While it might not be the biggest update to the 2013 MacBook Air, the new 2014 MacBook Air does receive a bump up in the processor department and improved battery life moving from 10 hours to a claimed 12 hours of play time. It's also £100 cheaper, so the starting model is available to buy from £850.
Elsewhere it's much of the same. You still get the same gorgeous, sleek design and while the screen is not class leading, it delivers where it matters most providing the kind of speed to make it great for everyday tasks. You can squeeze out an extra two hours of video playback and if you can look past the so-so display this is a laptop that's still a class act.
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