“It’s Apple’s first fanless MacBook. It’s the first to use Intel’s ultra-low-power processors in the form of the Broadwell-based Core M. It’s got a Retina Display,” Cunningham reports. “It’s not a cut-down budget model, and it’s not quite a MacBook Air replacement.”
“The numbers seem small on paper—it weighs two pounds and is 13mm thick at its thickest point. Seeing it in person really drives home what a small laptop this is. It’s the most similar to the 11-inch MacBook Air, but it’s got a bigger and better screen,” Cunningham reports. “I moved from an 11- to a 13-inch MacBook Air because I found the display too cramped, but the new MacBook is large enough to avoid that problem.”
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MacDailyNews Take: The jury’s still out on this new keyboard and Apple’s entirely new butterfly mechanism.
Apple unveils all-new MacBook, the thinnest and lightest Mac ever made – March 9, 2015