Testseek.co.uk have collected 84 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.
Experts 88% 84 Reviews
Average score from experts who have reviewed this product.
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....
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...
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 ...
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...
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...