Mini-review: The 2017 MacBook could actually be your everyday … – Ars Technica

The MacBook Air has been one of Apple’s most popular, most enduring laptop designs, but that wasn’t always the case. When the first version of the laptop was released back in 2008, you had to pay too high a price for its thinness and lightness. And I’m not just talking about the literal price of the thing, either, although its $1,799 starting price was steep by any standard.

No, the main problems were that its anemic port selection made it annoying to use with the accessories of the day, while the available processors and hard drives made for a really slow, frustrating computer. It was way thinner and lighter than anything else you could get at the time, but most of the compromises weren’t worth it.

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