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[* black] We carefully lift the lovely logic board from its aluminum nest.
- [* icon_note] Apple points out that the logic board in the Retina MacBook is "67 percent smaller than the logic board in the 11-inch MacBook Air."
+ [* icon_note] Apple points out that the logic board in the Retina MacBook is 67% smaller than the logic board in the 11-inch MacBook Air.
[* black] Apple's use of the new [http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/processors/core/next-generation-core-processors.html|Intel Core M|new_window=true] processors allows for smaller form factors and fun little heat sink covers.
-[* icon_note] What we find more impressive is the [http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/corporate-responsibility/conflict-free-minerals.html/DEVICE1/US.html|conflict-free|new_window=true] production of the Core M processors.
+[* icon_note] More impressive than the updates is the [http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/corporate-responsibility/conflict-free-minerals.html/DEVICE1/US.html|conflict-free|new_window=true] production of the Core M processors.
[* black] The heat sink is nicely machined to provide multiple points of contact on the logic board—perhaps even to cool the reverse side of the logic board a bit.