Aluminum unibody case very pleasant to the touch
Relatively loud speakers, Great webcam
Design and build quality are impeccable
Fantastic battery life, Haswell processors
small, fast and in a league of its own
Not a Retina MacBook Air, but awfully close
Eye-pamperingly gorgeous Retina display
While the new Pro with Retina isn’t a huge leap forward from its predecessor in anything except battery life, its generous price drop offers good value and makes ultrabook alternatives look over-priced.
Very thin and light, Thunderbolt support
Dramatically faster than last year's version
Thunderbolt, screen, backlit keyboard
Double the performance of the last gen Air
Superb battery life, Fast overall performance
Large multi-touch trackpad, and edge-to-edge glass-fronted display
Better integrated graphics, Unibody build
Powerful updates to the CPU and GPU
'Apple's MacBook Air is thin and powerful enough to use as a mainstream laptop.'
'Sluggish compared with its peers.'
'The 11-inch MacBook Air is a powerful ultraportable that makes other systems in its class look positively bloated.'
'No Aftermarket Internal Upgrade Options.'
Powerful AMD GPU with more dedicated memory
Quality of the case, High-quality display
Trackpad and gesture controls are still the best of any current laptop
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