Apple MacBook Air Core 2 Duo 2.13 13″ (Late 2010)
One of the Best Ultrabooks Ever Made
The MacBook Air packs significant power, memory, and storage into an ultra-thin, ultraportable case. 0.68 inches at its thickest, the MacBook Air is an attractive option for those seeking a lightweight performance system.
While not as powerful as its MacBook Pro cousin, the MacBook Air doesn’t have to be. Boasting Intel processors with turbo boost capability, PCI-e based flash storage (64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB configurations), and several configurable RAM options, the MacBook Air is without argument one of the best ultrabooks on the market.
A highly capable design, the MacBook Air can tackle most consumer computing needs with ease. With impressive sound quality from an ultrabook and high-speed USB and Thunderbolt Ports, it delivers plenty of quality entertainment options.
Perhaps most impressive is the MacBook Air’s extensive battery life. In its latest iterations, this ultrabook has been known to function through over 15 hours of use and boast nearly 30 days of stand-by battery life.
Though perhaps not the best option for those interested in hardcore gaming, the MacBook Air is a wonderfully mobile platform for those needing a system that gets the job done.
Whether one’s constant companion or a seldom-touched home system, the MacBook Air has earned its place as one of the best ultrabooks ever made.
Photo Gallery (click to open fullscreen)
Full Technical Specs of this Model
The Apple MacBook Air Core 2 Duo 2.13 13″ (Late 2010) is powered by a 2.13 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor (SL9600) with two independent processor cores on one chip with a 6 MB on-chip shared level 2 cache running on a 1066 MHz frontside bus.
It features 2 GB of onboard 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM (upgradeable to 4 GB at the time of purchase), 256 GB of flash storage, a NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor with 256 MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory, a FaceTime video camera, a non-backlit full-size keyboard and a vibrant 13.3″ widescreen TFT LED backlit active-matrix glossy display (1440×900 native resolution) in a razor thin (0.11-0.68 inch), 2.9 pound aluminum case.
Connectivity includes dual USB 2.0 ports, AirPort Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, an SD card slot, analog audio out, and video out capabilities (Mini DisplayPort) that support an external 30″ display. It does not have an internal Ethernet and does not have a Firewire and optical audio in/out.
||Core 2 Duo (SL9600)
||This model has a NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics processor that shares memory with the system.
||Apple reports that “memory available to Mac OS X may vary depending on graphics needs” and that the minimum graphics usage is 256 MB with this model..
||13.3″ color widescreen TFT LED-backlit active-matrix “glossy” display with a 1440 by 900 native resolution. Apple reports that it also supports “1280 by 800, 1152 by 720, 1024 by 640, and 800 by 500 pixels at 16:10 aspect ratio; 1024 by 768, 800 by 600, and 640 by 480 pixels at 4:3 aspect ratio; 720 by 480 pixels at 3:2 aspect ratio”.
|2nd Display Support:
||2nd Max. Resolution:
||The maximum resolution supported on an external display is 2560×1600.
|Standard Hard Drive:
||256 GB SSD
||Int. HD Interface:
||Mini SATA (6 Gb/s)
||No MacBook Air models have an internal Ethernet port. However, an external Apple 10/100Base-T Ethernet adapter was offered as a US$29 option.
||SD Card (SDXC)
||This model has an SD Card slot..
||MacBook Air 13″ Late 2010
|Apple Order No:
|Apple Model No:
||A1369 (EMC 2392)
||Please note that these identifiers refer to more than one model.Also see: All Macs with the A1369 Model Number, the 2392 EMC Number, and the MacBookAir3,2 Model Identifier.
||50 W h Li-Poly
||X 10.6.4 (10F3061)
|Original Price (US):