Apple MacBook Air 11″ & 13″ (2013): Unboxing and Comparison
Detailed unboxing & comparison of the 2013 MacBook Air 11 & 13 with Haswell ULT CPUs and 802.11ac WiFi. Amazon: http://goo.gl/5SBFN 11-inch = 9 13-inch= $ …
Macbook Air Video Rating: 4 / 5
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El MacBook Air de Unamito… en directo es im-presionante! 🙂
What is the best camcorder to use with a MacBook Air?
I just got my MacBook Air (10.7.4) a couple months ago (about august 2012) and I am looking for a camcorder that is compatible with it. I just got a Sony handy cam camcorder for my birthday this month and it is not compatible with my MacBook. Any suggestions? I heard the Cannons are good?
Macbook Air best answer:
Answer by L
“Handycam” is Sony’s generic name for all their consumer-grade camcorders. If you got a new Sony Handycam that records to high compression AVCHD MTS files and saves to flash memory or hard disc drive, it will work just fine with your MacBook Air.
Connect the camcorder’s USB cable to the Air’s USB port. Put the camcorder into Play/PC mode. If iPhoto launches automatically, quit iPhoto. Launch iMovie. Name the project. Under “File” import or capture the video. There is no software on the disc that came in the box with your camcorder that your Air needs – for that matter, there is nothing on there a Windows based computer needs, either.
If you need to change the default launch behavior when you plug the camcorder into the computer (i.e., you don’t want iPhoto to automatically launch), use “Image Capture” in the Applications folder to make the change.
The Canon HF R, HF M, HF S series camcorders also capture consumer-grade high compression AVCHD MTS files. Comparably priced camcorders will behave similarly. Connecting them to a Mac is the same as the instructions provided above for your Sony.
If you were lucky enough to receive a miniDV tape based camcorder for your birthday, your computer *must* have a firewire port. The MacBook Air and a couple of versions of MacBook do not have a firewire port and have no way to add one. All other Apple Macintosh computers made in the last 10+ years have a firewire port.
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MacBook Air e iPhone, lado a lado. Sem truques, e com stickr do Flickr no Air.
The new MacBook Air is thin, light, and durable enough to take everywhere you go — and powerful enough to do everything once you get there. A fourth-generation Intel Core processor and Intel HD Graphics 5000 deliver high performance, while using less power. So you get remarkable battery life: up to 12 hours on this 13.3-inch model. And with up to 45 percent faster flash storage compared to the previous generation and new 802.11ac Wi-Fi for up to 3x faster wireless, the new MacBook Air is quicke
- Up to 12 Hours of Battery Life, OS X Mountain Lion
- 1.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor , Turbo Boost up to 2.6GHz
- 13-Inch LED-backlit Display; 1440×900 Resolution; Intel HD Graphics 5000
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi
- 128 GB Flash Storage, 4 GB 1600 MHz LPDDR3 Memory