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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

which one do you prefer? (Air & Pro)


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I think I'm gonna buy a mac and I have to make a decision between '2013 Macbook Air 13-inches' and '2012 Macbook Pro 13-inches(Non-retina)'.

I'll use Mac for iOS, Android, C#(on Windows by Parallels) Development and other ordinary works.

Air(stock + 8gb ram) is light, less storage, and there's nothing I can expand something,
Pro(stock) is heavy, more storage and it's expandable !

And It will be mainly used.
How do you think? which one is better?
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If you can live with 128gig of SSD storage then get the base model MacBook Air with 8gig of ram.

If you need more storage...either upgrade to the:

- 13" MBA with the 256gig SSD (+$100) and 8gig of ram
- or get the 13" MBP

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