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The first generation 13” MacBook Air (MB003LL/A) features a 1.6GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with two independent processor cores with a 4MB on-chip shared level 2 cache on an 800MHz frontside bus. This processor was minaturized to fit in the ultra slim MacBook Air chasis.

The 1.6GHz MacBook Air comes with 2GB of onboard 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM and an 80 GB PATA (4200RPM) hard drive. It sports an Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphics processor with 144MB of DDR2 SDRAM that is shared with main memory. The three pound ultra thin 13.3” widescreen TFT LED is outfitted with a (0.16-0.76 inch) aluminum case.

Standard connectivity includes AirPort Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n), single USB 2.0 port, Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, analog out, micro-DVI that supports up to a 24” display. There are no optical in/out, Firewire, or internal ethernet capabilities. Unlike many subnotebooks, the MacBook Air sports a full size backlit keyboard with ambient light sensor and multi-touch trackpad.

Late 2008 1.86GHz MacBook Air

On October 14, 2008 Apple released the 13” 1.86GHz (MB940LL/A) Intel Core 2 Duo processor MacBook Air. These are two independent processor cores sharing 6MB on-chip level 2 cache on a 1066MHz frontside bus. This processor features a faster architecture with a faster system bus larger L2 cache and faster memory. 2GB of 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM come standard on both models as well as a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM shared with main memory. The 1.6GHz holds a 120GB SATA (4200 RPM) hard drive while the 1.86 holds a 128GB Solid-State Drive (SSD) Both models replace the mini-DVI port with a new Mini DisplayPort.

Mid 2009 1.86GHz MacBook Air

On June 8, 2009 the MacBook Air Core 2 Duo 1.86GHz (MC233LLL/A) processor was born. These processors still feature 6MB on chip L2 caches, a 1066MHz system bus, and 2GB of onboard, non-upgradable 1066MHz DDR3 memory. They also still utilize a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor with 256MB of memory shared with the system. A 120GB (4200RPM) Serial ATA hard drive comes standard on the 1.86GHz model while a 128GB Solid State Drive (SSD) is house in the 2.13GHz model. The most valuable improvement in this release is the 40 W/Hr battery that provides an estimated 4.5 hours of battery life.

Mid 2009 2.13GHz MacBook Air

On June 8, 2009 the MacBook Air Core 2 Duo 2.13GHz processor was born. These processors still feature 6MB on chip L2 caches, a 1066MHz system bus, and 2GB of onboard, non-upgradable 1066MHz DDR3 memory. They also still utilize a NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor with 256MB of memory shared with the system. A 120GB (4200RPM) Serial ATA hard drive comes standard on the 1.86GHz model while a 128GB Solid State Drive (SSD) is house in the 2.13GHz model. The most valuable improvement in this release is the 40 W/Hr battery that provides an estimated 4.5 hours of battery life.

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