Posts Tagged: "macbook air"

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Expand Your MacBook Air With A MicroSD Card Reader

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MacBooks are spectacular laptops. Most people will swear by them and love the way the work and the design they present. However, one complaint you will often hear surrounding these things is that, well, Apple can be a little stingy with the space, and most external storage solutions are ever...

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$500 Apple Certified MacBook Air (2011) Clearance

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Update 8/26/14: Over 100 units sold thus far. Looks like stock is still going strong. Take a byte out of some Apple savings. Mmm. Puns. The current generation of MacBook Air will typically run you $1,000 or so, but if you go back a few years in model, you can...

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Deals: Amazon Fire TV Gets its First Real Discount

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Tired of the same old Roku, Apple TV, and Chromecast? Today the new Amazon Fire TV received its first significant price drop direct from the manufacturer. At $84, it’s a dollar cheaper than the usual Apple TV sale price – and the Apple TV doesn’t let you use voice commands...

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This $649 MacBook Air Is Your Deal of The Day

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Need an ultraportable laptop that’s solidly constructed, reliable, and won’t break the bank? We found the 2012 era MacBook Air 11 for only $649 via Daily Steals. This makes the cheapest we’ve found the model for by $51. If you don’t need substantial storage and use a laptop for everyday...

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New Apple Macbook Airs Expected to Launch Tomorrow

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Last week, there was rumor floating all over the internet that Apple will launch new Macbook Airs this week. According to a new report, Apple will launch the updated Macbook Airs as early as tomorrow. The folks at 9to5Mac mention the stock of the updated Macbook Airs have started arriving...

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Startech Thunderbolt Docking Station Review

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With any computer that uses Thunderbolt, unless you’ve got the cash to buy a couple of Thunderbolt Displays to go along with it, there’s very little most users can do with the high density data transfer connector. It’s expensive and has very little support in the PC community, even if...

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Your MacBook Air Might Need A New Drive

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Apple actually has surprisingly tight manufacturing standards. Compared to other companies, especially in the consumer electronics arena, it has surprisingly few recalls and problems. That said, if you bought a MacBook Air between June 2012 and June 2013, you might need to take it back. The Problem Apple is being...