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jalmz
01-18-2008, 10:07 AM
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The MacBook Air is officially the thinnest laptop, and the lightest of those with a 13-inch screen. But there were compromises that had to be made.

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Pros:

Thinnest laptop on the market. Simply gorgeous. Amazing 13-inch display on a 3-pound chassis. Full-size keyboard. Doesn't load ultra-low-voltage processors. Eco-friendly. Gesture-enabled touchpad. Reasonable prices.

Cons:

Only one USB port, three ports total. No ExpressCard or card-reader option. Battery is not user upgradable.

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Browsing through Apple's growing list of products, you'll find there's no shortage of lightweight yet still powerful laptops that rival, and to some extent surpass, many of their Windows counterparts. For instance, there are the MacBook Pro 17-inch and 15-inch laptops, arguably the lightest in their respective categories. But for quite some time now, Apple fanatics have been calling for something that can actually be classified as an ultraportable, something that breaks the 4-pound barrier. Finally, Apple has answered with the Apple MacBook Air ($1,799 direct).

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Jeff
01-18-2008, 02:17 PM
Para sa akin wala ng hihigit sa LENOVO IBM laptop ko hehehe

Wowie
01-18-2008, 05:22 PM
magandang idea, kaya lang gaanu naman ka kadurable yon. :confused:

kelan kaya ako magkakalaptop :rolleyes:

since1980
01-23-2008, 01:25 PM
Naa na ni sa Cebu?

This will be a good alternative to my Acer Ferrari.