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New MacBook Air Improvement On Overheating Issue | Laptop Overheating

New MacBook Air Improvement On Overheating Issue

The original MacBook Air had a terrible reputation for overheating. Anything that put stress on the video card - and we're talking watching three or four YouTube videos in a row - could cause the Rev. A MacBook Air to heat up and die.

We've seen a favorable review or two on the MacBook Air overheating issue now and they come out the same way: while not exactly gone, with Rev. B the overheating problems are much diminished.

We're not going to suggest that the MacBook Air now makes sense as a video editing or gaming machine, but it's a step in the right direction.