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MORE: Apple Mac Book Air (13-inch,) Review: It's Still Good Pros: Very slim and very light, the 2-pound Mac Book is the ultraportable to get if you’re constantly on the go.

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But as a shopper, it’s never been harder to choose which notebook to get. We’ll help you decide which Mac Book is worth your money by comparing price, features, performance, battery life and more. It has something else big going for it: about 10.5 hours of battery life on our tests, which makes it one of longer lasting ultraportables.

That kind of endurance and pricing makes the Air a good option for students.

Not a fan of the new flat butterfly keyboards on the latest Mac Book and Mac Book Pro?

The Air sports a traditional keyboard with more travel, which some may find more comfortable.

While the butterfly keyboard is flat, it feels snappy when typing.

Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier

Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.

The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend

Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.

The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the

Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

This version of the 13-inch Mac Book Pro also offers two more Thunderbolt ports than the $1,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.

The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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Cons: You don’t get the snazzy new Touch Bar that the pricier $1,799 Mac Book Pro offers, and you’ll have to live with two fewer Thunder Bolt 3 ports. MORE: Mac Book Pro 13-inch Review Pros: If you’re willing to spend $1,799, the Touch Bar and Touch ID button is pretty tempting when you see what they can do.

The 13-inch screen also has a fairly low resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels, while most Windows laptops in this price range have full HD screens.

And while Apple has upped the clock speed to 1.8 GHz, it's still a 5th-generation Intel chip and not the latest 8th-gen CPU.

Apple has opened the Touch Bar up to developers, such as Adobe for Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

,799 model, as well as a faster 3.1-GHz processor and slightly-faster Intel Iris graphics.The 480p webcam is low-res but it’s okay for video chats.

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