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.
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.
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.
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.
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.