Apple MacBook Air 2017 Price & Specs in Malaysia February, 2020

Apple’s MacBook Air 2017 is a Mac OS Sierra laptop that features a 64-bit that’s rated at 1.8GHz. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a Intel graphics card that shows 1440 x 900pixels display. It has a SSD, weighs at only 1.35kg and made from Aluminium. The laptop comes with 1 Year.
Apple’s MacBook Air 2017 is a Mac OS Sierra laptop that features a 64-bit that’s rated at 1.8GHz. For graphics processing, it’s powered by a Intel graphics card that shows 1440 x 900pixels display. It has a SSD, weighs at only 1.35kg and made from Aluminium. The laptop comes with 1 Year.
SSD Capacity
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RM 2,748.00
RM 4,550.00

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Cheapest Apple MacBook Air 2017 Price in Malaysia is RM 2,748.00

The Apple MacBook Air 2017 is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Apple MacBook Air 2017 price in Malaysia is RM 2,748.00 from Shopee. You can also choose between different Apple MacBook Air 2017 variants with 256GB starting from RM 2,880.00 and 128GB at RM 2,748.00. Apple MacBook Air 2017 price details are updated February 2020.

Apple MacBook Air 2017 Price Guide

Price List by Country for Apple MacBook Air 2017

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 6,230.02 RM 3,351.00
Malaysia MYR 2,748.00 RM 2,748.00
Philippines PHP 34,999.00 RM 2,876.00
Singapore SGD 1,157.00 RM 3,460.00

Apple MacBook Air 2017 Price in Malaysia by Variants

Variants Price Store
Apple MacBook Air 2017 128GB RM 2,748.00 Shopee
Apple MacBook Air 2017 256GB RM 2,880.00 Shopee

News about Apple MacBook Air 2017

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The 10th-anniversary version of the iPhone was finally announced yesterday. Known as the iPhone X, the features available on the phone is a testament of Apple’s innovation over the years. The iPhone X is one of the most highly-anticipated smartphones released in 2017, not because it offers anything innovative or new by industry standards but because Apple has made big changes to the iPhone X compared to what we are so used to its predecessors.


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After Apple unveiled its three latest devices – the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, many fans have noticed that a number is missing. So, where’s the iPhone 9? With that, Apple does seem to have skipped a device, which is similar to how Microsoft skipped launching its Windows 9. If Apple wanted to maintain the proper number progression and mark its 10th anniversary of iPhone, then they would have had to unveil 3 new iPhone devices this month – iPhone 8, 9, and the X.


If the Apple iPhone 8 is Apple's most anticipated smartphone, its rumored more powerful sibling should receive its own fair share of attention as well. Despite lacking official confirmation, people are just as interested in getting to know more about the still mysterious Apple iPhone 8's more up-gunned variant. For a start, the Apple iPhone 8 Plus should incorporate a redesigned OLED display screen. In addition, the display actually covers the entire front of the device.

If the Apple iPhone 8 is Apple's most anticipated smartphone, its rumored more powerful sibling should receive its own fair share of attention as well. Despite lacking official confirmation, people are just as interested in getting to know more about the still mysterious Apple iPhone 8's more up-gunned variant. For a start, the Apple iPhone 8 Plus should incorporate a redesigned OLED display screen. In addition, the display actually covers the entire front of the device.


Apple MacBook Air 2017 Specs

Processor
Processor Type Intel Core i5
Processor Speed 1.8GHz
Operating System Mac OS Sierra
CPU 64bit
Graphics
Graphic Card Intel
Integrated Graphic Card Yes
Memory
RAM 8GB
Display
Screen Resolution 1440 x 900pixels
Screen Size 13.3"
Storage
Storage Type SSD
Design
Weight 1.35kg
Material Aluminium
Packaging Data
Warranty 1 Year
Features
Detachable Screen No
Face Scanner No
Fingerprint Reader No
Touch Screen No
Backlit Keyboard Yes
Connector Ports
USB 3.0 Yes
Card Reader Yes
USB Yes
USB Type-C No
Thunderbolt Yes
VGA Yes
DisplayPort Yes
DVI Yes
Headphone Jack Yes
HDMI Yes
Ethernet No
Optical Drive
DVD-ROM No
DVD Writer No
CD-ROM No
Blu-ray Writer No
Camera
Webcam Resolution 0.9MP
Battery
Battery Life 12h
Connection
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11ac
Colour
Colours Silver

