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File this under: outrageous 24K gold gadgets. If you have $7500 (minimum) burning a hole in your pocket and want an ultra luxurious laptop, then look no further than Computer Choppers' 24K gold MacBook Air. Unfortunately, you'll have to shell out $8,500 for the 13" model. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a video of an incredible Star Wars flash mob.

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Apple's MacBook Air is a workhouse laptop for mobile warriors, and that includes in the kitchen. Sure, it's not practical, or even recommended, to use the device as a knife of sorts, but people on the adventurous side figure that they have nothing to lose. Continue reading to see five more things you can cut with the MacBook Air.

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From afar, the MirrorBook Air may look like a real laptop, but upon hands-on inspection, you'll realize that it's just a cleverly designed pocket mirror. Yes, it's almost a perfect replica (non-functional) of the MacBook Air. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video preview.

[via Buzzfeed]

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We all know that the MacBook Air has edges that are quite sharp, but these users show just how they can be used. Whether it be apples, shrimp, or mushrooms, there's a MacBook Air for the job. Continue reading to see them all.

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A person in China decided to bring his MacBook Air knockoff into a real Apple Store in China, and surprisingly enough, the staff was nice enough to fix whatever problem he had with it. Continue reading to watch a video review of a fake MacBook Air.

The Apple Genius, being the genius he is, immediately noted the machine was not a real MacBook Air. The Apple Genius reportedly fixed the dude's real technical issue on the fake MacBook.
[via Technabob]

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You've already gotten a preview of the new MacBook Air, now here's a quick review. Just to recap, the update "ups the ante with a backlit keyboard, a faster Core i5 processor," and a Thunderbolt port. Click here for more pictures. Continue reading for a video review. Here's the bottom line:

We already loved the 13-inch MacBook Air, and Apple's improvements make it the perfect notebook as far as we're concerned. Add it all up and you have a machine that not only earns our Editors' Choice award but also a very rare five-star rating.
[via LaptopMag]

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In addition to OS X Lion, the new MacBook Air -- available in 11" ($999 - $1199) and 13" ($1299 - $1599) varieties -- boasts a backlit keyboard, Intel Core i5 / i7 processors, and last but not least, a Thunderbolt port. Click here for more pictures. Here's what one early reviewer has to say:

For the past 9 months, the Air has been the computer I take with me everywhere. I previously didn't like the Air line because I felt it was underpowered and overpriced 0 both of those things changed with last year's revamp.
[via TechCrunch]

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Fake Steve Jobs has been used to sell tea, now yet another impersonator unveils a fake MacBook Air. Featuring a 10.6" display, 1.66-GHz Intel Atom N450 processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, 1.3-megapixel camera, and HDMI-out. Click here for more pictures.

[via MIC Gadget]

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Apple Stores nationwide want to show just how light the MacBook Air really is, so, they decided to attach a helium balloon to the laptop and let it float freely in a window display. Continue reading for the fan-shot video.

[via TheNextWeb]

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That's right, an Apple fan -- who apparently bought the second-generation model -- decided to blow up his old MacBook Air with dynamite. While it could have been put to better use, this fan's goal was to become a YouTube sensation. Continue reading for the video.

[via Buzzfeed]

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