Here we go again… today Steve Jobs got on stage and talked about four new things apple users must have. Ars Technica, Engadget, and Tom’s Guide all provided good live keynote coverage, so I wont go into everything Steve talked about.
The new great product that he unveiled was the manila envelope … erm. MacBook Air! It certainly looks sexy as its very slim and sleek, but how would one use it? The only network connection it has is 802.11n. There is no EVDO or ethernet port, but there is usb; so one could say buy a dongle. But still, who is the target for this device? I think it could be a nice companion computer for apple shops. But for a main computer, I am not so sure. What do you think? How would you use this device if you were to obtain one?
The rest of my pictures can be found on flickr.
Update: The keynote can now be viewed at here.
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