The ultrabooks of various brands available in the market today have all tried to supersede the MacBook Air on one thing or another. Ultrabook makers have tried all that they can, for instance, competitive pricing, more onboard storage, and so on but none have managed to take the position of MacBook Air.
The users are more interested in buying a MacBook Air and run Windows 7 and OS X operating systems on the same machine rather than spending their money on any other brand’s Windows 7 Ultrabook.
The only negative thing observed was the poor performance of battery with Windows 7 running. But, still this is something that can be neglected on experiencing the improved performance and when the hardware is top notch. People want good hardware coupled with good software. It is because of this reason that MacBook Air is the number one selling Ultrabook in the world.
The price of a Windows 7 running MacBook Air begins from US $1,419 (for a 13-inch MacBook Air (US $1,299) and Windows 7 Home Premium (US $119.99), which is quite a bit more than the average US $1,000 Ultrabook of other brands.
Now the question that arises is: Does Apple makes the best Windows 7 Ultrabook?.
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