Apple rolls out thinnest-ever MacBook

Apple rolls out thinnest-ever MacBook

PanARMENIAN.Net - Apple has expanded its notebook line with the launch of an all-new MacBook, Digital Spy reports.

The new machine is the lightest and thinnest Mac ever made, weighing just two pounds and measuring in at 13.1mm at its thickest point.

Apple has reinvented virtually every aspect of the Macbook, adding a revamped keyboard with larger caps and an individual LED built into each key to aid typing in low-light conditions.

Measuring in at 24% slimmer than the latest Macbook Air, the notebook also features a Force Touch Trackpad with a built-in Taptic engine to provide physical feedback, and includes a reversible USB-C connector.

The all-metal MacBook includes a 12-inch Retina display that is capable of displaying 2304x1440-pixel imagery, with each pixel boasting an enlarged aperture.

Under the hood, the notebook is powered by Intel's low-power Core M processors and packs in 8GB of RAM.

Apple has overhauled the machine's internals with a fanless design that allows it to run silently and frees up space for extra power units to achieve "all-day" battery life.

The new MacBook will launch in Silver, Space Grey and Gold on April 10, and cost $1,582 for the base-level model.

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