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Macbook Air Upgrades?


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I have decided to buy a 13" 2012 Macbook Air. I have been saving for a while and have enough money to possibly get an upgrade from entry level. My main uses for the Air will be word processing, watching netflix, and maybe some light gaming. Are any CPU, RAM, or storage upgrades necessary for the Air to run smoothly? If yes, then which upgrade will make the most difference in performance?

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When you purchase the MBA, get the maximum amount of memory and the largest flash drive you can afford. Memory can not be upgraded and third party flash drive upgrades for that machine are expensive.
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