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New Apple MacBook Air (13-inch, 10th generation Intel Core i3 Dual Core 1.1 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB)

I was looking forward to this new Air and the experience is fantastic.

I summarize my analysis:

New Apple MacBook Air (13-inch, 10th generation Intel Core i3 Dual Core 1.1 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB)
New Apple MacBook Air (13-inch, 10th generation Intel Core i3 Dual Core 1.1 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB)

? PROS:

? Elegant and light design.
? Enhanced keyboard, fantastic.
? Long battery life

? Acceptable price

? CONTRAS:

? Limited ports. Obligatory to buy a HUB

? Short power for demanding programs

Is it worth upgrading if you are coming from Air 2019? A brief comparison.
The MacBook Air range is the affordable Apple, in this new version the price is even cheaper (unusual).
This model incorporates a tenth generation i5 processor (the previous one is an eighth) along with the fastest RAM gives us an improvement in performance.

The design maintains the same line, it is difficult to see the changes. It keeps the length and width 30.41 x 21.24 cm, the width goes from 1.56 to 1.61 cm and the weight from 1.25 to 1.29 kg, practically identical.
The most notable change is in the Magic keyboard, the same one that incorporates the 2019 MacBook Pro, with a scissor mechanism and keys with 1 mm of travel.

The screen is still 13.3 inches, LED backlighting, IPS technology and True Tone technology. The 2,560 x 1,600 resolution gives us a pixel density of 227. I love the screen, it is incredibly sharp. If there are differences in the graphics, the Intel Iris Plus are more powerful and are compatible with 6K displays.

So, which one do I buy?
If you have the previous model, hang on another year, otherwise the answer is clear, with more powerful, newer hardware and a lower price: MacBook Air 2020.

Very satisfied with the purchase.

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