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Kevin Tofel, who writes about consumer mobile technology for GigaOM, yesterday posted list of his top seven favorite gadgets of 2010. He didn't pick any winners, but he did inspire me to write a post of my own. Unlike Kevin, I decided to pick a winner.
I essentially focused on devices that are part of my daily life and were launched this year. My list had four devices: the iPad , the Sprint Overdrive Mobile Hotspot, the Sonos S5 and theMacBook Air. Having just acquired the Roku Box and the Microsoft Kinect, I didn't quite have enough time with those two to make an informed decision, though at first blush, I absolutely love those two gizmos. Roku, incidentally is on NewTeeVee's list of top five video gadgets of 2010.
My most important question when picking the device was actually pretty basic - can I live and work without the particular gadget? So from that perspective, here is my pick.
MacBook Air 2010 Edition:
The 2.13 GHz, 256 GB Storage, 4GB RAM, 13-inch screen version of the MacBook Air is my gadget of the year.
The Back Story
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So three years ago when Apple announced the MacBook Air, I was quick to order it. It was underpowered - a slow processor, anemic memory capabilities, a tiny hard drive and a somewhat limited set of expansion options. The battery only compared to my stamina. Nevertheless, the weight of the device was right and it was worth the many compromises. It forced me to essentially respect the less is more philosophy in new ways. The Mac Book Air's second version got a little better, especially as Apple offered SSD drive options. I upgraded and loved taking it along when I travelled. For other times, I used a 15-inch MacBook Pro Acer aspire 5520 battery .
Frequently Asked Questions
I need a laptop that i can take everywhere. I travel alot and need a notebook that will be easy to take anywhere but also work at a decent speed. Cost is not an issue. Should i get the macbook air?
yes. its very good looking compare to the boring lenovo x300. besides, if u dont need an optical drive and ethernet port then you should really buy the Air. i've seen it and it's so gorgeous. the features are okay...it's built for the wireless world. the bluetooth and wifi are the latest version. i also like the multi touch recognition trackpad--it works well. my dad owns one and i borrow it most of the time. such a cool device!
I am getting ready to buy a new laptop but I am unsure of what to get. I really like the new Macbook Air, but I don't know if it is really worth the price. I really like the fact that it's only 3lbs. considering I am a college student and will be lugging it around with me to class. The other options I was looking at were the regular macbooks, macbook pro, or a sony vaio CR series. So basically what I need to know is, is if the price of the Macbook Air really justifies it's thin lightweight build? Any opinions?
YES! if you are someone who just needs to write papers and surf the web and email and what-not, then get the air. but if you need more processing power get the pro. don't get a sony though, it will probably have vista on it, and will get viruses. (note: virus protection software is actually a virus, it takes over your computer with your permission when you install it.)
So i have a 1 year old White Macbook. I really really want the new macbook air because of its size. I dont want to sell my other macbook because of the CD drive. What i am asking is do you think it is stupid for me to go out and buy a macbook air?
Personally, I would rather have your 1 year old Macbook than a computer with no disc drive. My brother-in-law has one, he says it is only good for short business trips. If he is on a long trip, he brings his Macbook in case he wants to watch a movie, or listen to a freinds cd, or install a program, or most of the stuff people like to do with computers. And it has barely any inputs as well, they really skimp out on hardware to get it to that size. I would only reccomend it if size is more important than functionality to you.
Does anyone have one?? If so do you like it?? Does it break easily?? Any things you like or dislike about it?? I am just asking cause i don't want to get it, and find out its not good to get. So what do you think about the macbook air??
What is the difference between MacBook Air and MacBook Pro?
So I want to save up for a MacBook for my 15th birthday this November. I just want to know which one I should get... MacBook Air or MacBook Pro? What is the difference? Please explain.
(I put this in a popular category to get more answers, I know its the wrong category).
The MacBook Pro is much more expensive, why is that? What's better about it?
Air: Hellofva light ligher than the Pro. Less "bulkier" (the Pro isn't bulky at all to begin with). Doesn't have a CD Drive
Pro: Bit heavier, has a CD drive.
Other than the a few physical components, they're essentially the same thing.
The Air is more expensive for the pro. The Price you were looking at was the price for the 11 inch air, which does start at 9. But when you compare the price of both 13 inch laptops, the price for the Air is 99 vs. the Pro which is priced at 99