“I don’t care what any one tells you: size matters,” Claudine Beaumont reports for The Telegraph. “And never more so than with technology, which is why Apple’s new MacBook Air, the world’s thinnest laptop, has proved such a crowd pleaser in the Telegraph office this week.”
“The diminutive notebook computer, which measures less than 2cm at its thickest point, is certainly a looker,” Beaumont reports. “Its sleek, brushed aluminium styling bears all the hallmarks of Apple’s reputation for careful design, but it’s more than just a pretty face.”
“We’ve been putting the Air through its paces for the last few days to see whether it’s hot stuff or simply hot air,” Beaumont reports.
To find out The Telegraph’s official verdict, watch the video review (Flash) here.
MacDailyNews Take: If we have to hear another Luddite complaining that they can’t play DVDs on MacBook Air…
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Macaday” for the heads up.]