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This new macbook air without logo , exactly same with macbook air ,start at 369$ *******www.chromfashion****/made-in-china-macbook-air-with-out-logo-160gb1gb-ram-black-yellow-ruby-redteso7800_p2147.html
3 Apr 2009
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Ty gives the rumor roundup on the new Macbook Pros and Airs.
22 May 2012
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THIS IS A JOKE! This is how I felt after Steve Job's Keynote presentation. I just learned how to chroma key today so the quality is kinda bad. Thanks for watching! Let me know what you think!..and subscribe! :)
9 Nov 2008
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The amazingly thin new MacBook unveiled January the 15th 2008
17 Jan 2008
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This is basically a vid about the the new macbook air, which is simply... Well watch the vid!
17 Jan 2008
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New Macbook Pro Unboxing
3 Nov 2008
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Episode 234 - New MacBooks
10 Nov 2008
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*******www.techwench****/apple-introduced-a-new-macbook-air/ Apple introduced a new innovation that hints where the company will go next. It unveiled a new version of MacBook Air in an event called “Back to the Mac” in Cupertino. The new laptop has no hard disk or DVD, instead it has flash memory which, according to the company, makes the machine faster and lighter. The new Mac Book Air also offers a quick access to the App Store and excellent software to work with cloud services. Apple introduced two models, one with 13-inch screen and another with 11-inch screen.
10 Jan 2011
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New MacBook Pros bring a super-speedy data port, LaCie is ready with a disk you can plug into the new port, biometric identification gets a little more unique with vein recognition, and Google has an MS Office plug-in to help you keep documents in the cloud.
26 Feb 2011
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Click here: *******bit.ly/gckkjn A truly mobile device needs to be light, thin, and strong enough to take with you wherever you go. It also needs to perform quickly, spring to life instantly, and have enough battery power to keep up with you. It should have no spinning hard drive, no optical drive, and no unnecessary parts. All of that is true of iPad. And now, it’s true of Apple’s most mobile notebook ever: MacBook Air. MacBook Air continues its legacy of firsts with something entirely new for any Mac: flash storage. Standard. In fact, the new MacBook Air is designed completely around flash storage. But in a totally different way. Typically, flash storage is housed in a package that’s the same size as a conventional hard drive. Yet the flash chips themselves occupy a very small portion of that housing. Getting rid of the hard drive enclosure and using only the parts that matter — the actual flash chips — frees up about 90 percent more space. And just like that, there’s room for other important things, like a bigger battery. Now you have a notebook that weighs practically nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That’s mobility mastered. No one knows Multi-Touch technology better than Apple. Introduced with the very first iPhone and taken even further with iPad, Multi-Touch is now part of practically every Apple device. It’s simply the best and most personal way to interact with your software. And the optimal way to experience Multi-Touch on a notebook is through a trackpad. That’s precisely the case with MacBook Air. Now you can perform more gestures than you have fingers on a spacious, all-glass surface that’s smooth to the touch. If you looked inside MacBook Air, you’d see something remarkable: how much space we devoted to the battery. Apple engineers were able to fit all the computer components on one of our smallest logic boards ever. Removing the flash storage enclosure and placing the flash chips on the logic board freed up even more room. And voila: space for a bigger battery. So you can get up to 5 hours of battery life on the 11-inch MacBook Air and up to 7 hours on the 13-inch model. And when you put MacBook Air to sleep for more than an hour, it enters what’s called standby mode. So you can come back to MacBook Air a day, a week — even up to an entire month later — and it wakes in an instant.1 Time is on your side, courtesy of MacBook Air. FREE MACBOOK AIR WEB PAGE: *******pvaworld.info/?page_id=122
1 Mar 2011
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GET FREE APPLE MACBOOK AIR HERE: www.pvaworld.info/?page_id=122 A truly mobile device needs to be light, thin, and strong enough to take with you wherever you go. It also needs to perform quickly, spring to life instantly, and have enough battery power to keep up with you. It should have no spinning hard drive, no optical drive, and no unnecessary parts. All of that is true of iPad. And now, it’s true of Apple’s most mobile notebook ever: MacBook Air. MacBook Air continues its legacy of firsts with something entirely new for any Mac: flash storage. Standard. In fact, the new MacBook Air is designed completely around flash storage. But in a totally different way. Typically, flash storage is housed in a package that’s the same size as a conventional hard drive. Yet the flash chips themselves occupy a very small portion of that housing. Getting rid of the hard drive enclosure and using only the parts that matter — the actual flash chips — frees up about 90 percent more space. And just like that, there’s room for other important things, like a bigger battery. Now you have a notebook that weighs practically nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That’s mobility mastered. No one knows Multi-Touch technology better than Apple. Introduced with the very first iPhone and taken even further with iPad, Multi-Touch is now part of practically every Apple device. It’s simply the best and most personal way to interact with your software. And the optimal way to experience Multi-Touch on a notebook is through a trackpad. That’s precisely the case with MacBook Air. Now you can perform more gestures than you have fingers on a spacious, all-glass surface that’s smooth to the touch. FREE MACBOOK AIR WEB PAGE: www.pvaworld.info/?page_id=122
