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Apple MacBook Air 13.3" (2020) IPS Retina Display (M1/8GB/256GB SSD) Space Gray (GR Keyboard) Code: 25634434

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  • 2020 Model
  • Display 13.3" 2560x1600 Retina
  • 8 Cores 3.2Ghz
  • Thunderbolt 3/Wi-Fi 6
  • Autonomy up to 18 hours
  • Weight 1.29kg
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Description

With the 8-core M1 processor that delivers 2.8 times the processing power and up to 5 times better graphics than the previous generation. Features macOS Big Sur operating system designed specifically for M1, Retina display and a fast and silent keyboard.

Small chip. Giant leap.

M1 is our first chip designed specifically for Mac. Apple silicon integrates the CPU, GPU, Neural Engine, I/O, and so much more onto a single tiny chip. Packed with an astonishing 16 billion transistors, M1 delivers exceptional performance, custom technologies, and unbelievable power efficiency — a major breakthrough for Mac.

Machine learning

The 16-core Neural Engine brings speed and automation to video analysis, voice recognition, image processing and more. The M1 processor can do up to 11 trillion operations per second supporting operations you couldn't imagine. Like allowing the djay Pro AI app to isolate instruments and vocals from any song in real time.

macOS Big Sur

Designed to unlock the potential of the M1 processor. Big Sur transforms the PC with massive performance and more. Beautiful new design with innovative personal data security features.

Retina display

With the stunning Retina display, images have an incredible level of detail and realism.

  • Text is crisp and clear.
  • LED backlighting provides deep blacks and bright whites.
  • The wide P3 color brings even more vibrant greens and reds than sRGB.
  • Every MacBook Air features True Tone technology, so the white balance automatically adjusts to match the color temperature of the light around you for a more natural viewing experience.
With a 13.3-inch Retina display (2560x1600) and a 25% wider color gamut than sRGB, the results will leave you with a mouthful of color. The display reaches all the way to the edges of the case, so you can focus on the content.

Camera & Microphone

FaceTime HD camera

The M1 chip even helps you look better. Advanced noise reduction makes dark areas sharper, and face detection uses the Neural Engine to better adjust white balance and exposure levels for even more natural skin tones.

Triple microphone

Studio quality without the studio. An improved signal-to-noise ratio rivals that of professional microphones.

Magic Keyboard

The Magic Keyboard lets you do everything faster and more efficiently.

  • The scissor mechanism provides a responsive, comfortable and quiet typing experience.
  • Touch ID provides quick, easy authentication for secure connections and purchases.

Touch ID

One touch is all it takes to unlock MacBook Air. Use your fingerprint to rent a movie, buy an app, or access things like secure documents or system settings without having to reenter your password. And when you shop online with Apple Pay, Touch ID fills in your shipping and billing information without sharing your card details.

Apple Pay

With Apple Pay, you can easily and securely pay for purchases using your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Mac

Applications

Run powerful applications built for the M1 chip. At the same time, all your existing applications work seamlessly thanks to Rosetta 2. And for the first time, you can use your favorite apps from iPhone and iPad directly on macOS. All in all, you'll have access to the largest collection of apps a Mac has ever had.

Connectivity

Thunderbolt - Ultra‑high bandwidth meets ultra‑versatility. Thunderbolt enables data transfer, charging, and video output all through a single port — and MacBook Air has two of them.

Wi-Fi 6

WiFi 6 gives you a smooth flow, greater range and increased capacity. Enjoy faster WiFi speeds from multiple devices at the same time.

It also gives you a 40% increase in data flow and is fully compatible with older WiFi devices.

