Full size, backlit keyboard. 13'; Screen. 80 gig hard drive. Three pounds in weight.
Aluminum case, far sturdier then the competition, and costs less than some of them like the Sony.
Now that being said, it's for the all wireless environment. An external optical drive is available if needed, but you can load apps from any other machine with a disc drive. Couple this with the new Time Capsule (wireless router and huge hard drive) and you're on to something!Ultra portable lab tops? which is the best and the smallest?...any advice?
I would stay away from ultra portable laptops. They have a lot of high tech jammed into a small container. Little bumps and things cause them to break down alot. And the cramped keyboards and small screens, in my opinion, doesn't add much benefit when all you get is a little more portability. They are pricey too.Ultra portable lab tops? which is the best and the smallest?...any advice?
there are a few amazing and freakishly small computers out there. Fujitsu makes some of the most impressive looking ones. For example, their LifeBook series. The OQO is a windows based system, and has some impressive specs. The only issue it has, is its lack of graphic capabilities.
Hope some of this helps
I would go with the apple macbook air, its really really cool and thin
Ultra portable and great for traveling =)
MacBook air just came out.
i would say macbook air. but it is a piece of crap. it is so small there isn't even a hard disk drive. i have a macbook and it is super small and fast. there the best
Macbook AIR. The world's thinnest and MOST FRIGGEN advanced operating system in the world. Leopard is 10 years ahead of Vista, that copy of the 5 year old Mac OS LOL!