Computers are governed entirely by physics. As hard as designers may try, they still can't change that very basic fact. You can make a hard drive as big as you want, but that still doesn't mean that it can hunt down the information it's storing for you any quicker!
Today's deal features a product that use interesting methods to rethink the "physics" of computing.
Refurbished MacBook Air - $879.00 ($959.00)
MacBook Air doesn't get very hot. That's because, unlike most laptops, the MacBook doesn't have a spinning disk feeding it information. The MacBook Air comes with a Solid State Drive, which treats data storage differently.
An SSD gives your computer a massive boost to its ability to retrieve information. This translates to faster boot times, quicker software installation, and less risk of losing your data because of a faulty disk.
While many laptop manufacturers are replacing the classic hard drive with solid state drives, the MacBook Air might be a great choice for someone looking to buy an entry-level Apple laptop. Click here to check out this MacBook Air deal.