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Testseek.co.uk have collected 163 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
  • MacBook Air is the lightest and thinnest
  • MacBook Pro with Retina has the best spec for your money
  • Stylish
  • Super-slim
  • Lightweight Mac laptop with amazing battery life
  • 12hours of battery life
  • Timeless design
  • Great touchpad
  • Cool
  • Quiet and fast
  • Even better battery life
  • Slightly faster processor
  • Still entirely beautiful to look at and use
  • Up to £130 cheaper than 2013 model
  • Slightly faster (in some areas)
  • Light
  • While minor
  • The small upgrade to the stock CPU in Apple'
  • S 13inch MacBook Air results in improved performance. The multitouch trackpad is still the industry'
  • S best
  • And even better
  • The 13inch Air now starts at $999
  • Which is $100 less than the previous m

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
  • The entry-level price of the MacBook Air no longer looks so attractive when compared to the entry-level Retina model
  • Retina MacBook Pro is heavier than the Air
  • Fewer slots than MacBook Pro
  • Screen is very average
  • Not a Retina display
  • Still no Retina display
  • Slower storage resulting in sluggish write speeds
  • Newer features such as touchscreens and higherresolution displays are still missing. The ultrabook competition is catching up
  • In terms of design

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  Published: 2014-07-11, Author: Karen Haslam , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Up to £130 cheaper than 2013 model, Slightly faster (in some areas), Light
  • Still no Retina display, Slower storage resulting in sluggish write speeds
  • As we anticipated Apple has reacted to the very minor price difference between the MacBook Pro with Retina display and the 2013 MacBook Air, by reducing the price by as much as £130. This means the whole MacBook Air line up is now under £1,000, which shou...

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  Published: 2014-06-27, Author: Dan Ackerman , review by: CNET.co.uk

  • While minor, the small upgrade to the stock CPU in Apple's 13inch MacBook Air results in improved performance. The multitouch trackpad is still the industry's best, and even better, the 13inch Air now starts at $999, which is $100 less than the previous m
  • Newer features such as touchscreens and higherresolution displays are still missing. The ultrabook competition is catching up, in terms of design
  • If you own a MacBook Air from the past couple of years there's really no need to upgrade, but a small spec bump and minor price cut make the most-current Air even more attractive....

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  Published: 2014-06-24, Author: Sasha Muller , review by: pcpro.co.uk

  • The 13in MacBook Air gets a speed bump and a price drop, but the display is beginning to look behind the times...

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  Published: 2014-05-23, Author: henrywinchester , review by: stuff.tv

  • Even better battery life, Slightly faster processor, Still entirely beautiful to look at and use
  • Not a Retina display
  • Apple MacBook Air 13 (2014) verdict Open Gallery We were sort of expecting the new MacBook to be a letdown, after all very little has changed other than the price tag and the processor speed. Instead we've fallen in love with it all over again –...

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  Published: 2014-05-21, Author: Cliff Joseph , review by: businesscomputingworld.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Apple products are often criticised for being over-priced, but while this modest update of its popular MacBook Air is virtually identical to last year’s model it does at least come with a welcome £100 price cut. And while the MacBook Air is one of the few...

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  Published: 2014-05-21, Author: Stephen Dean , review by: theregister.co.uk

  • Adaptable System Recovery (ASR) for Linux virtual machines Review I suppose this is one of those glass half-empty, half-full situations. For months, the interweb was aflutter with rumours of a new MacBook Air with a high-definition Retina display to ma...

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  Published: 2014-05-20, Author: Andy Vandervell , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • 12hours of battery life, Timeless design, Great touchpad, Cool, quiet and fast
  • Screen is very average

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  Published: 2014-05-15, Author: Karen Haslam , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Up to £130 cheaper than 2013 model, Slightly faster (in some areas), Light
  • Still no Retina display, Slower storage resulting in sluggish write speeds
  • As we anticipated Apple has reacted to the very minor price difference between the MacBook Pro with Retina display and the 2013 MacBook Air, by reducing the price by as much as £130. This means the whole MacBook Air line up is now under £1,000, which shou...

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  Published: 2014-04-29, Author: Karen Haslam , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Abstract:  If you are looking for a new Mac laptop there are a number of factors to consider when deciding which model is the one for you. Should you buy the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro Retina? Do you need the Retina display? Would a lighter and cheaper model be bett...

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  Published: 2013-11-07, review by: macworld.co.uk

  • MacBook Air is the lightest and thinnest; MacBook Pro with Retina has the best spec for your money
  • The entry-level price of the MacBook Air no longer looks so attractive when compared to the entry-level Retina model; Retina MacBook Pro is heavier than the Air
  • We know that a lot of people are attached to the CD and DVD but we think that sacrificing the optical drive for a slimmer, lighter laptop is a good move on Apple's part. The big difference is the inclusion of Thunderbolt 2 on the Retina MacBook Pro, ...

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