New MacBook Air priced from RM4399 — comes with dual-core Intel Core i3 processor
Apple has just announced the new MacBook Pro with the latest 10th Generation “Ice Lake” Intel Core processors and new Magic Keyboard that’s lifted from the recent MacBook Pro. Thanks to the new processors, Apple promises up to two times faster CPU performance and 80% faster graphics performance.
While the MacBook Air is available with a quad-core Core i7 variant, Apple Malaysia has yet to reveal the pricing for that, or whether they will be bringing that variant into Malaysia. For now, you can already check out the pricing for the dual-core Core i3 and quad-core Core i5 variants of the MacBook Air, which go for RM4399 and RM5599, respectively.
Apple will be harnessing the latest LPDDR4X-3733 memory in the latest MacBook Air to deliver better battery life. You can configure the new MacBook Air with up to 16GB RAM and 2TB SSD storage. While they have made every attempt to improve the efficiency of the new MacBook Airs, Apple has refrained from making any claims about the battery life of the new MacBook Air, instead claiming all-day battery life. For security, Apple also integrated their latest Apple T2 Security Chip. On the outside, you get a chassis made from 100% recycled aluminium, a 13″ Retina display with True Tone and a spacious Force Touch trackpad.
If you need more displays, you can also connect up to 6K displays, to the two Thunderbolt 3 ports available, a first for MacBook Airs. The MacBook Air is available in Space Gray, Gold and Silver.
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