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Multitouch

Keyboard

Build

Unibody

Unibody

Thunderbolt

Left-side connections

FaceTime

Thunderbolt

Build

Panel

The trackpad on the new Macbook Air is multitouch enabled, meaning you can use its glass surface to gesture and scroll, and the whole thing is a button.
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The keyboard is backlit and can automatically adjust to changes in surrounding light.
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The Air's flash chip and solid-state hard drive allow the hardware to measure less than an inch thin, leaving room for a larger battery with up to 5 hours on the 11-inch model and up to 7 hours on the 13-inch.
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The Macbook Air's enclosure and display both feature Apple's unibody design, allowing the chassis to remain wafer-thin.
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The Macbook Air's enclosure and display both feature Apple's unibody design, allowing the chassis to remain wafer-thin.
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The right side of the body now features a Thunderbolt port in addition to an SD card slot (13-inch only) and a USB 2.0 port. The new Thunderbolt interface can transfer up to 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and works with Apple's new Thunderbolt Display.
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On the left of both sizes, you'll find an additional USB 2.0 port, microphone and headphone jacks, and Apple's MagSafe power cord.
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Unlike the Nvidia graphics processor found in the last iteration of the MacBook Air, the 2011 models use the Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU that's built into the Core i-series chips.
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Unlike the built-in 3G or 4G broadband options found on many Windows laptops, the MacBook Air still only supports Wi-Fi.
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The right side of the body now features a Thunderbolt port in addition to an SD card slot and a USB 2.0 port. The new Thunderbolt interface can transfer up to 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and works with Apple's new Thunderbolt Display.
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A power supply built into the chassis allows the Mac Mini to remain small inside a small hardware enclosure with fewer cables to connect.
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The removable bottom panel makes it easy to upgrade.
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The new Mac Minis feature Intel Core i7 and Core i5 processors, up to 8GB of optional memory, and dual 500GB on the Lion Server model.
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