I’m sure you’ve all heard of the MacBook Air, and how cool it looks on the Apple website. Thin, light and fast. But does buying a MacBook Air forfeit some of the classic things found in the still improving MacBook Pro? Take a look at the new Air:
I know the casing looks cool, but look at the EDGES. Try again:
The one minutia: No CD drive. What does that mean?
- No importing CDs into iTunes.
- No more pictures on a CD-ROM.
- No more CD-ROMs with programs or games.
Also, just one USB. Not terrible, but inconvinient. Now, here’s a MacBook Pro:
Just about as portable, but complete with the disk drives & two USBs, right?
So, is the awesome portability and speed of MacBook Air worth giving up other things?