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'Apple's MacBook Air is thin and powerful enough to use as a mainstream laptop.'
'More important, this machine never keeps you waiting, thanks to the way it uses flash memory.'
'Extremely Small And Light.'
'The glossy finish is sleek and doesn't attract as many fingerprints or smudges as would something in black; the system is easily one of the best-looking laptops in the industry.'
'new unibody casing'
'The 17-inch screen is incredibly sharp, thanks to the 1920 x 1200-pixel resolution.'
'Choosing high performance'
'Apple 's signature color for its iBook notebooks has always been solid white.'
'most universally useful laptops'
'the MacBook remains pleasantly quiet with 30.9 dB.'
'the MacBook is top designed .'
'Your MacBook is rapidly obsolete to those who want the biggest.'
'a big keyboard framed by stereo speakers'
'the new 2.5GHz MacBook Pros achieved the best scores of any laptop in Macworld's benchmark tests'
'Lack of native software.'
'Hard drive isn't user-accessible.'
'new display technology'
'The bottom of the notebook gets extremely hot, reaching 111 degrees Fahrenheit at its peak'
'only 90 days of toll-free technical support'
'Comfortable backlit keyboard.'
'no built-in CD/DVD drive'
'I'm a little skeptical about the color scheme.'
'staggering price tag'
'The LED backlighting is extremely bright, but what's more impressive is that it immediately snaps on to its full brightness.'
'Cutting-edge features are absent, including Intel's new Santa Rosa platform and LED-backlit displays.'
'The built-in speakers offer adequate sound but lack volume'
'Other issues on the MacBook such as the heat and cheap feel of the keyboard keep this from being the perfect notebook.'
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