When Apple first introduced the MacBook Air, the main benefit of the revised laptop model was that its sleek design was light enough to carry just about anywhere you could think of. However, because of their small size, certain features were left-off the models and purchasers were without their typical built-in disc drive. If you recently purchased a new or refurbished MacBook Air and are wondering how to do all the specific tasks your old disc-drive would usually handle, consider purchasing an additional External SuperDrive.
This affordable optical drive attaches directly to your MacBook Air with a built-in USB port and allows you to burn/copy music and movies, as well as install any software requiring a disc. Plus, since this SuperDrive is about the size of a CD jewel case, there’s no extra hassle when carrying it alongside your MacBook Air.