Buying Apple MacBook Air in 2018 in the Philippines, Still Worth It?



PC purchased for the university in order to exploit the continuity between mac and iPhone. 

Shipping and packaging perfect, at the beginning I was rather hesitant about the purchase and use of a PC with Mac OS. 

Having always been a Windows user criticized with too much prejudice the apple world of laptops, however since the first start the device is intuitive and practical to use, to learn all the features of this macbook you need about 2-3 days of use and then you will be projected into a "comfort zone" especially for people like me who use an iPhone. 

THE' association iCloud and the ability to have and to be able to view / continue any content with almost instant sync (it takes less than 2 minutes for a job from iPhone to be saved on the Mac and vice versa) are features that can hardly be abandoned. 

Excellent keyboard quality (perhaps the backlighting is sometimes activated when not strictly necessary), allows a smooth and fast typing, and the smoothness of the glass trackpad that integrates gesture for navigation. Quality of materials always at the top, powerful audio, with a dissipation system that keeps the PC relatively cool and pleasant to keep on the legs (for those like me who take notes in class). 

It has a considerable cost and must be purchased with the awareness of having a machine to work / multimedia / work from the office and not to play or squeeze it! Having said this I recommend the purchase, an investment worth making!

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