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I'm a pc. But lately I've been building "hackintosh" pc's (pc's that run mac os) and it was very satisfying to be able to have a machine that cost half as much as a real mac with twice the power of a similarly priced model. There are however limitations. I would have been happy enough with my hackintosh but this Macbook Air compelled me because of it's beautiful design. Are there other ultrabooks out there that can match the specs of this Macbook? Sure. But can any of those ultrabooks be made to dual-boot mac os and windows? Maybe. But that's a big maybe that would take alot of time and effort I can't afford. Can I afford to buy a mac? That's the other big question. When I saw that this computer was powerful enough for a desktop replacement and was so light and small it could go almost anywhere easily, I decided it was affordable. Being a mac, I know that it's built to last, too. Every once in a while, you got a pay a little more now so you don't pay more later. And did I mention it's beautifully designed? Oh yeah, and it runs windows almost as well as a hackintosh runs mac os! Kidding...sorta
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