Less Bulk, More Functionality. The MacBook Air is Here for Hire

We’ve kept our readers updated on the latest MacBook Air rumors surfacing before the recent release of the ultra-thin laptop.  Now that it has finally arrived, we can tell you about the benefits of renting a MacBook Air.

If you’ve used the MacBook Air in the past and liked what you saw, you’re in for a wonderful surprise for what’s in store with the latest 11- and 13-inch models released by Apple in July.

Writers at Macworld, in affiliation with Computerworld went as far to say the latest MacBook Air running on Intel’s Core i5 processor approaches “perfection.”

“This is the laptop OS X Lion was designed for.  You get the distinct impression that it’s only a matter of time before all Mac laptops look like the Air.”

Where before, the MacBook Air sometimes performed below the standard set by Apple’s other laptops like MacBook Pro—often seen as a compromise for its size—the latest model has all of the functionality of other Mac laptops while maintaining its thin design.

The newest MacBook Air further offers a longer-lasting battery, with the 11-inch model said to live for five hours through regular use and the 13-inch model to last seven hours.

The latest Thunderbolt technology available through the MacBook Air’s port opens doors to faster hard-drive transfers, gigabit Ethernet, FireWire and USB compatability.  Thunderbolt allows data transfer up to 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0.

Let’s not also forget the highlights of a FaceTime HD camera and 2.1 stereo sound system with accompanying built-in microphone for all of your videoconferencing needs.

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