“Both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro are great machines, but with less than £50 difference between the 13” Air and 13” Pro, which do you go for?” Karl Hodge writes for Macworld UK.
“It depends whether you want portability or power,” Hodge writes. “The Air is incredibly mobile. Light and stylish, it’s an easy notebook to slip into the laptop pocket of your bag or rucksack. At just 1.7 cm at its thickest point, the Air tapers to an incredible 0.3 cm. ”
Hodge writes, “MacBook Pros really shine at the higher end. The Retina display version with nVidia GPU is a no-brainer for gaming or graphics work. But in the squeezed middle, it really does come down to whether you need a portable machine to carry everywhere or a little workhorse you can take between office and home to crunch numbers and edit media.”
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