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|4th July 2008, 00:11||#1|
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Apple MacBook Air 64GB SSD Option Gets $500 Price Cut
Apple released its 13.3" MacBook Air sub-notebook in January to much fanfare. The notebook weighed in at relatively light three pounds and measured just 0.76" at its thickest point. Because of the slim profile and light weight, the MacBook Air launched with a rather hefty price tag.
The MacBook Air started at $1,799 in its base 1.6GHz configuration and ballooned to $3,098 when equipped with a 1.8GHz processor and a 64GB solid state disk (SSD). With SSD prices now taking a nose dive, Apple is now passing those savings along to the consumer.
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