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Apple drop Macbook in favour of the new Macbook Air & Mac Mini

Date Added 20/07/2011

After 5 years, Apple today discontinued their Macbook range. However, Apple have also unveiled the latest line of MacBook Air and Mac Mini with new processors, graphics cards, thunderbolt technology and a whole host of other new and exciting features. 

Available in 2 sizes, the new MacBook Air is now selling on Apple's online retail store starting from £849.

The 11inch model comes with either a 64GB or 128GB solid state drive whilst the 15inch model comes with either a 128GB or 256GB solid state drive.

Both the 11 and 13inch models feature Intel Core i5 processors, which, can be upgraded to Intel Core i7 Processors.

Also available from Apple’s online retail store and starting at £529, the new Mac Mini’s come with 500GB hard drives and feature Intel Core i5 processors (upgradeable to Intel Core i7 in the 2.5GHz model).

The new Mac Mini no longer comes with an optical drive and feature up to 2x faster graphics than previous models.

Apple’s latest machines come with the new Mac OS X Lion pre-installed and Thunderbolt technology, allowing users to connect high performance peripherals and high resolution displays to a single port with data transfer rates up to 10Gbps.

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