Apple MacBook Air Laptop (2020)

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Battery Capacity
49.9 watt-hour
Camera | Front
720p
Colors
Gold; Space Gray; Silver
Display | Pixel Density
227 ppi
Display | Resolution
2560 x 1600

Dimensions

Display | Diagonal
13.3 in
Size | Depth
21.24 cm
Size | Height
1.61 cm
Size | Width
30.41 cm
Weight
1.29 kg

Function

Ports
2x USB-C (thunderbolt), Headphone jack
Processor
1.1GHz 2-core Intel Core i3; 1.2GHz 4-core i7 (optional)
Wireless Connectivity
WiFi (802.11a/b/g/n/ac), Bluetooth 5.0

Performance

Memory | Capacity
8GB; up to 16 GB
Memory | Type
3733Mhz LPDDR4X
Power Supply
30W USB-C adapter
Storage
256 GB SSD; up to 2 TB

Production

Debut
2020 March

Product Description

The 2020 iteration of the MacBook Air sports faster chips for up to twice the CPU performance and 80% faster graphics performance of its predecessor. Apple also includes the improved Magic Keyboard first introduced in the MacBook Pro 16.

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