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Apple Macbook 512GB (Early 2015)




Type Apple Macbook 512GB (Early 2015)

Laptop Type:
Notebook

Basic Spec Apple Macbook 512GB (Early 2015)

Screen Size:
12 inch
Resolution:
2304x1440
Processor:
Intel Dual-Core
Processor No:
Intel Core M
Processor Speed:
1.2GHz, Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz
Wide Screen:
 
tablet:
 
3D:
 
SSD Size:
 
Hard Drive Size:
512 PCIe-based onboard flash storage
RPM:
 
Memory Size:
8GB
Memory Type:
LPDDR3
Memory Slot:
 
PC card slot:
 

Detailed Specs Apple Macbook 512GB (Early 2015)

Graphics Processor:
Intel HD Graphics 5300
Video Memory:
 
Modem:
 
Wireless LAN Data rate:
 
Wireless LAN Type:
IEEE802.11a/b/g/n
IEEE802.11ac
Others:
Web camera
HDMI
Bluetooth
USB3.1 Gen1
Operating System:
OS X Yosemite
integrated software:
 
Battery Life:
Up to 9 hours wireless web, Up to 10 hours iTunes movie playback
Optical Drive:
none

Size Apple Macbook 512GB (Early 2015)

Dimensions (WxHxD):
28.05 x 0.35–1.31 x 19.65 cm
Weight:
2.03 pounds (0.92 kg)





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