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Information about our new Macbook Airs

I have been getting lots of questions about the new laptops the teachers are getting. In an effort to share the information with everyone, I wanted to share the information more widely here.

Macbook Air (Model A2337)

    • Chipset: M1
    • Memory: 16GB
    • Hard Drive: 250GB
    • Ports: 2 USB C
The technology department has ordered a hub for every teach to give you all of the ports that you will need. The hubs have been ordered and should be available when you pick up your laptop in February.

If you want to order a hub for yourself so you can leave one at school with everything plugged in, here is everything that I have ordered for myself including the hub the district has ordered.

If you want to purchase a case for the laptop, you can find all of the options on Amazon via this link.

I hope this helps!


Never stop learning. Susie from SimmonsClassroom.com

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