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Manufacturer

Apple

Specifications

Processor (CPU)

Manufacturer
Apple
Family
M1
Frequency
3.2 GHz

Screen

IPS Panel
Yes
OLED
No
Diagonal
13.3 "
Resolution
2560x1600
Capabilities
Retina Display
Refresh Rate
60 Hz

RAM Memory

Memory Capacity
8 GB

Graphics Card

Shared Memory
Yes
Manufacturer
Apple
Model
7-Core

Hard Drive

Storage Medium
SSD
Hard Disk Capacity
256 GB

Reading Media

Card Reader
No

Connectivity

Connections
Thunderbolt 3
Wi-Fi/Bluetooth
Yes
Fingerprint Sensor
Yes

Software

Operating System
macOS

Main Specifications

Weight
1.29 kg
Type
Notebook
Colour
Gray
Keyboard Language
Greek
Year of Release
2020
Model
Macbook Αir

Commercial Warranty

Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
1 Year throughout the device

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alexandross_g
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52 out of 54 members found this review helpful

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I won't dwell on the positives, obviously it's one of the best laptops you can get for this price, very fast and exceptional. Especially if you have other devices from the company, the connection is immediate, so the whole user experience reaches another level. Now, it happened to me that a pixel from the screen burned out after 7 months from the purchase. As satisfied as I am with Apple, I am equally dissatisfied with the official services in our country... It's not something you want to happen to you because then you enter a vicious cycle and an endless hassle. On the one hand, the call center tells you that they will replace the screen for you, on the other hand, the service doesn't know where the four go. The point is that when you buy any product, there should be proper support behind it!
update: after visiting my official reseller, they changed the entire top of the Mac.

