Apple's latest MacBook Air adds some much needed ports and pulls some things in line with the MacBook Pro range. It's an excellent travel laptop, but we wish it would have made the transition to Intel's Core i series.
The Good: Thin profile is still great for travel • Two USB ports and SD card reader make things much more useful.
The Bad: Still using the Core 2 Duo processor • Default model only comes with 2GB RAM • Wi-Fi disconnect issues.
Apple MacBook Air 13. Credit: Apple / CNET Australia