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|6th November 2010, 18:42||#1|
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Apple's 11-inch Upgraded MacBook Air: Do 1.6GHz and 4GB Make a Difference?
Apple offers two potentially important upgrades for the 11-inch MacBook Air that could alleviate some of my concerns. For $100 more than its $999 starting price, you can outfit the 11 with 4GB of memory instead of 2GB. Light web browsing and writing donít need more than 2GB, but start editing videos, photos or open way too many apps at once and youíll quickly want more memory. If youíre planning on keeping your system for a while, the 4GB upgrade makes a lot of sense. And many Apple stores actually stock the upgraded 4GB model.
The next upgrade is a bit harder to swallow. The base 11-inch MacBook Air canít be upgraded aside from memory. The $1199 model however, can. You get a 128GB SSD (up from 64GB) as well as the option to pay $100 for a 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo.
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