11 Or 13? Today, Both MacBook Airs Cost The Same
A recurring refrain in my Twitter feed is the coded question, “11 or 13?” Despite it’s religious overtones, this is not a reference to passages in the Bible. It is a question familiar to any Apple-obsessed consumer: Should I get the 11-inch MacBook Air or the 13-inch?
If you’ve been asking yourself the same question, today the price difference will not be the deciding factor. Although the cheapest 11″ MacBook Air is still $999, a Black Friday deal on the the 13″ models makes the lower-end one with 128 GB of memory the same price as the higher-end 11″ model with 128 GB of memory. It is actually a dollar cheaper, $1,198 versus $1,199.
Apple has other Black Friday deals, most of them rather meager, but this is the one that caught my eye. The MacBook Air replaces the hard drive with flash memory, and as a result is a lot faster for many tasks than even more powerful MacBook Pros. You can read MG’s loving review for more details.
If you are thinking about getting one today, the only reason not to get the 13″ MacBook Air is about half a pound of extra weight.
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