So fast forward to the kickoff of the annual Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco, Chief Apple Steve Jobs, clad in cool black turtleneck attire, does his annual introduction to showcase the new products and services by Apple for the upcoming year.
Jobs introduced the new thin as in skinny laptop computer that he called the MacBook Air. Labeling it as the “the world’s thinnest notebook” and said that it can fit inside an envelope.
The new MacBook Air laptop is complete with features such as the multi-touch trackpad, allowing users to zoom in and out on digital photos by dragging your fingers away or towards each other. You can also rotate and manipulate a photo by twisting a finger around with your thumb.
As with the latest in high tech electronic gadgets, the uber thin notebook, as expected, comes with a bit of a not so thin price tag. Steve Jobs did concede that they are indeed… “Pricey, but they are fast.”
The basic MacBook Air is expected to sell for around $1,799 US and will begin shipping in a couple weeks.
When thin is in… How’s this for skinny?
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