MacBook Air

  • Microsoft's new Surface 3 takes many of the qualities that made the Surface Pro 3 great, and puts them in a smaller, cheaper and lower-octane package. Let's see how it compares to Apple's latest 11-in MacBook Air.
  • Apple's new MacBook is lighter than the Air, with a Retina Display to match the Pro. But does the MacBook Air still have some advantages? Let's compare their features and specs.
  • Apple's new MacBook may have stolen the thunder with the company's early 2015 notebook releases, but the Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air got updates as well. Let's compare the features and specs of the latest 13-in MacBook Pro with Retina Display and 13-in MacBook Air.
  • Many a Microsoft commercial has compared the Surface (and other Windows 2-in-1s) to the iPad, but we think the Surface Pro 3 makes a lot more sense pitted against the MacBook Air. After using both the Surface Pro 3 and the newest (2014) 11-in MacBook Air, we have a few thoughts on how they compare.
  • Ultrabook design has been at a standstill for the last few years, but Samsung is set to break the mold with its 2015 Ativ Book 9. Let's take a look at the features and specs of the new Samsung Ultrabook vs. the 2014 (11-in) MacBook Air.
  • Can a tablet replace a laptop? Or, more specifically, can an iPad Air 2 replace a MacBook Air? The answer, of course, will depend on what you're looking for ... but perhaps comparing their features and specs could be a start.
  • After Apple refreshed its MacBook Pro with Retina Display lineup last week, perhaps you're wondering how the new models compare to Apple's other flagship notebook, the MacBook Air? Let's put the two side-by-side to compare their features and specs.
  • Microsoft may be pitching its Surface Pro 3 as a "tablet that can replace your laptop," but is it really an upgrade from the setup you already have? Let's take a look, as we compare the features and specs of the Surface Pro 3 and 11-in MacBook Air.
  • At Gizmag, we often review brand spankin' new devices that sit on the cutting edge of technology. Other products we review are little more than incremental updates. And then there's the 2014 MacBook Air, a device that gives new meaning to the word "incremental."
  • When Apple unveiled the first iPad, the company didn't pitch it as a laptop killer. Instead it was to sit somewhere in between phone and laptop. Four years later, can the iPad compete with a laptop? Let's take a look, as Gizmag compares the features and specs of the MacBook Air and the iPad Air.
  • Earlier this week we took a look at how the new 13-in MacBook Air compares to the same-sized MacBook Pro with Retina Display. But we don't want to leave the 11-in Air out of the fun. Let's see how its features and specs compare to the Microsoft Surface Pro 2.
  • With Apple giving the MacBook Air a minor spec bump (and price drop) today, we thought this would be a good time to revisit the battle of the two 13-in MacBooks. Join Gizmag, as we compare the specs and features of the (early 2014) MacBook Air and the (late 2013) MacBook Pro with Retina Display.