As one of Apple’s most popular product lines, MacBook laptops are perfect for workaholics, students and casual users alike. The lightweight MacBook Air models are great for those who need to take their laptop on their daily commute, whilst the MacBook Pro is a powerhouse that makes light work of demanding programmes.
Apple MacBook Air
As the base model, the Apple MacBook Air can be transported with ease due to its compact dimensions - models range from 0.35 to 1.31cm thin. But don’t let it’s small size fool you, it still packs a punch.
Available with either a 1.2GHz, 1.3GHz or 1.4GHz dual-core processor, this Apple laptop is as quick as it is light. The option of either 256 or 512GB of storage lets you further customise your experience - those who need to store masses of data might go for the 512GB model, whereas those who will be using it for day-to-day tasks may only need the smaller 256GB. The 12 inch LED Retina display features 2304x1440 pixels, giving a crisp display
Apple MacBook Pro
If you’re looking for a more powerful model, the Apple MacBook Pro mixes Apple’s famous efficiency of design with a high powered performance. The 13 inch model features an LED widescreen that utilises new Retina technology to give you a truly amazing visual experience.
The dual core processors come in either 2.3 or 2.5GHz speeds, giving you more than enough speed to undertake almost any task. The SSD can range up to 1TB, ensuring that your Apple laptop has more than enough space for various programmes, documents, pictures and movies.
Older second-hand models are also available, including the white MacBook from 2007. With 2GB of RAM and a 160GB HDD, this model is more suited to casual users undertaking less demanding tasks. The classic white design is truly eye-catching, whilst the 13 inch LED backlit screen outputs great visuals.