updated 02:10 pm EST, Wed February 20, 2008
Second look at MacBook Air
MacNN has taken Apple's MacBook Air for a longer test run to experience using the notebook on a day-to-day basis. After two weeks of steady usage, "the world's thinnest notebook" held true to Apple's claims. The device fits neatly into an airline seat pocket, runs applications quickly with no issues, and provides just enough external connectivity via its folding ports for most average users.
MacNN has previously given first impressions, as well as explored the Air's specific Migration Assistant, following photos of the unboxing of both the Air, and accessories. We also observed iFixit's take-apart, and benchmarks from Primate Labs.