MacBook Air: Thinnest Notebook Ever, from Apple
Introducing, MacBook Air, the thinnest notebook ever from Apple. Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs reveals the super-slim new laptop at the Macworld Trade Show on Tuesday, January 15, unveiling a personal computer less than an inch thick that turns on the moment it’s opened.
MacBook Air notebook was impressively wrapped off encased from 0.16 to 0.76 inch of sleek, sturdy anodized aluminum, at just 3.0 pounds, so portable that you can take it anytime, anywhere.
It has a glossy 13.3-inch widescreen LED backlit, a 1280-by-800 resolution which gives you the best view of images and rich colors at full brightness the moment you open MacBook Air.
The keyboard is full-size with crisp keys just like the ones on MacBook, only that the Air is added with backlit key illumination, making it easy to work in low-light settings such as airplanes and conference halls. The touchpad features an intuitive interface like that of the iPhone and you can can pan, rotate, move entire windows, move between photos, all with simple gestures on the touchpad. It also comes with a 2GB of built in RAM and an 80GB hard drive which provides plenty of storage space. You have the option to upgrade to a 64GB solid-state drive, which has no moving parts for enhanced durability, 1.6GHz or 1.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, an iSight built in camera and it’s got the thinnest battery ever.
The new MacBook Air will ship in two weeks, but you will be able to pre-order it today for $1,799.
Check the complete details of MacBook Air on Apple, Inc.