The MacBook Air is nice, but as we discovered in our in-depth review, not everything is sunshine and roses—at least with the hard drive model. But there's a higher-end Air as well—1.8GHz with a 64GB solid-state flash drive instead of your traditional ATA hard drive. We picked up an SSD Air so that we could try it out, run some benchmarks, and report back to you on how much (or little) of a difference that extra $1,300 makes.Check it out over here. The SSD makes the MacBook Air a bit faster and a bit more battery life but overall it's definitely not worth a premium $1,300.
MacBook Air's SSD offers little advantages
Posted on Sunday, Feb 10 2008 @ 03:30 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck