New 11-inch MacBook Air 2010: Specs, Photo and Price

By Jamie Pert - Oct 20, 2010

As we predicted Apple today unveiled their new MacBook Airs, there are two sizes available either 11-inch or 13-inch models, in this article we will speak about the 11-inch model’s technical specifications and pricing.

All variants of the 11-inch models feature an 11.6-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display which supports a native resolution of 1366 x 768, NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics, a Mini DisplayPort, WiFi b/g/n, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, a 3.5mm headphone port and a Multi-Touch trackpad.

The cheapest model is available for $999, this gives you an Intel Core 2 Duo (1.4GHz) processor, 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and 64GB of flash storage, in terms of internal hardware upgrades the only you can do is add another 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM, this will cost an extra $100.

The other 11-inch model costs $1,199.00, as standard you get an Intel Core 2 Duo (1.4GHz) processor, 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and 128GB of flash storage. There are more internal upgrade options available with this variant, you can upgrade to a 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo chip for an extra $100, if you want 4GB of RAM this will also cost you an additional $100.

As usual there is a long list of software and accessories which you can choose, if you would like to see Apple’s official 11-inch MacBook spec sheet check out this link, also you can check out the new-look MacBook Air here (we have embedded one photo below).

If you would like to buy the new MacBook Air check out this link.

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  • Michael

    Hate to be an Apple fan but I just got mine and it is a true miracle of engineering and precision–they outdid themselves. Loaded Windows 7 (dual boot camp) which it runs faster than any high power windows laptop I have ever owned (maybe they are tapping into the graphics card to augment the dual processor but however it is being done — wow). Word, Excel, and Powerpoint pop up nearly instantly. The instant off and on feature they mentioned also works when Win7 is running.

  • roy (malta)

    its not worth it. too much expensive, ram and drive not user replaceable? wheres the sd card slot on the 11 inch? i will wait for other companies to produce core 2 duo netbooks and see from there.

  • scott

    its great that they are portable, but for the love of all that's technologically sound, give me user replaceable RAM!! not only that but id wager that the only place that solid state storage is available is from apple, wonder if its patented… just seems to me like apple are shoveling their users ever more far into their own ecosystem with these laptops. i don't see one user replaceable part on this machine and that's a worry for me. also, what are they thinking with the pricing structure?? sure its more portable and has better data read speeds and the likes, but put the entry level 13" macbook air spec against a 13" macbook pro entry level spec and you soon see that the pricing structure doesn't seem to stand up on its own two feet all that well. an entry level machine should be an enrty level price. over here in the UK a nice £500-£600 would keep apples premium brand image, but would also be a nice entry level price.

  • Theonethattalks

    I would seriously be scared i would break that.