The MacBook Air 11-inch is a great laptop for students and professionals, offering the best of Apple’s design and computing prowess. The model I bought was on sale, but it wasn’t one of the newer models with a slightly faster processor or more memory. However, it performs well enough for my needs (running Word and Excel most often). The battery life is also quite good—I can get about 8 hours out of this model when casually using it (i.e., browsing the web, etc.).
Number of Cores 2
The processor has two cores with four threads. It is a dual-core system, so there are two physical cores, each of which can execute more than one thread simultaneously (hyperthreading). This means it acts like a multiple-core CPU but cannot be called such.
The number of processor cores tells you how many physical processors are in your Mac. For example, a dual-core CPU has two physical processors, while an eight-core CPU has eight physical processors. If you have 4GB RAM installed on your Mac and want to upgrade to 8GB RAM, then you need to make sure that your new memory module supports both the same speed and capacity as the existing one; otherwise, it won’t work properly and may cause errors or crashes when running software applications or games that use heavy memory resources.
Display Resolution 1440 x 900
The 11-inch Apple MacBook Air has a display resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The display type is IPS LCD, and it uses LED backlighting. This model has a maximum brightness of 300 cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. The pixel density is 128 PPI (pixels per inch).
The MacBook Air features an anti-glare coating on its screen, which helps reduce glare when working outside or in bright conditions. It also reduces fingerprints, smudges and scratches, so your screen will always look its best.
Display Size 11.6 inches
The MacBook Air 11-inch has a display size of 11.6 inches. This is measured diagonally and represents the total width of the screen from one corner to another. The height of this device’s screen is also 11.6 inches, but it does not represent its actual physical size or diagonal measurement; rather, it refers to how much space your content will occupy when displayed on your laptop’s display.
Your MacBook Air’s RAM can be upgraded to 8 GB, 16 GB, or 32 GB. RAM is a computer chip that your MacBook Air uses to store data while you’re working on it temporarily. It’s faster than a hard drive and holds much more information, but it doesn’t hold data when the power is off. When you reboot your laptop after losing power unexpectedly (or intentionally), it will lose all of its stored data because none of those files is saved in permanent storage like on an external hard drive or flash drive.
RAM is used for active programs and their data (e.g., your browser windows open in Chrome). When you’re not using a program anymore (aka closing it), its contents are moved from RAM into the system’s hard drive, where they become permanent – meaning they won’t disappear when shutting down or rebooting your computer again later on.*
Memory Speed 1600 MHz
The Apple MacBook Air is 11 inch equipped with 1600 MHz DDR3L SDRAM. This memory range translates to a clock speed of 1.6 GHz, the same speed as the previous generation of MacBook Airs running on 1.7 GHz processors.
Graphics Coprocessor Intel HD Graphics 6000
The Intel HD Graphics 6000 is the fastest version of the Intel HD Graphics, an integrated graphics solution. The graphics processor has a clock speed of 900 MHz and can be found in all recent MacBook Airs and MacBook Pros with Retina Display, Mac minis since 2012, iMacs since 2013, iMac Pros since 2017, as well as other iOS devices like the iPad 5 (2014). The chip is based on Intel’s Gen7 architecture and supports OpenGL 3.2 and OpenCL 1.1/2.0 for general-purpose calculations involving various parallel computing frameworks like CUDA or OpenCL (GPGPU). It also features Quick Sync Video support for video encoding/decoding tasks at lower latencies than normal applications would require by using offloading technology from the CPU to increase its processing power by up to 6x faster than real-time speed when converting H264 videos into 1080p AVC format at 30 FPS using x264 encoder software from Open Media Foundation project.
Chipset Brand Intel
The Intel brand is one of the most well-known names in the computer industry. Founded in 1968, Intel has produced processors and other components for many devices since it was first established.
One unique product they have produced is the x86 line of CPUs, which have been found in Macintosh computers since 2006 (although they were used previously as well).
Card Description Integrated
The integrated graphics processor is a part of the CPU and cannot be upgraded. It produces 3D images or videos based on commands from the computer’s CPU. The graphics card is important in determining how well a laptop will perform games, video editing, and other applications that require high visual quality. Integrated graphics are not as powerful as discrete ones but sufficient for everyday tasks like surfing the internet, watching videos, etc.
Wireless Type 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0
- The MacBook Air 11-inch supports 802.11a/b/g/n wireless networking, the same as most other laptops. 802.11a is a wireless protocol standard that provides data transfer speeds up to 54 Mbps, while 802.11b and g are slower at 20 and 54 Mbps, respectively.
- Bluetooth 4.0 is also supported by the MacBook Air 11-inch laptop, which allows for short-range communication between devices such as speakers or headphones and your laptop or smartphone over distances of about 30 feet (about 10 meters).
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2
The MacBook Air has two USB 3.0 ports faster than USB 2.0. However, they’re still backwards compatible with USB 2.0 devices—the only difference is their speed. The common name for these ports is SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.0), although some manufacturers prefer to use terms like SuperSpeed or Ultra-Fast depending on their preference or brand strategy.
MacBook Air 11 inch
The MacBook Air 11-inch is a laptop computer. It’s built to be light, portable, and powerful at the same time. In addition, the MacBook Air 11 inch is Apple’s thinnest, most energy-efficient notebook ever.
The Apple Macbook has many features you expect from an Apple product: it’s easy to use, fast, and looks good too.
The MacBook Air 11-inch is a good, affordable laptop. It offers the same amount of storage space as other models in the family, but its processor is slightly slower than those on other MacBook Air models. However, this would be a good choice if you’re looking for an ultra-portable laptop with a good battery life that won’t break the bank. Keep in mind that better options exist if you’re willing to spend more money on your next computer purchase!
1. What is 1440 x 900 resolution called?
The resolution 1440×900 is known as WXGA+ display, which is a renewed and enhanced version of the WXGA standard. This means that it has more pixel density than 1280×800 (WXGA standard).
2. Is 1080p better than 1440×900?
1080p is the next step up from the most common current resolution of 1440 x 900. It’s not a significant leap either in terms of processing power or display technology, but it does offer better image quality and will transform your gaming experience.
3. Can you tell a difference between 1080p and 1440p?
1440p vs 1080p: The most obvious difference between 1440P and 1080P is going to be the pixel density. A monitor with 78% more pixels will certainly look sharper but equally, it will also appear slightly smaller when used side by side with a 1080p monitor.