Macbook Air with Retina

The popular laptop with more power and a beautiful display

1.8/5
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Apple today introduced an all-new MacBook Air, bringing a stunning 13-inch Retina display, Touch ID, the latest processors and an even more portable design to the world’s most loved notebook.

Would you recommend this product?
JavaScript Developer

1200$ for a laptop with dual core processor and DDR3 RAM in no way justifies the premium Apple is asking for it. No matter how good the retina display is.

Pros:

Build quality and the hardware software integration

Cons:

Doesn't justify its price

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Every day is Monday, any day is Sunday
Not agree, it will work for the next 3-4 years with no downsides if you will treat the laptop properly. Speaking of Windows laptops, you're going to spend half of the price each year and going to hassle with all cons of Windows.
Director of Content

Very nicely-designed product, but a lot of the price goes into their marketing of it.

Pros:

Nice design. Lots of apps and software available.

Cons:

Overpriced, impossible to work on or upgrade, everything is proprietary.

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CodingRadio 📻 Maker's Kitchen 👨‍🍳

1200 is an insane price for mediocre hardware. Better off buying a razer blade if you need performance

Pros:

None. Same old laptop. Just a little polished.

Cons:

Overpriced.

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Founder, Boreal Brewing

The Air isn't aimed at the "lets count features" crowd. Instead, it is a rock solid workhorse that goes on working year after year after without as much as a hiccup. The Airs in our office get used by Account staff, financial staff, events teams and culinary teams. They take heaps of abuse and keep on ticking.

Pros:

Goes on working for years without needing expensive support. Both hard and software are rock solid. More than adequate for office tasks.

Cons:

Can't think of any. Lack of IT support hours more than offsets initial cost of purchase.