Well I'm (sadly) back from Mexico after my MacWorld adventures, and what do you know -- Apple is flashing their new MacBook Air commercial all over the place trying to get me to buy one. Now don't get me wrong, I'd accept one for free, but I don't exactly have $1,800 to spend on a laptop that is so light it'll float off the desk and into the stratosphere. This commercial teaches us that the MacBook Air can fit into a manila envelope. Now how many times are you going to stuff your laptop into an unprotected sleeve and ship it around anyways? Those envelopes are only rated for shipping analog computers. And by analog computers I mean paper.
Apple keeps putting out those "Get a Mac" ads and Microsoft has finally decided it's not going to take them lying down with its ass in the air. So what's the company doing? Starting an ad campaign with "key celebrity pitchman" Jerry Seinfeld. Oh, and Bill Gates.
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The new MacBook Air isn't actually invisible like I first suspected. Nor does it float. It's just way thin and has no optical drive. The Air rocks a 13.3" screen, is 0.76 inches at the thickest, weighs 3 pounds, and features a multi-touch trackpad. It comes with an ultrathi... / Continue →
Have a bunch of obsolete Apple products sitting around collecting dust? Trade them for gold! Gold For Macs accepts iPods, MacBooks and everything in between and sends you cold hard cash gold in return. I just sent them 40 Dells with Apple stickers over the logo! Am I a geni... / Continue →