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With the MacBook Air, Apple has created the world's thinnest laptop--measuring an unprecedented 0.16-inches at its thinnest point (and 0.76 inches thick overall). Apple brings its vaunted multi-touch technology, found on the iPhone, to its laptops with the MacBook Air, enabling you to pinch, swipe, or rotate to zoom in on text, advance through a photo album, or adjust an image via the oversized trackpad. And the MacBook Air embodies Apple's continuing environmental progress with its aluminum enclosure, a material highly desired by recyclers; Apple's first mercury-free LCD display with arsenic-free glass; and brominated flame retardant-free material for the majority of circuit boards as well as PVC-free internal cables.
From 0.16 to 0.76 inch thin and weighing only 3.0 pounds, MacBook Air sets new standards for ultraportable computing — without the usual ultraportable compromises.
Faster Intel mobile architecture
With speeds up to 1.86GHz, the Intel Core 2 Duo processor in the new MacBook Air offers 50 percent more L2 cache, faster DDR3 memory, and a faster frontside bus than the previous model.
The genius of Multi-Touch
The MacBook Air trackpad adopts many of the innovative Multi-Touch gestures of the Apple iPhone, so you can pinch, swipe, or rotate by simply moving your fingers.
Up to 4x more graphics performance
With the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics, the new MacBook Air offers smooth video playback, a great ultraportable gaming experience, and support for the new 24-inch Apple LED Cinema Display as well as the 30-inch Apple Cinema HD Display.