That's also because of low screen resolution. Use laptop on battery for emergency purposes only IMO.I agree that Macbook Air is old processor but its batter back up is almost 3 times than any windows laptop available.
Still if you guys say I will go for dell 5370
It is a good option but I saw an HP envy with similar specs at 55k during last major sale by Flipkart.So is Dell Inspiron 5370 the only option?
I also prefer Dell, but the HP issues you hear of usually their lower end models like the Pavilion series. Envy series are pretty good. Same thing can be said of Dell or other manufacturers .Especially the laptops with dgpu at lower price point since most of them have very bad cooling designs. I would still suggest you to wait a few weeks to see if the Macbook Air is updated.Have seen a lot of people suffering from heating problem in HP so would prefer dell over it
HP envy with the same specs as of dell 5370 will cost atleast 10k more, that makes no point to buy HP over dell considering HP After sales service and its heating issues^^Interestingly I couldn't find Envy series laptops on HP India site though they are present on US site.
I know,I was just pointing out this anomaly of their supposedly premium brand not appearing in Indian site(makes me wonder if the units are all imported & thus will have relatively poor after sales support if any part is required as it needs to arrive from abroad).HP envy with the same specs as of dell 5370 will cost atleast 10k more, that makes no point to buy HP over dell considering HP After sales service and its heating issues