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Testseek.co.uk have collected 87 expert reviews of the Apple MacBook Air 13.3 inch - Mid 2013 MD760/MD761 and the average rating is 88%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Apple MacBook Air 13.3 inch - Mid 2013 MD760/MD761.
Award: Editor’s Choice June 2013
June 2013


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The editors liked

  • Light and portable
  • Fourth
  • Gen Intel Core i5 processor
  • Less expensive than previous iteration
  • Over 15 hours of battery life
  • Battery life
  • Faster
  • Cheaper than last year
  • Outstanding battery life
  • Sublime design and build quality
  • Cool and quiet
  • Future proof 802.11ac WiFi
  • Excellent battery life
  • Full-sized laptop at a fraction of the weight
  • Battery life! (14 hrs 25 min)
  • Design and finish
  • Thin (1.7 cm) and lightweight (1.35 kg)
  • Large multipoint touchpad
  • Quiet fan
  • Speakers have high volume / Quality sound through headphone output
  • Large touchpad
  • Battery life (7 hrs 40 min)
  • Fantastic battery life
  • Haswell processors
  • Improved graphics
  • Wi
  • Fi ac
  • Lightweight
  • Slimline design
  • Great battery life
  • Affordable price tag
  • Lightweight with slick looks
  • Superspeedy wakeup
  • Amazing battery life
  • Great allday battery life
  • Haswell innards and upgrades to RAM and SSD
  • 802.11ac networking

The editors didn't like

  • Some performance cost for battery life
  • No HDMI port
  • No bump to screen resolution
  • Connectivity isn't the best out there
  • Screen res a little disappointing
  • Limited physical connectivity
  • In comparison with last year's model the lack of speed increase due to the slower clock speed is disappointing
  • Tendency to overheat
  • Low gaming capabilities
  • Glossy screen with somewhat unfaithful colours
  • Could use more connectivity ports
  • Glossy screen with extremely unfaithful colours (Delta E = 12)!
  • Touchpad does not recognise Windows 8 touch gestures
  • Almost half the battery life compared to using OS X Mo
  • No Retina screen
  • Not user upgradeable
  • Processors slower than 2012
  • Limited expansion options
  • Waiting for Mavericks
  • No Retina display
  • Ethernet accessory is extra
  • Not cheap
  • Missing a Retina display

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  Published: 2013-08-22, Author: Madeline Bennett , review by: v3.co.uk

  • Lightweight, slimline design, great battery life, affordable price tag
  • Waiting for Mavericks, no Retina display
  • The design and performance make the MacBook Air a standout product among the latest crop of ultrabooks. You can run any applications you'll need for business use, including Microsoft Office, and the trackpad and Mac OS X make the Air a pleasure to use....

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  Published: 2013-08-09, Author: Vincent Alzieu , review by: digitalversus.com

  • Design and finish, Thin (1.7 cm) and lightweight (1.35 kg), Large touchpad, Large multipoint touchpad, Quiet fan, Speakers have high volume / Quality sound through headphone output, Battery life (7 hrs 40 min)
  • Tendency to overheat, Low gaming capabilities, Glossy screen with extremely unfaithful colours (Delta E = 12)!, Could use more connectivity ports, Touchpad does not recognise Windows 8 touch gestures, Almost half the battery life compared to using OS X Mo
  • The 2013 MacBook Air 13" is faster when running Windows 8 than it is under Apple's OS X Mountain Lion. It also keeps some of the computer's original advantages such as the sound quality and thin, lightweight chassis. On the other hand, the battery life ge...

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  Published: 2013-08-09, Author: Ian Osborne , review by: techradar.com

  • Fantastic battery life, Haswell processors, Improved graphics, Wi, Fi ac
  • No Retina screen, Not user upgradeable, Processors slower than 2012, Limited expansion options
  • Despite the swings-and-roundabouts benchmarking results, the new MacBook Air is a definite and significant step up from last year's release. The battery life is little short of incredible. Business travellers taking long flights and students who need it ...

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  Published: 2013-07-01, Author: David Phelan , review by: T3.com

  • Lightweight with slick looks, Superspeedy wakeup, Amazing battery life
  • No Retina display, Ethernet accessory is extra, Not cheap

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  Published: 2013-06-28, Author: Rémi Jacquet Alexandre Botella , review by: digitalversus.com

  • Battery life! (14 hrs 25 min), Design and finish, Thin (1.7 cm) and lightweight (1.35 kg), Large multipoint touchpad, Quiet fan, Speakers have high volume / Quality sound through headphone output
  • Tendency to overheat, Low gaming capabilities, Glossy screen with somewhat unfaithful colours, Could use more connectivity ports
  • With the 2013 MacBook Air 13", Apple has set a new record for battery life that truly crushes the competition. Fourteen and a half hours! Just think of the possibilities. On top of that, you have the same thin/lightweight body, quiet fan and quality manuf...

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  Published: 2013-06-26, review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Excellent battery life; full-sized laptop at a fraction of the weight
  • In comparison with last year's model the lack of speed increase due to the slower clock speed is disappointing

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  Published: 2013-06-26, Author: henrywinchester , review by: stuff.tv

  • Great allday battery life, Haswell innards and upgrades to RAM and SSD, 802.11ac networking
  • Missing a Retina display
  • These days Apple doesn't generally move in leaps and bounds; instead it offers incremental upgrades to its core line-up. It's telling that the MacBook Air's design has remained largely unchanged since its inception in 2008 - Cupertino obviously has confi...

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  Published: 2013-06-24, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Ideally we'd have liked a higher resolution screen, but with great battery life, amazing build quality, a great keyboard and a lower price, the Macbook Air is the best thin-and-light laptop ...

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  Published: 2013-06-22, Author: Sasha Muller , review by: pcpro.co.uk

  • There's still no sign of Retina, but improved battery life and gaming performance makes the MacBook Air better value than ever...

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  Published: 2013-06-21, Author: Andy Vandervell , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Outstanding battery life, Sublime design and build quality, Cool and quiet, Future proof 802.11ac WiFi
  • Screen res a little disappointing, Limited physical connectivity

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