What if the wrapping came undone,
the packing tape that holds it all together?
Just slipped a bit at first,
allowing more of it to weaken and slide.
Do you think I could pat it back down fast enough, hard enough, to hold it all together?
Or would it all come unraveled and everything spill out willy-nilly the good the bad the ugly the spoken the silent the dreamt the feared the hidden and unseen?
How would I ever get it all back in?
Could I even hope to do so?
Trust me on this one,
We’re gonna need more tape.
I really, really want one of these! At MacWorld a couple of days ago Steve Jobs introduced the newest Apple notebook – the MacBook Air. The MacBook Air is the world’s thinnest notebook and is small enough to fit inside an interoffice mailing envelope (hopefully a padded one). It will be available in February with base price of $1,799.
The MacBook Air Features:
- 13.3-inch LED-backlit widescreen display with 1280×800 pixel resolution
- Full-size and backlit keyboard
- Built-in iSight video camera for video conferencing
- 1.6 GHz or 1.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 4MB L2 cache
- 800 MHz front-side bus
- 2GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
- 80GB hard disk drive with Sudden Motion Sensor
- built-in AirPort Extreme 802.11n wireless networking and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR
- 1 USB 2.0 port
- multi-touch TrackPad with support for advanced multi-touch gestures including tap, scroll, pinch, rotate and swipe
- (OPTIONAL) MacBook Air SuperDrive (external drive via USB).
- Micro-DVI port (includes Micro-DVI to VGA and Micro-DVI to DVI Adapters)
- 45 Watt MagSafe Power Adapter.
- 1 headphone port
Macbook Air has a slightly wedge-shaped profile. It weighs about 3 pounds, and sports a thickness of 0.16-0.76 inches. It’s 12.8 inches wide and 8.95 inches deep.
This is one seriously cool machine. It is exactly what I want for carrying around with me to places like Panera Bread, Starbucks, the library and such where I can grab that wireless signal and work away to my hearts content. Or better yet, not get the wireless and actually concentrate on writing and not surfing the web.
For a bit of a review and some cool video, check out AppleInsider’s First Look.