AirBar literally adds a touchscreen to your MacBook Air, or any other laptop, up to 15.6" in size. It basically broadcasts invisible light-waves to detect movement, enabling you to use just about anything as a stylus, including chopsticks, a paintbrush to even your fingers (with or without gloves). You can use these tools to touch, navigate, zoom, swipe, or even paint on your laptop's display. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
You've seen the 12-inch MacBook Air spy shots, now check out a few renders by the very talented Martin Hajek of the laptop in all three colors: champagne gold, slate gray, and silver. While new information has been sparse, it's most likely that this ultra slim laptop will have only a single USB-C port, along with a headphone jack. There are rumors that Apple may offer a 16GB RAM option and / or a Retina Display, but we'll probably have to wait until WWDC in June to see if any of those are true. Let's just hope there isn't a waiting list for the gold model, like there was for Apple's iPhone 6 / 6 Plus at launch. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of ten things you didn't know a microwave could do.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.