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|11th November 2010, 17:50||#1|
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11-inch Macbook Air Clone Looks Almost Like The Real Deal
As it goes, it is impossible to please everyone, and this is something which companies like Apple fully understand. After all, it cannot be denied that the company's new 11-inch Macbook Air is definitely not meant for 'everyone'. Rather, it is designed to cater for a specific crowd who demand the ultraportability offered by netbooks, but backed with the computational power of a standard notebook.
But what about the masses who just need an average netbook, while desiring something in a more visually-appealing package? That is where the Chinese OEMs come in, and one particular OEM known as VAYEE has apparently managed to pull off what must be the most accurate Macbook Air clone to date.
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