Best MacBook 2020 : Apple MacBook Air M1

Now a days laptop is the most reliable and versatile part of your daily life. This revolutionary tech parts needs either it powering you through a productive work day, providing a way to game on the go or in another room when the TV is taken or simply acting as your Netflix screen. Hence , the necessity of this parts are going beyond description at the same time , laptops are getting more powerful and portable, as we’ve seen shocking improvements to performance and battery life as of late.

✓Apple MacBook Air M1 (late 2020)

The best MacBook

✓Display: 13.3 inches; 2,560 x 1,600 | CPU: Apple M1 | GPU: Integrated 8-core GPU | RAM: 8GB-16GB | Storage: 256GB-2TB SSD | Weight: 2.8 pounds

✓Remarkably fast performance

✓Strong legacy app support

✓Amazingly long battery life

✓Still has thick bezels

✓Light on ports

Apple has revolutionized its laptops, thanks to its own Apple silicon processors, which are replacing the Intel chips it’s previously used. This chip delivers faster speeds than the Air’s ever seen, and the longest battery life in any MacBook either: it lasted 14 hours and 41 minutes on the Tom’s Guide battery test. Not since 2015 has a MacBook come close to that. Not only does the M1 chip make the MacBook Air a multi-tasking fiend, but it also enabled me to play Rise of the Tomb Raider smoothly, and that’s even with Rosetta 2 conversion of that Intel app.

Apple’s move to ARM-based processors look to reap massive benefits, and that includes the ability to run iOS and iPadOS apps on your Mac. Plus, the MacBook Air’s webcam is clearer and more color-accurate than ever, thanks to signal processing. We’re also still happy to see the Magic Keyboard, a great upgrade from the Butterfly-style keyboard of the previous MacBooks.

On top of that, you get stronger sound than you’d expect from a laptop this small, which support Dolby Atmos audio, for better-sounding movies and TV. Not only is this the best laptop for many if not most Apple users, it’s a laptop that should have the PC world looking over its shoulders.

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