Monday, 28 January 2008

Mac Book Air Laptop From Apple - The Small Wonder

Apple has came with it's latest "Small and Thin" Laptop, Mac Book Air. This will be really going to give tough competition to all other laptops and laptop manufacturers.

According to

San Francisco - There's never been a laptop as skinny as the new MacBook

Air from Apple. At its thinnest, it measures just about four millimetres.

"When you first see MacBook Air, it's hard to believe it's a high-

performance notebook with a full-size keyboard and display," gushed Apple CEO

Steve Jobs while presenting the new laptop at the keynote speech of the MacWorld

Expo in San Francisco. "But it is." The excitement at the Moscone Centre was

also sparked in typically reserved observers like Michael Gartenberg, research

director at the US market research firm Jupiter Research: "This will become the

object of lust for all tech fans this year," Gartenberg told Deutsche

Presse-Agentur dpa. In advance of the MacWorld Expo, the chatter on many

websites was focused on a potential combination of the iPhone and a normal

laptop - more or less a retooling of the "Newton" PDA concept that Apple phased

out 10 years ago. The MacBook Air is instead a full-value laptop with a robust

aluminium casing with a 13-inch display and a full sized keyboard. During his

presentation, Steve Jobs compared the MacBook Air, which costs about 1,700

dollars, with the Vaio TZ series from Sony.

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