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Will Apple’s MacBook Air laptops vanish for good? – TechRadar

Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017

Since the end of last year, many have suspected that the MacBook Air’s days are numbered, especially after Apple suggested that the thinner and lighter MacBook Pro is its replacement when the Air wasn’t refreshed last Autumn. Now, new speculation seems to confirm that it’s the end of the line for the airy notebooks. This comes courtesy of a Foxconn insider, who spilled a whole load of details on Reddit…

This $600 device will give your MacBook Pro the power boost you need to play the latest video games – Business Insider

Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017

In an ideal world, all we’d need is a laptop. For most of us, a laptop is all we need when it comes to a personal computer. But there are some who prefer to buy separate computers, often desktops, for things like video editing and playing video games (myself, included). HardwareCanucks/YouTube But for serious video editors working with 4K footage and gamers looking to run the latest titles at the highest…

Rumor claims Apple’s MacBook Air line is dead – BGR

Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017

With typical theatrical flair, Steve Jobs in January of 2008 introduced the world to the MacBook Air, an incredibly compact laptop that, at the time, was touted as the thinnest laptop on the market. Apple’s MacBook Air line has evolved considerably over the past few years, but we’re now hearing word that the Air’s place in Apple’s notebook lineup may soon be coming to an unceremonious end. As part of…

Huawei MateBook X Review: Makes My MacBook Air Look Clunky And Slow – Forbes

Posted: Monday, June 05, 2017

Ben Sin The Huawei MateBook X (left) next to the MacBook Air. Huawei isn’t shy about what it has in mind with its first ever laptop, the MateBook X. The Chinese tech company is already the world’s third largest phonemaker — behind Samsung and Apple — and has in the past couple of years released smartwatches and 2-in-1 tablets. It is also a telecommunications giant, providing networking services to 170 countries…

Rumor claims Apple’s MacBook Air line is dead – BGR

Posted: Sunday, June 04, 2017

With typical theatrical flair, Steve Jobs in January of 2008 introduced the world to the MacBook Air, an incredibly compact laptop that, at the time, was touted as the thinnest laptop on the market. Apple’s MacBook Air line has evolved considerably over the past few years, but we’re now hearing word that the Air’s place in Apple’s notebook lineup may soon be coming to an unceremonious end. As part of…

Huawei MateBook X Review: Makes My MacBook Air Look Clunky And Weak – Forbes

Posted: Sunday, June 04, 2017

Ben Sin The Huawei MateBook X (left) next to the MacBook Air. Huawei isn’t shy about what it has in mind with its first ever laptop, the MateBook X. The Chinese tech company is already the world’s third largest phonemaker — behind Samsung and Apple — and has in the past couple of years released smartwatches and 2-in-1 tablets. It is also a telecommunications giant, providing networking services to 170 countries…