Dell has just dropped the price on its stylish Adamo lightweight laptop computers from $1099 to as little as $899. In my opinion, it’s too little too late, when for a little bit more, you could get the newer MacBook Air.
While it’s probably true that the 11-inch MacBook Air makes for a better all-around laptop than the iPad, if you want to get things done at least, it’s safe to say that buying a folio and keyboard combination will be a lot cheaper.
Every iPhone I have ever owned going back to the original has been protected with the invisibleSHIELD line of protective coatings from ZAGG. The stuff is very tough and transparent and you can hardly see that it is on the device when installed.
Just a day after Apple’s reveal of their new MacBook Air, the guys over at iFixit have already done their teardown of the 11.6-inch version, splaying the guts of the 21st-century aluminum marvel for all to see.
This computer-in-a-keyboard casemod owes at least a nod to from the Asus EeeKeyboard (or at least the Commodore 64). Bart Reardon’s MacBook Air Project is working to combine the brains of a MacBook Air with the aluminum body Apple keyboard and a Magic Trackpad.
Of course, that’s because this cheap Chinese knock-off isn’t a MacBook at all. It’s a Windows PC in sheep’s clothing.
Doing its best impression of the MacBook Air, this clone is designed to run Windows, not MacOS (check out the Windows key on the keyboard!)