|02-10-2012, 12:37 PM||#1|
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[Hothardware.com] Apple MacBook Air 13 (Ivy Bridge) vs Ultrabooks
So here it is, the mid-2012 refresh of Apple's trend setting MacBook Air line. It's been four long years since Apple first introduced the MacBook Air to the world, which at the time was almost considered a luxury item, with a comparatively steep price tag versus other ultralight machines. That changed a couple of years later, and in the process...
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