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The 5 MacBooks Heating Up The Industry: The 2022 CRN Mobile 100

Apple’s core line-up of laptops get a boost from new silicon while the company makes strides despite a troubled supply chain.

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MacBook Air, M2 (2020)

There were concerns when Apple Inc. announced that its new MacBook Air in 2020 with the yet-unproven M1 chip. Could a fan-less, thin laptop handle all that power? Two years later as the company releases its M2 version, we have plenty of answers. Not only could the Air handle the blazing speeds of that Arm-based chip, but its clever engineering did also reduce performance just enough to handle heat -- and most users could barely notice the difference. The MacBook Air with M2 sports up to 24GB RAM, up to 2TB SSD storage, and will keep you engaged with its 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display at 2,560x1,664 resolution with 500 nits of brightness. An up to 10-core processor will have you blazing through high productivity workloads and the battery will handle 15-18 hours of use on a charge. That’s a lot of computer in a small 11.97 x 8.46 x 0.44 inch chassis. Priced at $1,199 to start, it’s $200 more than its predecessor.

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