World’s Thinnest Laptop

MacBook Air is the worlds thinnest laptop. The computer weighs 1.3 kilograms and is 0.76 inches. It does not have a CD or DVD drive in order to save space. It was built to be a wireless machine. This laptop comes in either a 80 Gigabyte hard disc drive as standard or a 64 Gigabyte solid state drive. It also feature a 75 watt power adapter, and a USB port for Micro-DV, as well as WI-FI, Bluetooth, and a headphone jack. How could they make something this thin and sleek?World’s Thinnest Laptop

8 Responses to “World’s Thinnest Laptop”

  1. Jenny Says:

    Is there a sound reason why a consumer would choose this computer for its size?

    To me, this product sounds like a silly little fad built for cuteness instead of quality.

    The description doesn’t tell me its price, but I heard it’s expensive. I can’t understand why someone would spend so much on a computer that doesn’t have the basic feature of a disk drive. Why not get more bang for your buck and find a more reasonable laptop with the features you want at a price you can afford. An average-weight laptop isn’t too heavy.

    Starting at $1799 at
    Regular MacBook is $1099.

  2. Donald Erickson Says:

    I agree with Jenny. If I were to even consider purchasing something like this i would wait till its fourth or fifth generation. Without a disk drive you are taken away many things that that is provided by a normal laptop. Even if you get an external disc drive it no longer becomes the world’s thinnest laptop not including an external disc drive. And starting at nearly 1800 bucks? Don’t waste your time or money until this system is greatly improved.

  3. Pete Katongan Says:

    I think that the mac book air is kind of a stupid idea, I do not think that it could hold much information as a regular macbook. I also think it is too expensive. I think that you would have to buy so many other things to get what you want on your computer, like an extra hard drive.

  4. Jalen Says:

    If I were to get a new laptop it wouldn’t be a Macbook Air. Simply because you could get a Macbook for a cheaper price and the Macbook has a disk drive, and a bigger hardrive. The Macbook is just as portable than a Macbook Air. A Macbook is just about a couple more pounds heavier than a Macbook Air. If you ar willing to get a Macbook Air, I personally would wait for the newer and more inproved generation.

  5. courtney Says:

    i dont think i would get this kind of a labtop either, cause a macbook pro has more use then this does. how are we supposed to listen to music if it doesnt have a cd/dvd drive?

  6. Kimberly Says:

    I think I would use the Macbook air. I want one really bad. I’ve owned a lot of itunes cards so I would get the music from itunes and just buy them from there, along with movies. The macbook air would be really sweet! I don’t like big laptops. They’re too big and the macbook air is small and it fits me more.

  7. D. Kingeekuk Says:

    I think it would be cool to have \the world’s thinnest laptop because it is a light weight and it can save space in your bag, but on the other hand it can be too easy to brake in half.

  8. chris Says:

    i would not like this becuase its to small and i can lose it really fast. i would rather have like a normal one becuase we can do alot more stuff.

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