Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro

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Macbook Air or Pro for Law School?

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Re: Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro

Postby Tekrul » Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:07 am

Don't know if its been said yet but the new MacBook airs are coming with 4th gen intel (haswell) and its battery life more successfully approaches infinity.

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Re: Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro

Postby laxbrah420 » Thu Jun 27, 2013 1:11 am

Desert Fox wrote:(is apple fanboy)

(claims apple is WAY better than other pc makers)

(with a straight face says expensive warranty is definitely needed)

(Thinks 2 weeks for transferring data off of HDD is quick)

My only experience with AppleCare was fucking shitty. My hard drive clearly crashed, and it was clearly under warranty. Every other company will overnight you a drive and you can pop it in yourself. These fuckers said they needed to keep my computer for 3 days so a specialist could do it. :?

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Re: Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro

Postby Lasers » Thu Jun 27, 2013 2:34 pm

Lasers wrote:
CR2012 wrote:
Lasers wrote:would get a MBA is i could tolerate the OS.

instead, i just got a samsung series 9.

From a cursory glance at the specs of the Samsung series 9, it doesn't seem to be very novel. What makes the price so high relative to other pc laptops?

it's ultra light and ultra thin. it's basically an equivalent to a MBA. build quality is great and it looks sexy. got it for around $850 on amazon.

I forgot to mention it has an ssd so boot up is just about instantaneous.

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Re: Macbook Air vs. Macbook Pro

Postby Reinhardt » Thu Jun 27, 2013 8:12 pm

SSDs are highly credited, especially in laptops.

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