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MacBook Air
MacBook Air
Price: $1,799
Weight: 3 pounds
Size: 13"x9"x1"
Battery life: 3 hours
Speed: 1.6GHz
Ram: 2GB
Grade: A-

Ergonomics: About the same size as the Lenovo, the Air is equally easy to use. It has a huge screen, a full-size keyboard and a large touchpad.

Performance: No DVD drive and limited wired networking capability out of the box. But the processor is impressive

Bottom line: The Air isn't as versatile as the Lenovo and may be harder to use for business because it doesn't run Windows as its primary operating system. Still, it's a solid runner-up.

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