i read this article too. i wonder where they are getting there info.
Even if this is a simple typo, I see too many articles on computer-related topics written by reporters who clearly don't understand fully what they're writing about.The upper-end models of both devices come with 4GHz of RAM, but can be configured for more. It is not advisable to get either unit without at least 4GHz RAM.
BRB getting on the ferris wheel.It is so light that you can put it in your purse or bag and forget it is even there. It is perfect for those who are always on the go and need to use their computers while at lunch, at the gym, or even on a carnival ride.
It is not a simple typo, it demonstrates both a lack of comprehension AND the inability to do the minimum amount of research. And the failure of the editor to submit the article for any sort of technical review. Ignoring the Hz vs Byte stupidity for a moment...Even if this is a simple typo, I see too many articles on computer-related topics written by reporters who clearly don't understand fully what they're writing about.
Really? Cause I think the main difference is the screen dimensions and the size/weight of the case.idiotic columnist said:The main difference between the 11-inch and 13-inch units is that the 13-inch unit has an SD card slot on the rear right of the unit.
I've owned both. My 13 was replaced by my Retina, and the 11 replaced an iPad. Both served very different needs. The 11 looks a bit cooler closed, but the 13 looks better open - there's considerably more workspace on the screen between the larger screen and higher resolution.how about the premise the 11 inch is better than the 13? what do you think? do people want the 11 inch mba but buy the 13 inch mba to be more practicable. does the 11 inch have the cool factor?