s not pleasing to look at.

    All in all..
    Still happy! almost a month from getting it! :)
    Thanks for reading this, and I hope my review helped!

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