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MacBook Air M1, the best laptop in the world at a discount.


MacBook Air M1, the best laptop in the world at a discount.

Apple has launched the new MacBook Air M1, completely redefining the world of laptops, thanks to a chip 3 times more powerful than Intel Core, no fans, no overheating and 40% more autonomy.

If you want to know all the details of this new laptop and its revolutionary technology, below we analyze all its secrets and explain why it is much better than a Windows laptop of similar range. And we also tell you where to find the MacBook Air M1 at the best price


But let's see, is the M1 as fierce and innovative as it's made out to be? 

At first glance it would be hard to distinguish the new MacBook Air M1 from the MacBook Air 2019, as its unibody (one-piece) design remains essentially the same. On the inside, however, the new M1 is as disruptive a change as the iPhone was to telephony. Apple has been working for many years to create "the Holy Grail of processors", i.e., a unified PC technology chip with the power efficiency of a tablet, which in turn bridges the major drawbacks of Intel Core processors, such as:

Excessive complexity: Instead of simplifying to be more efficient, Intel Core processors have been dragging their complications from one generation to the next, which weighs down their energy efficiency and makes them unnecessarily expensive to produce.

Excessive power consumption: Another major problem with Intel Core processors is their high power consumption, with a high thermal design power (TDP), which significantly limits battery life in notebook computers.

Excessive thermal and noise emissions: Due to their high power consumption, they generate a large amount of heat, which must be removed from the system by fans, whose acoustic noise can be annoying in quiet environments.

Thermal throttling problems: Intel Core automatically reduces its operating frequency to cool down and protect itself against overheating, known as thermal throttling. This protection function is a double-edged sword, as it causes constant and annoying performance drops in demanding load situations (rendering, video processing) or video game execution (frame jumps).

High price: As Intel itself sets the roadmap for each generation of processors, its hegemony has allowed it to set somewhat high prices for its partners (some would say abusive). The fact that Apple designs its own chips and manufactures them at TSMC encourages competition and allows it to gain power at a lower cost per chip.

Questionable efficiency: The latest generation Intel Core chips are powerful, but to reach their full potential they need to raise their clock frequency a lot, or become even more miniaturized. This frequency and miniaturization race is reaching its limits. Apple's approach with the M1 is radically different, seeking simplification for maximum power per watt.


MacBook Air offer: where to buy it at the best price

The price of the MacBook Air M1, if we add up all its innovations (autonomy, power, consumption, construction, weight, size, screen quality, stability), is not only not high, but could even be considered relatively "cheap" compared to what the competition offers for not much less money, although when it exceeds the psychological barrier of 1,000 euros it is out of reach or interest of many buyers. In the following link you can find the two versions and the stores that sell it at the best possible price. 

Macbook Air's amazing power, M1 unleashed

As you can see in the Geekbench performance tables and in dozens of websites that compare and analyze its single-core and multi-core performance, the M1 chip is an unleashed beast that crushes its Mac siblings of previous Intel generations, placing it at the top of the tables and comfortably beating iMacs with Intel i7 and i9 processors (+3,000).


MacBook Air performance comparison

But as is often said in the world, technical specifications and benchmarks mean nothing, what counts in the end is the real user experience, and in that aspect the M1 is even more surprising, as it launches applications in one fell swoop, without micro-pauses.

The same goes for browser tabs, file copying or video and audio editing, much smoother and without the usual micro-crashes generated by thermal throttling (speed drops due to overheating), so common in the latest Intel Mac models.

Maximum energy efficiency without fans!

As we were saying, Apple has squared the circle: raising the computational and graphic power, reducing consumption and heat emission to iPad minimums. So much so that the inner chassis of the MacBook Air M1 does not use fans, it just uses an aluminum thermal diffuser that distributes and dissipates the heat generated by the SoC (CPU + GPU + Neural Engine + controllers), without ever raising the temperature of the outer metal to a point where it is annoying to rest your hands, even when editing a 4K video or running a video game.

Macbook Air without fans

With no fans or other moving parts, it is also an ultra-quiet notebook for working or browsing, making it ideal for high-productivity environments (work, study), and in turn also helps to enjoy multimedia content more and better in quiet environments, without humming or mechanical noises that ruin the experience.

The M1 chip supports up to 16 GB of ultra-fast unified memory. This high-bandwidth, low-latency memory pool allows Apps to share data between the CPU, GPU and Neural Engine efficiently, so that the system no longer works like a conventional PC, where memory is an isolated pool of resources from which you take things and leave things, but data is immediately accessible from everywhere, and therefore the whole system is faster and there are no bottlenecks.

In other words, having only 8GB is no longer "too little memory" on a MacBook Air, but you will have enough for most applications. Of course, being integrated, it is not replaceable or expandable by the user, so choose wisely when you go to configure your laptop


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