Has Apple cornered the market on high-quality, attractive notebook computers?
wstark 3 years ago
Apple's MacBook Air is perhaps the most stylish yet functional notebook computer. Checking out my local Best Buy, I see no models which are as thin or as attractive as it is - most of them are clunky and weigh at least 2 pounds more. How come there are no pc's with a similar form factor?
Paul Thurrott tried to get his MacBook Air to run Windows 7 and ran into all kinds of problems:
which is why I wouldn't bother getting an Apple product and then shoehorning Microsoft Windows onto it.
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