IS THIS THE
GREATEST COMPETITION FOR APPLE’S MACBOOK?
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It has a Retina display, weighs just two pounds, and has the latest USB Type-C port for power and peripherals.
The ASUS Zenbook UX305 costs just $700 -- about half the price of the MacBook.
It’s a bit slower than the MacBook, weighs a little more, and its screen resolution isn’t as good.
But it comes with the same 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and has more ports than the MacBook.
If that doesn’t strike your fancy, then perhaps Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 is a better fit.
It’s also thinner and costs about $200 less, even after purchasing the keyboard accessory.
And of course, one of Apple’s biggest competitors, Samsung, has a MacBook alternative as well.
It’s called the ATIV Book 9, and it has a very similar 12-inch screen and weighs nearly the same as the MacBook.
But the processor is slower, and the ATIV comes with less storage and less memory.
Recent IDC data shows that in Q4 2014, Apple’s PC shipment growth increased about 19% year-over-year -- outpacing its competitors’ growth.
To top it all off, Apple’s Mac sales account for more than 50% of the entire PC industry’s profits.
Source: Wall Street Journal.
So while other notebooks may be cheaper, faster, or have more ports than the MacBook…
Apple’s new device should help the company continue reaping more profits than its competitors.
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