We told you that Apple’s recently concluded Back to the Mac event will serve as the launch pad for the revamped MacBook Air models and we have been proven right. Steve Jobs, as suggested by the rumors announced both the 11 inch and 13 inch variant of the MacBook Air. As a matter of fact, the Apple CEO known for his superb keynote skills, went on to term the newly launched MacBook Air units as the next generation of MacBooks. Is that really the case? We will find out in the coming paragraphs.

The first thing as many of you would have noticed is that the MacBook Air is really thin. Infact it is the thinnest notebook that the Cupertinos have manufactured to date. Obviously this couldn’t have been possible without doing some hardware related changes. One thing that has changed is that the memory module space has been compressed even more than before which allows the MacBook Air to have this slim and sexy looking shape.

But hey its not all about looks is it at least in case of the laptops? Both the 11 inch and 13 inch model have a Intel Core 2 Duo processor running inside it, supported by a Nvidia Graphics card to provide an engaging gaming experience. Hard Disk has made way for the solid state drive. Most important of all Macbook Air now offers 5-7 hours of battery life. So are you impressed by the revamped MacBook Air?

[via Apple]



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