Martha Stewart blogs for The Martha Blog, “I was so excited when my new MacBook Air arrived the other day. When I opened the box and examined this laptop, I was amazed by how razor thin and how light it is – just .76 of an inch and only 3 pounds. It has a full-size illuminated keyboard, which is terrific for working in a dimly lit car or on an airplane. And I really love the trackpad, which works in much the same way as the Apple iPhone, giving you many more options by simply moving your fingers.”
Martha, perhaps not comprehending that her beautiful new Mac can also slum it with Windows (natively via Boot Camp (included in Mac OS X Leopard) or via fast virtualization from Parallels and VMWare), also writes, “I also use an HP laptop on a regular basis because I like to be well versed on both platforms. Both computers sit side by side on my desk in my kitchen and having them right there together is very convenient for me.”
MacDailyNews Take: Again, it’d be much more convenient to have one Mac on your desk that runs everything. Martha, turn in that poor, ugly, retarded HP (it’s got to have a nasty inferiority complex plopped there right next to a MacBook Air) to the recycler for proper disposal.
Martha continues, “It’s a little difficult to photograph just how thin this MacBook Air is, but you can see for yourself by stopping at an Apple store or checking it out online at Apple.com. The MacBook Air is truly a technological thing of beauty. When it’s not traveling on the road with me, it looks great on my desk…”
See the photos of Martha’s new MacBook Air, along with her dog Sharkey, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jamie” for the heads up.]