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I will mention some flaws, which are almost exclusively related to the operating system:
1. You cannot set different scrolling settings for touchpad and mouse wheel, even though there are separate menus for each. If you choose reverse scrolling on the touchpad (which is the most common), the same will happen with the mouse wheel, which is completely unusual and strange.
2. By default, if a folder contains subfolders and files, they are all listed together, not showing the subfolders first and then the files. You have to sort them by type to organize them in a more logical way. And this has to be done for each folder and subfolder (there is no general setting for all folders).
3. If you want to view photos in full screen that you have in a folder, you have to first select the ones you want to see (good luck when the folder contains other files and subfolders) and then open them in full screen. The MacBook will ask you beforehand if you are sure you want to open so many files. While in Windows, you can open one image in full screen and simply use the arrow keys to go to the next one.
4. Even worse is when you want to listen to some music tracks that a friend brought, for example, on a USB stick, expecting to enjoy them through the machine's great speakers. Instead, however, of what is obvious and simple on any "common" music-playing device (e.g. Bluetooth speaker, TV, laptop, etc.), here you will first receive a question asking if you are sure you want to open, let's say, 500 files (!?). You say yes, because you don't believe what will follow. Then you realize that the MacBook actually starts "opening" and "processing" one by one the 500 music tracks before you can listen to them, a process that takes several seconds for each track. But what does this processing, which ultimately makes you and your MacBook look ridiculous, consist of? Honestly, I didn't want to find out, as I didn't have the patience and rudeness to deal with this mess instead of enjoying my time with friends. It probably copies the files to the hard drive and organizes them in the playlist according to the artist, title, album, etc.
5. When you choose to close a window (red button), the application doesn't close. It remains open and essentially it's like you have minimized it. This is bad because it allows some applications, as long as they remain open, to record the computer's activity for advertising (and not only?) purposes based on, for example, stored cookies and browsing history. I realized this when I received a message in my email that I hadn't registered with Apple, promoting products for "my new Mac". Is that good? And this happened even though I had set my browser to delete all cookies and history every time I close it. So, I understood that in order to close an application, I have to right-click on its icon every time and choose exit or quit. Very helpful.
6. You cannot install Microsoft Access on a Mac (this hurt me quite a bit).
7. You can't simply connect an Android phone and have access to your files.
8. There is no way to delete text forward (the delete function in Windows).
9. If you connect an external hard drive with NTFS format, it doesn't recognize it.
10. There is no option to move files from one location to another (e.g. cut and paste). There is only the option to copy. You have to know some shortcuts that involve using the command or drag the file to its new location (which means you have to have two windows open).
11. It only has two USB-C ports. Good luck connecting a traditional mouse to this machine. I searched for a silent mouse with Bluetooth and found very few options. So you resort to using inconvenient extensions.
12. Word and Excel are considerably slower on the Mac.
13. The button for switching languages (bottom left on the keyboard) often doesn't respond, possibly because it has a very slow response time, which is extremely problematic when typing a text quickly. In practice, you end up pressing it and pressing it again until it responds. However, the shortcut control + space always works.
14. Searching for a file is not so easy. You open Finder, click on File, at the bottom of the list you click on Find, or alternatively, you click on the icon with the magnifying glass on the top right of the Finder window. Then you type the term and it immediately presents you with files that either include the search term or have it in the title, although in a mixed order. Then you choose whether you want the search term to be in the title of the file or to be included within it.
15. It is extremely difficult and time-consuming to select between different open windows of the same application. In Windows, when you hover over the icon of the open application, it shows a preview of the open windows and you can choose the one you want. Here, you have to make a gesture on the touchpad to display the open windows from all the open applications. You can also right-click on the application icon and choose from the list of names of the open files the one you want. There is also the "Mission Control" setting, which is quite fancy, but you can't do your work when the open windows are in full screen. You have to make a special selection for the left screen and the other open windows of the same application to continue appearing on the left, but you can't choose the one you want. You have to click on the left icon with the grouped open windows again and again until the one you want appears in the foreground.
16. Insufficient support, perhaps intentional neglect, for the Greek language. While some applications and system settings have Greek names (e.g. System Preferences, Control Center, Background Management), others have English names (e.g. Finder, Launchpad, Dock).
17. Splitting a window to the left or right of the screen, which is very useful when working with 2 open windows, works very poorly on the Mac and this setting is lost at the slightest provocation. For example, when you need to do something else with the computer, one of the two windows inexplicably switches to full screen view.
18. Slow response of the touchpad in some functions. The right click, for example, takes a long time to load when selecting with two fingers. Even worse is when you choose to drag on the screen with a double click instead of pressing the surface. The machine takes a while to respond when you release your finger at the end of the movement, so when you click again somewhere on the screen, the screen moves again as if you never lifted your finger from the surface. I searched for a solution and some suggest disabling complex touch gestures to prevent the machine from being slow to understand what you want to do. Seriously now? I never had similar problems with Windows, even with machines that are a decade old or older.
19. User switching: Initially, it does not appear in the Apple menu. There is only the option to log out the user. You have to make a setting for this option to appear. However, you still cannot display it as a choice in the Apple menu, along with the options to log out, shut down, and restart. NO, of course not. Basic things here seem like luxuries. This option will appear either in the menu bar or in the control center. Only then can you switch users.
20. If for some reason someone wants to perform a clean installation of the operating system, they will definitely need to call a technician or be very careful because there are traps here: When you reach the window to delete the disk through the Recovery Menu, you will find that there is no indication to return to the Recovery Menu to select the installation of the operating system. You will have to guess that here, except for a few cases, when you close a window, you return to the previous menu. But if you make the mistake of shutting down the computer, hoping to enter the recovery menu again by pressing command + R during startup, you're out of luck. Because then you can only install via the internet. And guess what... No matter how many times I tried, the installation would freeze at the final stage and tell me to restart the process. In technical support, they suggested (believe it or not) that I connect with mobile data to download some gigabytes of the operating system from there because if the network is unstable, the process gets stuck! They didn't even know to tell me that the system time may have changed after erasing the disk, causing the installation to fail for this reason. And in my case, the time was correct, but the time zone had shifted to the US, so I was... in the future. And how do you adjust the time? Well... of course, through a command in the terminal, or better yet, by taking the mac directly to someone to fix it. The funny thing is that, amidst all this chaos and having complained strongly, I heard the ultimate comment from someone in technical support, that macs are made to better serve the user.

