Apple Announces Air Book … girls go crazy.

It’s become a tried a true ritual. If Steve Jobs doesn’t announce something new and fandangle after his keynotes at every Mac Expo we would think that Apple was going under. The company has come a long way since I remember it in 1998 and it took a gander at the handheld market with a device I wouldn’t dare utter. But what’s this … wallet thin laptops you say?

And so we can now mail each other laptops via inter-office mail envelopes. Damn, that’s cool, and reckless but its trumped by being cool again. Check out the video below.

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2 Responses to “Apple Announces Air Book … girls go crazy.”

  1. DaveDaGamer on January 15th, 2008 5:45 pm

    The ole bitten one is on a roll with their new lineup, after the not so run away success of the iPhone (It’s formidable, but not OMFG I gotta have one) They have released a solid run of I WANT THAT systems.

    From AppleTV to the new MacBooks, to the New G6 err Mac Pro, power and power have never been better. Although I swear to G.O.D. if they release another product after I just bought one (Within a month) I will blow!!!

    Even though I wouldn’t take the air as a replacement for my Macbook, I do think that it’s a cool alternative for those who are always on the move.

    Wireless Networks are the futcha. Now gimme some consistent speeds as fast as tethered and I’m sold. (Are all these waves flying around my Apt. cooking my cells and aging me faster?) We’ll see.


  2. DW on January 15th, 2008 11:30 pm

    LMAO … yea man. At times you’d think that Apple is just turning into a run away train of abusive innovations … repeat models are not nice but it looks like they’ll take the firmware approach with the iPhone at least.

    “Always on the move” = Dave.

    Invest in wireless if you can.


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