Apple's minimalist packaging remains the same.
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Inside the box, you'll find a MacBook, AC adapter, and some paperwork. You no longer get physical OS X restore discs (or even the more recent USB key version).
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Both sizes, side by side.
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Interestingly, both sizes are equally thick.
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The 13-inch MacBook Air

This is still a 13-inch laptop, so it's not as grab-and-go portable as the 11-inch version.
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The 13-inch MacBook Air

We'd still love to see some edge-to-edge glass on these Airs.
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The 13-inch MacBook Air

Note that only the 13-inch Air has an SD card slot.
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The 13-inch MacBook Air

The new trackpad gestures took a little getting used to.
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The 11-inch MacBook Air

The 11-inch looks nearly identical to its big brother at first glance.
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The 11-inch MacBook Air

But, the keyboard spacing is slightly different, even though both have the same-size trackpad.
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The 11-inch MacBook Air

The DisplayPort output now doubles as a Thunderbolt port.
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