Overall, as I live with this tool, I discover other things that I CANNOT do or that I do with considerable time delay. I made this choice because I wanted a laptop that would not need replacement every so often. It has a very good screen, speakers, and battery life. Also, the price I bought it for (999 euros) was about 300 euros lower than a similarly equipped laptop with not-so-good Windows 11, so I preferred to take the risk.

3/3/2023:
Now, this specific macbook is owned by someone else, who is very happy with it and will hardly ever worry about the things I mentioned before, as they don't heavily use the machine, especially for office applications. I am now using an Asus Zenbook UM3402Y, 50 euros cheaper with a much better screen, which does its job quickly, without any unnecessary delays.

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  • Tryfwn23
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    9 out of 11 members found this review helpful
    This review is about the colour: Gold

    I recently purchased it (1 week ago) and it is used for everyday tasks, movies, and programming. Its screen is excellent, the laptop is very fast with a powerful processor, and the 8 GB RAM has proven to be sufficient so far. However, what is truly impressive is the battery, which is much better than expected. I consider it a very good purchase, even though it has been 3 years since its release. Although, to be honest, if I had known about the announcement for the m3, I might have waited for some time.

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  • Sofia_smile
    5
    8 out of 9 members found this review helpful

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    This review is about the keyboard language: International English

    Powerful laptop. I use it for programming and training machine learning models, so it handles heavy tasks very well. The battery lasts a long time, over 6-7 hours.

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  • Alboukos
    5
    7 out of 10 members found this review helpful

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    The most value for money laptop currently on the market. Incredible processor, very good battery for the usage I make, very good build quality, incredible speakers, incredible camera. It's worth the money 10/10

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  • Nick_Mylon
    5
    5 out of 6 members found this review helpful

    For photo editing, it is very good, for the rest I don't think further comments are needed.. the positive reviews and positive experiences of people speak for themselves.

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  • AIexPap
    5
    6 out of 10 members found this review helpful

    Unbelievable machine and very elegant in appearance.

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  • dim_mpat
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    11 out of 12 members found this review helpful

    I have had this laptop for almost a year now and so far it has proven to be exceptional.

    The build quality is very premium, it's all aluminum and very lightweight. It's very convenient for both office use and having it on your lap.

    The screen is excellent, with vibrant colors and satisfactory brightness. The speakers are very loud. The keyboard and trackpad are flawless. The Touch ID is also very convenient.

    The battery lasts easily for 5 days with normal use. It charges very quickly (the only negative is that the charger cable is a bit short for a laptop (2m), but it's not a big problem since it doesn't need constant charging).

    The processor is a beast. Especially the Apple applications, but also the rest work great and very fast. You can work with 10 open applications and it won't crash at all. The operating system is very user-friendly and works seamlessly with other Apple devices.

    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT WITHOUT HESITATION!

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  • giannis_iliopoulos
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    24 out of 29 members found this review helpful

    I'm sorry to say this, but at a thousand euros it's unbeatable. Yes, it's an old classic design, but all the other features are at least two years ahead of the competition. There is no equivalent machine on the market for this price. Gamers, of course, look elsewhere.

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  • spyr
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    15 out of 16 members found this review helpful

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    This review is about the keyboard language: Engish US

    Somewhere around €1000 there was no competition!
    Amazing speeds with the m1 and battery life on another level.
    Programming with many heavy programs and easily getting through the 8-hour workday.

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  • stratus.stratus
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    5 out of 7 members found this review helpful

    Coming from a MacBook Air 11" of all times, and a MacBook 12" of all kinds, I decided to enter the silicon generation, apart from the weight, close to 1,300 grams everything else is a plus. Finally, the batteries and keyboards of 2015 and beyond are a thing of the past, and they last and don't break. The battery doesn't exceed 25° temperature (coconutBattery), and maybe that's why it lasts incredibly long, thanks to the processor. The speakers impressed me a lot compared to the previous machines I had, since 2007. Try them with the Boom 3D for Mac, and you'll be amazed, I've been using it for years, but with these speakers, it's taken to the next level, imagine the new ones that were put on the 2022 models.

