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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by killer360knight, Sep 14, 2014.
I want to know if the MBA 11 inch is too small
OK Let me make in unanimous. NO!
Too small for what, for whom? For an ant? Too big. For a giant? Too small.
Srsly though, go check it out in store and decide for yourself if you can imagine using it a lot, keeping in mind what you're going to be using it for. It fits some people's bill, only you can decide if it fits yours.
You really ought to try one out and decide for yourself. There's no way anyone here can tell you if you will find it too small.
Too big, they could shave almost an inch off of the width and maybe 3/4" off of the depth.
No, it is not 'too small'; it is an amazingly powerful and portable computer, especially useful for someone who needs power, portability and who travels or commutes a lot.
If u work with gigantic spreadsheets, if u want an immersion experience, if u are sight impaled, if u are professional photographer, YES.
It feels more compact tbh but small no.
OP asked the very same question on Sept 3rd
Post's #1 & 6
I don't think that word means what you think it means.
A big screen's good, but apple's accessibility features are excellent, and those work on the 11" Air too. Coming from someone who is... erm.. sight impaled.
Yes! Way to small unusable.
You should get an iMac.
Bravo. Excellent reply and very well said. Actually, I was about to reply in a similar vein, - as that post caught the attention of my quite impaled eyes - but you beat me to it, and expressed it very elegantly…..
And coming from someone who is also somewhat sight……..impaled…..I am in full agreement with you.
It's small.. That is the machines' strong suit?. Is it too small - no.
Since you aren't asking if it is too small for specific tasks the answer is no it isn't too small. And if you're worried about it being too small you can always enjoy the size for how portable it is when you're moving and when you're at home plug it into a larger display.
Just purchased a used mid 2013 base model and never could be happier.