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|15th June 2012, 07:23||#1|
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Ultrabooks vs. 13" MacBook Air: Is the Apple Tax Real?
Intel is putting a lot of weight behind the Ultrabook concept and expects it to be the main driver of PC market growth in the short term. Apple has already experienced some of this with the MacBook Air, which has rapidly become one of the best sellers in the Mac lineup. Arguably it's the laptop to beat if you are looking into buying an ultrabook-styled portable.
With that in mind, we're taking a couple of Wintel alternatives to check how well they stack up next to the new 13-inch MacBook Air and perhaps settle the old debate about the so-called "Apple Tax" — at least in this category, since there's no way a single comparison can be representative of the entire Apple Tax argument.
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