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Old 01-16-2008, 12:22 PM   #1
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Default MacBook Air and some other stuff

MacInTouch has several reports on MacWorld 2008, which opened yesterday (January 15) in San Francisco.

Many of the reader replies are grouchy, though not all. Henry Norr, veteran reporter on all things Mac, gives his first (fairly detailed) impression of the new MacBook Air, which sounds very beautiful.

One quote from Norr’s article:
… the MacBook Air is still a sight to behold. It's undeniably a tour de force of engineering and design. Subnotebooks have never sold terribly well, but the thinnest of them have always elicited a special excitement (I remember years ago when a normally staid Wall Street analyst described an then-upcoming HP ultralight to me as "pure sex"), and the MacBook Air is the thinnest ever – by far.

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