If they sell enough of them, then they'll be able to do a good job, later. THIS is the commodity company, not Apple. There's room for Chevy and BMW in this world, but the mere fact that they are both transportation does not make them equivalent. If you need and/or can only afford a Chevy, that's not a character flaw. It's a reflection of your economic constraints and your tolerance for inconvenience. I think the cost differences on the hardware may not offset the implied costs of those inconveniences. The single biggest difference, of course, is that the MacBook Air can run Windows, as an afterthought. This thing CAN'T legally run OSX. The lowest cost version of Windows will set you back $120, going on up to $300, when time comes to upgrade. For a Mac, it's $30. $30 and you're never treated as a criminal or shielded from desirable aspects of a premium OS. You don't waste processor cycles on virus scanners or $100 to buy one in the fully-enabled one that does not come with this Acer.
It's not what you pay, it's what it costs you. This one costs more than what the sticker says.
You are really a boob if you are paying $100 for an AV, when you have Microsoft security essentials and other free AVs. I don't get your argument, since Mac would be more expensive after running an extra $120 of windows OS. Granted, it can be cheaper if you look around but lets accept your assumption.
Sometimes you can knock that bugger out.It could even be one of those driver thingys.There's something called an OS in there Bill.I'd call you on the phone but we'd probably end up arguing.As soon as I get mine back together I'll email you.Bill I know that the human mind is capable of solving any problem.See you later this is beer three for me.
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