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MacBook Air 13.3",
This review is from: Apple Macbook Air MD231ll/A 13.3-inch Laptop (OLD VERSION) (Personal Computers)
It's light, it's durable, and, as Apple states, it's ready for anything. The MacBook Air is back for another generation and keeps a slender aluminum skeleton. It's sleek, dazzling, and fits just about anywhere. Typing in the dark isn't a problem with its stunning backlit keys and bright, energy-conserving screen. It's very light and "airy", specially considering the fact it's made of metal. It's convenient, has a long battery life, and is undeniably a minuteman underneath its glamorous shell.
Coming from Windows, I'll be honest and say that taking on a Mac was a daunting challenge. The interface was completely foreign to me, and I'd never so much as touched a Mac before. I knew absolutely nothing about it and yet, just on the first night, it became so easy to use. Mission Control and Launchpad are outstanding features that I wish my PC could have. It makes navigating so much more simple, and you can easily find what program you want when you want it. This computer obviously wanted to make a good impression, and that it did. I was no longer terrified of the glory that was Apple's MacIntosh, and I was so glad I gave it a chance.
This computer is perfect for anyone, really, especially the Windows fanatic that needs to be proved wrong at times. A MacBook Air is just as simple to use as your home PC and makes typing comfortable. MacBooks are built for the modern business world and aren't afraid to join hands with an unorganized owner. It never moves slowly in the morning and again, can be for anyone who's willing to give it a shot. I would most definitely recommend it to anyone who knows how to take care of it.