Reviews of Apple MacBook Air 2017

ixbtlabs.com
Reviewed on 2008-05-29
Specifications CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.6 GHz, 4 MB L2 Cache (optional: 1.8 GHz) FSB: 800 MHz HDD: 80 GB, 4200 rpm, Parallel ATA (optional: 64 GB SSD) RAM: 2 GB 667 MHz SDRAM Dimensions: 32.5 x 22.7 x 0.4-1.94 cm Weight: 1.36 kg History and prerequisite...
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gcn.com
Reviewed on 2008-05-19
Another great thing about the MacBook Air is the built-in light sensor that activates to illuminate the keyboard in dim light. This well-designed feature is particularly helpful on night flights or during presentations when the overhead lights are off...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2008-04-24
Weighs three pounds; bright LED-backlit 13.3-inch screen; full-size keyboard.
Slow processor; slow and small hard drive; limited configuration options; unswappable battery.
If the story of the MacBook Air is a story about compromise, the decision about whether the MacBook Air is a product worth having can be answered by one question: How much are you willing to compromise?The MacBook Air is the slowest Mac in...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2008-04-18
and ANALYSISAs you can see, though the MacBook Air costs more, it is way behind the MacBook Pro 2.6 in performance. I know its thinner and lighter but if you think the two are in any way close in performance, you are mistaken. Not only is the CPU in t...
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tuaw.com
Reviewed on 2008-04-05
Its been almost two months now, and life is still almost perfect living and working with the MacBook Air. To recap, for those of you just joining us, in previous articles I told you my reasons for ordering a MacBook Air. Then, after having it for a fe...
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macobserver.com
Reviewed on 2008-04-01
So there you have it. I have to say that while there were some aspects of MacBook Air usage that gave me pause, none the above issues would have been a deal breaker for me. I love the size, the screen, the support for my 24-inch external display, t...
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crn.com
Reviewed on 2008-03-18
The MacBook Air is finally in our hands, but it didnt impress. Ever since Steve Jobs unveiled the MacBook Air at 2008 MacWorld Expo, Apples ultra-thin notebook has been on our to-review list. Test Center snagged a model for review as soon as New York...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2008-03-13
Fantastic design, uncompromising screen and keyboard, very solid, light, excellent performance.
SSD is very pricey, single USB port.
When Apple introduced the MacBook Air is created quite a stir, a laptop that is incredibly thin without culling things you want like a fast CPU, big screen and good keyboard. A lot of people are saying that it is too big to be an ultra portable, but in...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2008-03-07
Sleek, sexy, spartan design, Fantastic keyboard
So slim, theres little room for inputs, Poor battery life
The Airs looks cant be denied, but its performance and expandability are whole other matters.
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2008-03-04
Amazingly light, Snappy performance, Lots of neat features
Non-removable battery, Few expansion options, Remote Disc is flaky
If there was ever a product that needs no introduction, its the MacBook Air. It represents Apples concept of a truly next-gen notebook both in terms of what it has, and what it does not have. Of course, its also super-thin, and brings new meaning to...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2008-02-29
Exemplary design, Highquality workmanship, Very good display, Very good fullsize keyboard, Size
Poorly equipped with interfaces, Battery and memory cannot be exchanged by user
Want to possess it? Todays thinnest notebook is small enough to fit into an envelope and pleases by its decent design and the high-quality materials used. This review describes, whether this bundle is able to convince despite its minimum interface equ...
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electronista.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-20
Stylish and lightweight form factor Full sized, backlit keyboard & multigesture trackpad Extremely bright, sharp 13" LED display Above average battery life Accessories available to supplement functionality
No internal optical drive Limited port connectivity No internal hard drive or memory expansion options Battery not user replaceable Slower processor
After posting my initial first impressions of Apple's new MacBook Air, I put this notebook through two weeks of use to getter a better sense of its capabilities and limitations. The review model tested was Apples entry level MacBook Air equipped with...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-13
Understanding the Ultra Portable Before we get anywhere in this review, we have to have the talk. A friend of mine likes to call this talk a DTR, or Defining the Relationship. Usually with her it refers to something romantic but with the MacBook Air th...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-07
When Steve Jobs announced that the MacBook Air would have a 5 hour battery life, I laughed. Short of Apple sticking a hydrogen fuel cell in the Air there was simply no way you were going to get 5 hours out of this thing under any sort of heavy usage. W...
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barefeats.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-06
Updated on February 6th, 2008, with "Seduced by the Air Side." We ordered the MacBook Air with the Solid State Disk. Then after reflection, we cancelled the order. Why? Because I decided it was lacking what power users (like me) crave in a laptop. Let ...
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notebookreview.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-06
Works out of the box with Windows Vista (even if it does have a few hiccups), Thin and lightweight design that manages to stay incredibly strong, Battery life claims are not far off from being accurate
Belches out heat like nobodys business, No replaceable battery, Slow charging speeds, Almost no ports
Apples latest notebook, the MacBook Air, is being hailed as the worlds thinnest.
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-06
What does $1,300 extra really get you?But how does it feel? No spin: Ars reviews the MacBook Air with solid state drive By Jacqui Cheng | Published: February 05, 2008 - 11:56PM CT What does $1,300 extra really get you? The MacBook Air is nice, but as w...
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tuaw.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-06
As you probably know, Im one of the people who, upon first opportunity after the Macworld Keynote ended a few weeks ago, exited the hall into the lobby of Moscone West and immediately ordered a MacBook Air -- the 1.6 Ghz version with the 80GB hard dri...
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appleinsider.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-04
Prior to completing our look at the MacBook Air, we asked readers to contribute questions and concerns about the new model in "Whats wrong with the MacBook Air?" The response was overwhelming, and helps underscore the fact that the Air has captured t...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2008-02-04
When a new notebook model or line comes out, it rarely raises a cacophony of debates between lovers, haters, pundits and grandmas. Such is Apples ability to engage the emotions. For the January 2008 MacWorld trade show in San Francisco, Steve Jobs an...
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