APPLE MACBOOK AIR A1466 (2015) | 5TH GEN | Intel Core i5-5250U (1.6 GHz) | 8GB RAM | 256GB SSD | Intel HD Graphics 6000 | 13.3″ Display | SILVER | macOS Sierra | (Open Box)

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  • Gen : 5TH Gen
  • Processor : Core i5- 5250u
  • Ram : 08GB
  • Storage : 256GB SSD
  • Graphics : Intel HD Graphics 6000
  • Display : 13.3”
  • OS : macOS Sierra
  • Warranty : 1 Month Only
  • Status : Open Box
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5th GEN


Intel Core i5-5250U ( 1.6GHz base frequency upto 2.7GHz, 3MB Cache, 2 Cores, 4 Threads )

Ram Installed

08 GB DDR3


256GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD


Intel HD Graphics 6000


13.3" (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen display

Keyboard Backlit


Numeric Keyboard


Fingerprint Reader






Operating System

macOS Sierra


01 Month Only


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The MacBook Air has an almost universally recognized silhouette at this point, largely unchanged since 2010 and still substantially similar to the original 2008 version . From the outside, the smooth aluminum still looks modern and minimalist, and it’s a look since copied by others, including Dell’s XPS 13 series , which we sometimes refer to as the DellBook Air. At 2.92 pounds, this MacBook Air is unchanged from last year’s version , and sits right in the middle of the current MacBook lineup. The 12-inch MacBook is nearly one-third lighter, at 2.04 pounds, and the 13-inch Pro is a heftier 3.46 pounds. Ports are unchanged from last year’s model. On the left side are a headset jack, two microphones, a MagSafe 2 power jack, and a USB 3.0 port. The right side sports an SDXC card slot, a Thunderbolt 2 port, and a second USB 3.0 port. While this seems sparse, it’s pretty typical for the ultraportable category and will be sufficient for many users. You need an adapter cable for HDMI or other display connectors, but the Thunderbolt port works just fine with mini-DisplayPort-equipped monitors without an adapter. Wireless connectivity comes via 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. The keys on the backlit, chiclet-style keyboard have an excellent feel, and it’s easy to use the glass-covered trackpad for multitouch gestures. The trackpad lacks the extra Force-Click capabilities of the 12-inch Apple MacBook and the Apple MacBook Pro laptops, but those gestures are still unsupported in most third-party applications. Like all Macs, the MacBook Air lacks a touch screen.


Equipped with a 1.6GHz Intel Core i5-5250U processor with integrated Intel HD Graphics 6000, the laptop performed well on our multimedia tests. It completed the Handbrake test in 2 minutes 49 seconds and our Adobe Photoshop CS6 test in 5:13. Both scores are faster than the Intel-Core-i5-equipped Dell XPS 13 Touch (2:58 on Handbrake; 5:54 on CS6) and the Lenovo Yoga 3 14 (3:04 on Handbrake; 5:16 on CS6), which sports an Intel Core M CPU. Systems with Intel Core i7 processors, like the Acer Aspire S7-393-7451 (1:19 on Handbrake; 3:04 on CS6) and the Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Special Edition Laptop (7352) (2:43 on Handbrake; 4:44 on CS6) were predictably quicker in testing. Ultimately, the MacBook Air shows it’s much faster on multimedia tasks than the Apple MacBook, which scored 3:39 on the Handbrake test and 6:24 on the Photoshop test.


The 2015 Apple MacBook Air 13-inch outmuscles its Core M-equipped competitors, and does so with even more battery life. The classic design of its chassis is one that other ultraportables have been trying to emulate for the past 5 years, with varying degrees of success, but the original still looks fresh. It’s a lot of laptop for the money, especially if you need to work untethered for a majority of the day and on your commute.



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