From what I can see, the only major difference between the specifications on the MB and MBA is the screen and processor. Pricing is almost no different, here in Turkey at least. Let me explain: Macbook.............8gb / 256 = 4,127TL ($1,587) 13" Macbook Air...8gb / 256 = 4,339TL ($1,668) 11" Macbook Air...8gb / 256 = 4,039TL ($1,553) Let's be fair and assume the purchase of an adaptor to enable charging while using USB-C and running an external monitor, which is 249TL. The cost then becomes almost the same, 4,376 ($1,683) for the Macbook, meaning just 40TL (15$) difference for the 13" MBA and 337TL ($129) for the 11". Price differences are minimal therefore. There is a trade-off to be made, less power but better screen, and I'm guessing that most people would be happy with that, and for those that aren't we can be sure of increasing degrees of power in yearly updates. But then that single port, oh my goodness, a single port, whatever will we do? Keep calm and carry, is what. One adaptor will provide the majority of people with all they need, when they need. It's not a brick, it's not made of super-heavy materials, it's an adaptor. How many of us already carry them anyway? Time will tell if this is a good machine, the first in depth reviews will be interesting, but when the Air was launched there was a lot of noise about its lack of ports, it's small HD, no CD drive etc etc. The Macbook seems a step forward in an increasingly wireless/cloud connected world, I like it.