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“It fits in my bag very neatly alongside my newer, faster 11-inch MacBook Air.”
“An 11-inch model of the Series 9 is due soon at $1,199, or $200 more than Apple's base 11-inch Air.”
“But on returning from CES, I thought it was time to try out an even lighter notebook PC, so I borrowed both an 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air from Apple to try out.”
“An 11-inch model with 128 GB of storage, 4 GB of memory and a slightly faster 1.6 GHz processor costs $1,399.”
“But because of my travel needs, I think I'll buy the 11-inch model, even though, at 2.3 pounds, it's only 0.6 pounds lighter than the 13-inch.”
“Sony was the first company to sell an OLED television, an 11-inch model in 2007, but it has been unable to get costs down on larger sizes.”
“Out in the desert I had a run-in with those 11-inch models.”
“The announcement comes as many other companies are trying to emulate Apple's ultra-thin MacBook Air—which starts at $999 for an 11-inch screen—with models called ultrabooks that mainly range in price from $899 to $1,400.”
“For example, the 11-inch, $999 model has a paltry 64 gigabytes of storage; the 13-inch model starts at a still-weak 128 gigabytes of storage, and even the high-end version of the larger model, which costs $1,599, has just 256 gigabytes of storage.”
“Disney is rolling out 18-inch versions of five of its most popular movie princesses, including Tiana, Ariel, and Cinderella, in a line called Princess & Me; the dolls are seven inches taller than an 11-inch fashion doll like Barbie, and much taller than previous versions of the Disney Princess dolls, which ranged from 4 to 14 inches.”
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