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GET FREE APPLE MACBOOK AIR HERE: www.pvaworld.info/?page_id=122 A truly mobile device needs to be light, thin, and strong enough to take with you wherever you go. It also needs to perform quickly, spring to life instantly, and have enough battery power to keep up with you. It should have no spinning hard drive, no optical drive, and no unnecessary parts. All of that is true of iPad. And now, it’s true of Apple’s most mobile notebook ever: MacBook Air. MacBook Air continues its legacy of firsts with something entirely new for any Mac: flash storage. Standard. In fact, the new MacBook Air is designed completely around flash storage. But in a totally different way. Typically, flash storage is housed in a package that’s the same size as a conventional hard drive. Yet the flash chips themselves occupy a very small portion of that housing. Getting rid of the hard drive enclosure and using only the parts that matter — the actual flash chips — frees up about 90 percent more space. And just like that, there’s room for other important things, like a bigger battery. Now you have a notebook that weighs practically nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That’s mobility mastered. No one knows Multi-Touch technology better than Apple. Introduced with the very first iPhone and taken even further with iPad, Multi-Touch is now part of practically every Apple device. It’s simply the best and most personal way to interact with your software. And the optimal way to experience Multi-Touch on a notebook is through a trackpad. That’s precisely the case with MacBook Air. Now you can perform more gestures than you have fingers on a spacious, all-glass surface that’s smooth to the touch. FREE MACBOOK AIR WEB PAGE: www.pvaworld.info/?page_id=122
2 Mar 2011
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Noah K joined by fellow buffalo Jon Rettinger tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! HP's CEO is reportedly talking to other companies about licensing WebOS, a once exclusive platform. There are also some big Apple news including the super secret shipment of New MacBook Airs as well as the next generation 4G loaded iPad. All this and more in this episode of Rumor Round Up.
2 Jul 2011
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Click here: *******giveaways.pvaworld.info/free-offers/macbook-air/ Did You see our Facebook page: *******www.facebook****/pvaworld MacBook Air Review: A truly mobile device needs to be light, thin, and strong enough to take with you wherever you go. It also needs to perform quickly, spring to life instantly, and have enough battery power to keep up with you. It should have no spinning hard drive, no optical drive, and no unnecessary parts. All of that is true of iPad. And now, it's true of Apple's most mobile notebook ever: MacBook Air.MacBook Air continues its legacy of firsts with something entirely new for any Mac: flash storage. Standard. In fact, the new MacBook Air is designed completely around flash storage. But in a totally different way. Typically, flash storage is housed in a package that's the same size as a conventional hard drive. Yet the flash chips themselves occupy a very small portion of that housing. Getting rid of the hard drive enclosure and using only the parts that matter — the actual flash chips — frees up about 90 percent more space. And just like that, there's room for other important things, like a bigger battery. Now you have a notebook that weighs practically nothing and runs for hours on a single charge. That's mobility mastered.No one knows Multi-Touch technology better than Apple. Introduced with the very first iPhone and taken even further with iPad, Multi-Touch is now part of practically every Apple device. It's simply the best and most personal way to interact with your software. And the optimal way to experience Multi-Touch on a notebook is through a trackpad. That's precisely the case with MacBook Air. Now you can perform more gestures than you have fingers on a spacious, all-glass surface that's smooth to the touch.If you looked inside MacBook Air, you'd see something remarkable: how much space we devoted to the battery. Apple engineers were able to fit all the computer components on one of our smallest logic boards ever. Removing the flash storage enclosure and placing the flash chips on the logic board freed up even more room. And voila: space for a bigger battery. So you can get up to 5 hours of battery life on the 11-inch MacBook Air and up to 7 hours on the 13-inch model. And when you put MacBook Air to sleep for more than an hour, it enters what's called standby mode. So you can come back to MacBook Air a day, a week — even up to an entire month later — and it wakes in an instant.1 Time is on your side, courtesy of MacBook Air.
29 Aug 2011
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Ashley tackles the most burning questions in the world of tech including what is going on with the new MacBook Pros, will the new Moto X smartphone be a "Google Edition" phone, and what her thoughts are on the MoDaCo Switch mod for Android!
23 Jul 2013
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Why should you buy a MacBook Air? Why the hell not? The song is "New Soul" by Yael Naim. Ironically, this was edited using my MacBook. Which I love.
4 Feb 2008
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