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  • Ιασωνας
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    10 out of 13 members found this review helpful

    It’s unbeatably fast and powerful. It's worth buying for next 5 years. It’s the breakthrough of Apple for this decade!

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  • ioannatheof003
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    1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
    This review is about the colour: Silver

    It has been very convenient for me for school (architecture), after two years I am very satisfied. The battery life, the volume, and its small weight are very positive characteristics when I have to have it with me all day.

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  • Nikos_Kapsalis
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    10 out of 10 members found this review helpful

    This is my 4th Mac, the last one was the MacBook Air 2020 i5 512gb which didn't impress me. The M1 is the first device that does exactly what it promises in its description, it's lightning fast, almost never heats up and best of all, it has an endless battery life. For me, it's the best MacBook I've bought so far!

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  • aristeidis1234
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    19 out of 19 members found this review helpful

    First time with Apple.

    Positives:
    +Incredible design
    +Lightweight
    +Very good screen
    +The touchpad is amazing (you can do your work without a mouse)
    +Long battery life (easily lasts 8 hours)
    +Doesn't heat up easily because of its high-quality material.

    Negatives:
    -Higher cost
    -Expensive accessories if you want them to be Apple (no real reason to do so)

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  • Debora_Storelli
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    4 out of 6 members found this review helpful

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    First time using a Mac and I am very satisfied! The screen is 13.3'', I also got a case for protection, the keyboard and touchpad work perfectly. I am pleased!!

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  • kantonop
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    17 out of 57 members found this review helpful
    This review is about the colour: Silver

    M1 is much inferior to the circumstances. I gave the previous model to get this one. Within two months, the cursor started sticking, pages took longer to open, and changing wifi networks took 2 minutes to load new pages. Overall, I'm completely disappointed, paying twice as much as any other laptop and waiting for it to drag along.

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  • jim4474
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    15 out of 16 members found this review helpful

    I mostly use it as a professional machine (photo editing, programming) and it's currently excellent! I also have a 2017 13.3" MacBook Pro with Intel, but since it's now struggling to keep up with my workload, I had to get the M1 Air! The screen is great, as expected! The sound is wonderful and enveloping. The processor seems to be handling everything I've asked of it so far (Lightroom, Photoshop, Xcode, etc.)
    It's an excellent machine for professional and non-professional use alike!

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  • Taxiarhisss
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    26 out of 31 members found this review helpful

    It really is worth the 980 euros. Transitioning from a PC (meaning only for editing) with Ryzen 7 3700X and 3080, in Premiere Pro, while the Windows PC had frame rate issues, the Mac right next to it had no issues at all. The difference in rendering time was 25 minutes on the Mac and 31 minutes on the Ryzen. However, the difference is that when rendering, it becomes very slow compared to the PC, perhaps intentionally to prevent the processor from overheating or simply because the architecture in the laptop or ARM is still new and has not fully utilized multithreading. Finally, I have to say that the touchpad is incredible with infinite features, you won't even need an external mouse like on other laptops. The battery lasts 15-20 hours, so you only need to charge it every 2-3 days depending on usage. The speakers are amazing, with a very stable stereo for a laptop, and the design is very thin, around 1 cm, so it's convenient to carry everywhere.

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  • VaKs
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    19 out of 20 members found this review helpful

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    First time on a MacBook after 14 years with Acer and Lenovo, the experience is simply unique, perfect synchronization with the iPhone 8 Plus and Apple smartwatch... Whatever you start on your phone, you can continue on your laptop and vice versa, and it doesn't heat up at all. The battery lasts around 10 hours with screen usage, mainly for music and movies.

    It has quite a few "hidden secrets" that I'm still trying to discover, I'll come back with a new review.

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  • dimitriskal33
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    7 out of 7 members found this review helpful

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    This review is about the keyboard language: International English

    Simply flawless in every way. It may be expensive, but it's worth it.

