Allow me to retort....
* A light, solid case that doesn't bend and cause damage to your components, nor crack after being 'lived with' for some time.
***** My friend has a Mac Book pro and the case has already cracked at the front and the DVD was faulty out of the box
* Well designed and implemented cooling, so your fan doesn't come on so often, at such a high speed, or sound so annoying.
***** laughable. He cannot rest his mac book pro on his lap when using it because it gets so hot. having a battery that is completely internal and dispersing all heat through it's aluminium shell means that it's heating solution is anywhere but efficient.
* A keyboard that's a joy to use. Unless you're on a MacBook, 'business' HP or ThinkPad, you're probably getting a pretty nasty keyboard, with spongy keys, lots of flex, and poor reliability.
****** the mac book laptop keys are shocking bad and the mac's keyboard doesn't have any tactile feedback at all. Not to mention that you can buy one of many wonderfully designed keyboards to replace it. The difference is the replacement keyboard for the mac probably costs as much as the specialised das keyboard for the PC.
* An incredible touchpad. Touchpads are rubbish in general. I have to use an external mouse to be at all productive - except on ThinkPads (trackpoint) or MacBooks.
**** so you pay extra for a mouse pad where you have to learn a whole bunch of gestures that don't always respond correctly when you could just as so easily right click? you're getting desperate now.
* A very nice LED backlit display. Beats most laptop displays I've seen.
***** you have this one. Colours and brightness of the mac book pro are amazing
* Very good battery life.
**** already mentioned in the previous comment
* Magsafe power connector. Yes there are stories of people breaking these, but they seem to be idiots who yank the thing around by its cord. IME it's brilliant.
***** I don't understand the big bag about this thing? Were people always prone walking off without unplugging their laptops first or were Mac Book owners too busy enjoying the smell of their own farts that they used to intentionally leaving their power leads as trip hazards for everyone else, thus necessitating the need for this gimmick?
* Last but definitely not least: A copy of, and a guarantee of compatibility with, OS X. If you don't like it or need it, fair enough, but lots of people swear by it.
**** As much as I dislike them, M$ have done an amazing job making windows work with even 50% of the almost infinite combination of hardware that you can buy in a PC. Plus, and I can't help but take issue with this, I keep hearing mac tards going on about how great it is they bundle so much software with their OS. Isn't this what microsoft got done for on their anti-competitive suit?
Of course, how much you care about your OS depends on what you do with it, but some things are likely common to Windows and OS X users. Here are a few of the obvious differences, off the top of my head:
* When you resume Windows by opening the laptop lid, it takes ages for it to be usable again. This is getting better, but it's still not like in OS X where the thing is ready instantly.
* When you resume WIndows, it takes ages for the thing to be connected to a wireless network again. In OS X, it's ready to use by the time you try to use it.
**** qualitative not quantitative evidence, not even anecdotal.
* You don't need 'malware' protection. This may change in the future, but for now, it's nice to not have to bother with such crap.
***** security through obscurity. any malware that is for a mac is infinitely more damaging because it gains root acess.
* Built in search works, is incredibly fast, and you don't notice it slowing your machine down, unlike Windows Search.
***** the last time I made a search on my vista ultimate machine, it "just worked" TM
Not against you, just thought I'd add that in case some fan bois read on and needed correcting.