New MacBook Air 2010: Faster CPU or Less Heat Issues?

By Jamie Pert - Aug 25, 2010

Earlier today we spoke about the possibility of a new generation of MacBook Airs being revealed at Apple‘s September keynote, therefore we thought we would get some feedback to see what it is that consumers really want.

One problem with the current MacBook Air models is that they run extremely hot when used for extensive multimedia tasks, therefore we want to know what you is your biggest priority, fast performance or cooler operation?

It is fair to say that the Core 2 Duos available in MacBook Airs today are somewhat lacking, therefore a refresh is needed, however the relatively slow (for today’s high standards) Core 2 Duo chips seem to suffer cooling problems in the MacBook Air’s ultrathin chassis, therefore a faster chip could suffer even worse problems.

We would like some feedback on this matter to see what you would like, therefore feel free to fill out our simple poll below.

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Own a MacBook Air? If so, what changes would you like to see? Let us know in the comments section below.

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