MacBook Air Vs. MacBook Pro: Which Should You Get?

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So you’ve decided to get a new Mac laptop. You’re a die-hard Apple fan, or you’re frustrated with Windows, or you just want to look hip at your local non-corporate coffee shop. You’ve got a nice chunk of disposable income — between $1,000 and $1,700, say — and you’re committed to disposing of that income on one of the new Apple laptop designs.Continue at HuffPo >

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