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Apple trots out new MacBook Airs with Ivy Bridge: CNET News Video

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CNET News Video: Apple trots out new MacBook Airs with Ivy Bridge

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At WWDC 2012 in San Francisco, Apple's Phil Schiller previews beefed up MacBook Airs with Intel's Ivy Bridge processor. The new computers offer up to a 2GHz dual-core i7 processor. Other options include a 512GB solid-state drive with a read speed of 500MB per second.

But the MacBook -- If -- MacBook Air has revolutionized. The very idea of the modern notebook. Because all aluminum enclosure. It's incredibly beautiful and architecture. It is a breakthrough and everyone is trying to talking yet. But they find it's not so these. Law -- And life and capable of this incredible consumer notebook is an -- is really changed the consumer notebook market. So we're going to albeit with some. Really great features and updates for example the latest bosses we're not fitting MacBook Air -- new generation and third generation. Intel Core processors. Of all elements -- British. Depending on configurations that can run up just to get your prayers of dual core I seven C British Telstra hosting you can get as high as 3.2 gigahertz. You can configure the -- gig of memory and -- now faster memory 16100 megahertz memory. In the integrated graphics that they run on a dramatic backs up to 60% faster it's -- really -- -- groups. As you know I'm not appears open collar around cloud storage. And I can put even more and it didn't put -- 5120. -- -- products. Okay. So -- city and quick launch budget allocations to Buddha machine to wake up from sleep. But now makes it even faster public wants this out before it's over 500 megabyte I have read she might know -- -- I don't know what that means I -- Today hard drive and put in a notebook today. Wrong let me know about run around USB Britain. -- -- -- Community to -- -- people started to -- -- to create a department as well. In this is -- Unlimited usage report used to report -- potency can tell the difference. That's a public you don't have -- -- care as you know about -- A quarterly silence was likely about -- And we're gonna have 53 as well just it is important to you don't have to think about you just use whatever we're we want. Camera technology that would -- side of the MacBook Pro bass coming she's 77 point -- camera. -- box support a lot of really nice updates. You -- on that eleven and thirteen designs. So here's the configuration. And bring up the earth. And then some other things have changed so it's no problem point seven gigabyte or two more iPods. There's more memory to -- configure itself there as well -- four gigabytes of memory. Yeah we've got the integrated graphics artist and felt the report buster -- After USC's and the prices are not enough and -- not -- that's a little less expensive. Than before. And here thirteen inch configurations. If she's Exxon with a -- when -- bigger and more like 5000. Members back to grab stuff -- USB. -- 1199 point nine and I both undergo less expensive than before. So that the update to the MacBook air and basketball. Start shipping today.

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