Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Investigate Part 1

The Mac Book Air is an ultra portable notebook made from Apple. This ultra thin laptop is 0.16 inches at its thinnest and 0.76 inches at its thickest. Weighing only 3 pounds, this laptop still has everything your previous macs have, only better. Every little detail that could be streamlined has been made so it is at its thinnest yet still giving maximum performance. Even if it is as thin as your index finger, it still has a 13.3 inch wide screen, LED display, a full size keyboard and a large multi touch track pad. Just because it is really thin and weighs nothing, it doesn't mean that it loses some of its features. From a slimmer hard drive to strategically hidden I/O ports and everything in between. Everything in the Mac Book Air has been considered and redesigned. Truly, Mac Book Air is built for the wireless world. Mac Book Air comes with 802.11n Wi-Fi which allows you to rent movies of the apple store and install software wirelessly from another computer or mac. This notebook comes with an isight built in camera with microphone, 2GB of RAM, 80GB hard drive, and a Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 4MB L2 Cache. It also comes with a back lit keyboard with a built in light sensor so you wont have trouble working in the dark. The multi touch track pad allows you to rotate, zoom, swipe and scroll with just a flick of a pinch. It also comes with Bluetooth 2.1 and and Apple's new Remote Disc technology which allows you to access another mac's or pc's optical hard drive. The display is 1280-by-800 resolution so it gives crisp and bright images in its slimmest form. The full size keyboard has the same crisp keys like the one on mac book. But mac book air is better. The designers added a backlit key illumination. This makes the keys on the keyboard light up automatically when it gets dark using a light sensor. The Mac Book Air might be a little pricey. It sells for 1799.99 USD in Best Buy, 1794 USD in Amazon, 1919 USD in @mpuDirect and 3098 USD at Apple.com, but every penny is worth it since the Mac Book Air really is an extraordinary laptop.

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