Remember the notorious manila envelope used to display the new MacBook Air's incredibly thin dimensions? Well now you can actually buy one. Well, you've always been able to buy manila envelopes, but now you can get a fleece-lined vinyl one made to protect your precious Air. Called the AirMail, it runs $30, is made by two crazy people, and ships out as soon as the new Mac does. Which is pretty soon. But not before I finish this post. There, done. Ha, beat that Apple. You so slow.
Thanks to Lindsey, who is too beautiful to descibe with my limited vocabulary, for the tip
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