Tanga offers Apple 11.6" MacBook Air MD711LL/A, 128GB SSD, Core i5 (Grade A) for $539.99 (reg. $1,299.99) with free shipping.
The 11.6" MacBook Air Notebook Computer from Apple is an ultraportable notebook computer with a thin and lightweight design. Apples engineers have leveraged the lessons they learned in designing the miniaturized iPad and applied them to the design of this 2.38-pound computer. The system is defined by its unibody aluminum enclosure. At its thickest point the computer is only 0.68" it tapers down to 0.11" at its thinnest. Computers in the MacBook Airs weight class are most often classified in the netbook category.
Netbooks typically feature less-than-full-size keyboards, cramped trackpads, and low-powered CPUs. Not so with the MacBook Air. This computer features a standard-size backlit chiclet keyboard, the same as on the larger computers in the MacBook line. It also has a large multi-touch glass trackpad, giving you full control over your computer without sacrificing ergonomics.
The MacBook Air is housed in an aluminum unibody enclosure, which is as strong as it is light. Because it is cut from a solid block of aluminum, the housing is stronger than those found on laptops built via traditional means. The computer is powered by a dual-core 4th-gen, low-voltage Haswell 1.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor and has 4GB of onboard 1600MHz LPDDR3 RAM. Graphics are provided by integrated Intel HD Graphics 5000. The computer features all the amenities you expect on a Mac a FaceTime HD webcam, dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi (also compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0 and built-in stereo speakers.
Features & Specifications:
Condition: Grade A Refurbished – previously used with minor wear
Through the refurbishment process, all units are tested for functionality to make sure it functions as if it was straight out of the factory.Unit may show minor signs of wear and the overall condition is considered good with minor scrapes.Everything is guaranteed to be fully functional.
Category: Apple Products
Posted on 01 July 2016, 08:09 AM