    2. I got the US keyboard but there's no significant difference, except that there are no Greek characters on the keyboard. If you don't need them, go ahead without fear.

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  • Apostolos_Antoniou7440
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    15 out of 19 members found this review helpful

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    Simply perfect in every way (and I had 2 previous MacBook Airs before this)... yes, it's expensive, but at least it never breaks down, and in 3-4 years you can sell it for 50%, not 30% like others...

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  • dimos_likidis
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    20 out of 26 members found this review helpful

    Switching from a Windows 11 gaming PC to this MacBook for programming focus. It's amazing in every aspect. The 4K 60Hz screen is terrific, with a powerful processor that, in combination with all the hardware, does wonders. The battery lasts about 27-28 hours of screen time with browsing and coding. It doesn't lag anywhere, not even in demanding renders! The keyboard is very comfortable and stable, with keys that don't wobble, and very powerful lighting, as well as the brightness of the screen. The touchpad is the best I've ever touched, large and very slippery. The 13.3-inch screen is more than enough, and if it doesn't cover you, you can easily add a screen either with USB Type-C or HDMI by purchasing a hub. If you're looking for a laptop and you're a programmer, graphic designer, or editor, this is the laptop for you.

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  • Kwtths3k
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    15 out of 19 members found this review helpful

    This laptop is unbelievable and truly the best value for money in its category of laptops. It's the first time I've bought a MacBook and I've heard so many good things about these laptops that I couldn't believe it. It doesn't heat up at all under conditions of video, photo or music production, which is what I use it for. It's quiet and has many other features. It's a very good laptop that can even replace a desktop computer. I highly recommend it and anyone who invests in this machine will be very satisfied. Well done, Apple.

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  • Excellence
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    14 out of 16 members found this review helpful

    Whatever we say is unnecessary! It's super lightweight with a battery life of 10+ hours, a processor that competes with all high-end models of its time! You can't hear anything! The screen is really good and the built quality is top of the top! I don't need to say anything about macOS, we've known for years!

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  • Thanasis Skandalis
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    14 out of 16 members found this review helpful

    The best for DJing is simply guaranteed... Don't be afraid to invest, it runs all programs without any problems and most importantly (an eternal problem with MacBooks) it doesn't overheat! And all of this at a really good price for what it provides. Congratulations Apple, I give it to you this time!

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  • alem7385
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    This review is about the colour: Gold

    Okay, Apple generally has expensive products, but just because they're expensive doesn't mean the battery won't die or it won't overheat!
    And of course, you don't buy a MacBook for gaming.

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Χρειάζομαι laptop για online μαθήματα. Η κάμερα του συγκεκριμένου MacBook για video calls εχει καλή ανάλυση;

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Σκεφτομαι να παρω τον συγκεκριμενο υπολογιστη αλλα δεν ξερω αν μπορω να χρησιμοποιησω power point και παρομοια προγραμματα για εργασιες. Υπαρχει κατι δωρεαν που μπορω να εγκαταστησω;

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Όλα τα προγράμματα της Microsoft μπορείς να τα βρεις δωρεάν στο browser(στο Microsoft.com)αρκεί να έχεις λογαριασμό Microsoft. Εγώ δουλεύω πολύ με word και κάνω την δουλεια μου μεσω browser και δεν έχω κανένα πρόβλημα.

Qelosre

Για video editing αν θέλεις MacBook οπωσδήποτε τότε να κοιτάξεις καλύτερα το MacBook Pro διότι το Air τα βρίσκει σκούρα με τέτοιες δουλειές

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Καλησπέρα ήθελα να ρωτήσω αν έχει βρει κανείς τρόπο να βλέπει την μπαταρία του λαπτοπ όταν το φορτίζει απενεργοποιημένο γιατί δεν υπάρχει ενα φωτάκι η κάτι που να δείχνει ότι φορτίστηκε και φοβάμαι μήπως το αφήνω πολύ ώρα να φορτιστεί και χαλάω την μπαταρία.

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