Apple MacBook Air price list - July 2012
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Apple has published the price lists for MacBook for the month of July 2012. The prices are given as follows..

 

Model: Apple MacBook MD223HN/A

Price: Rs. 67900.00

  • MacBook Air 11-inch dual-core i5
  • 1.7GHz/4GB/64GB flash
  • HD Graphics 4000

 

Model: Apple MacBook MD224HN/A

Price: Rs. 74900.00

  • MacBook Air 11-inch dual-core i5
  • 1.7GHz/4GB/128GB flash
  • HD Graphics 4000

 

Model: Apple MacBook MD231HN/A

Price: Rs. 81900.00

  • MacBook Air 13-inch dual-core i5
  • 1.8GHz/4GB/128GB flash
  • HD Graphics 4000

 

Model: Apple MacBook MD232HN/A

Price: Rs. 99900.00

  • MacBook Air 13-inch dual-core i5
  • 1.8GHz/4GB/256GB flash
  • HD Graphics 4000

 

All prices published here are exclusive of taxes and subject to market changes. To know the current prices please contact the Zyxware Sales Team.


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