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Testseek.co.uk have collected 117 expert reviews of the Apple MacBook Air 13.3 inch - Mid 2011 MC965/MC966 and the average rating is 88%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Apple MacBook Air 13.3 inch - Mid 2011 MC965/MC966.
Award: Editor’s Choice July 2011
July 2011


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The editors liked

  • Beautifully slim design
  • Sturdy unibody chassis
  • Greatly improved performance
  • Uses the latest Intel CPUs for better performance and battery life
  • Backlit keyboards make a welcome return
  • Thunderbolt
  • Screen
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Large touchpad
  • Light
  • Great design
  • Appearance
  • Powerful processors
  • Real power portable
  • Wonderful keyboard
  • Brilliant new processors
  • Backlit keyboard returns
  • Beautiful screen
  • Thunderbolt port
  • Very portable
  • Very slim and light (1.35 Kg)
  • Large multitouch touchpad
  • Higher performance and battery life than the 2010 version and the MacBook Air 11.6inch
  • Decent audio quality
  • 6h12 battery life
  • Beautiful
  • Quick and powerful
  • Great screen
  • Flexible
  • Fast Thunderbolt connectivity
  • Excellent build quality
  • Battery life
  • Graphics
  • Great performance
  • Display resolution creates illusion of a much larger screen
  • Design
  • Ultra thin and lightweight

The editors didn't like

  • Expensive
  • Very few ports
  • The 128GB SSD is a lot smaller than a standard hard drive
  • Starts at £100 more than the 13in. MacBook Pro
  • No Ethernet
  • No DVD drive
  • No HD webcam
  • Pricey
  • Struggles with high-end tasks
  • SSD capacity
  • Thunderbolt a luxury
  • Mediocre sound
  • No optical drive
  • Few Thunderbolt peripherals available
  • Might be more powerful than you need
  • Glossy panel with inaccurate colours
  • Low gaming capacity
  • Tends to heat up
  • Poor connectivity
  • Limited connectivity without adapters

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  Published: 2012-05-12, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Product round-up It took a little while for the production lines to get going, but the first few months of 2012 have seen super-slim Ultrabooks completely outnumbering every other type of desktop or laptop PC coming our way. Intel’s tight definition o...

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  Published: 2012-03-02, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • The most expensive of the thin and light laptops we've tested recently, the 13in Apple MacBook Air will set you back the best part of a grand and a half. This makes it a sizeable investment, but one you're unlikely to regret – the build quality is phen...

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  Published: 2011-12-06, review by: tech-reviews.co.uk

  • Battery life, Graphics, Great performance, Display resolution creates illusion of a much larger screen, Design, Ultra thin and lightweight,
  • All in all, the Apple MacBook Air (mid 2011) is a compact, light and extremely powerful machine. With 4GB of memory and a very quick 1.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor, the MacBook Air is capable of all tasks that you throw at it.With the ability...

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  Published: 2011-09-14, review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Beautiful, Quick and powerful, Great screen, Flexible, fast Thunderbolt connectivity, Excellent build quality
  • Expensive, Limited connectivity without adapters
  • The latest and, at 13 inches, largest version of the MacBook Air series is undoubtedly the best. Over the previous generations it offers a better processor, a backlit keyboard and a Thunderbolt connector, while leaving everything that made its predeces...

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  Published: 2011-08-12, review by: digitalversus.com

  • Very slim and light (1.35 Kg), Large multitouch touchpad, Higher performance and battery life than the 2010 version and the MacBook Air 11.6inch, Decent audio quality, 6h12 battery life
  • Glossy panel with inaccurate colours, Low gaming capacity, Tends to heat up, Poor connectivity
  • Bigger, more powerful and with a higher battery life than its 11.6-inch version, the MacBook 13.3-inch represents one of the - if not the - best choices for those looking for a powerful, mobile machine. Note however that a richer connectivity wouldn't ...

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  Published: 2011-08-09, review by: techradar.com

  • Brilliant new processors, Backlit keyboard returns, Beautiful screen, Thunderbolt port, Very portable
  • Mediocre sound, Expensive, No optical drive, Few Thunderbolt peripherals available, Might be more powerful than you need

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  Published: 2011-08-08, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • The Apple MacBook Air 13in (Mid-2011) that we reviewed carries the maximum memory and storage of 4GB and 256GB. If you can work with 128GB of flash storage, the price drops to £1099, which is unbeatable even amongst shabbier-built ultraportable imitato...

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  Published: 2011-07-29, Author: Barry Collins , review by: pcpro.co.uk

  • A sensational piece of laptop engineering, now boosted by a Sandy Bridge turn of speed to create the ultimate executive laptop...

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  Published: 2011-07-29, Author: Barry Collins , review by: channelpro.co.uk

  • Abstract:  A sensational piece of laptop engineering, now boosted by a Sandy Bridge turn of speed to create the ultimate executive laptop If the 13in MacBook Air had a soul, you’d forgive it for a pang of jealously. Until its 11in sibling came along, the larger M...

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  Published: 2011-07-28, review by: techradar.com

  • Appearance, Powerful processors, Real power portable, Wonderful keyboard
  • Pricey, Struggles with high-end tasks, SSD capacity, Thunderbolt a luxury
  • Last October, Apple released the last MacBook Air. It was a mighty fine-looking piece of hardware - a newly designed unibody shell, 0.3cm at its thinnest.Trouble is, the meat inside didn't quite match up with the supreme exterior – Apple had been for...

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