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MacWorld: I need some Air


If you have $1,800 to burn, you can push the envelope – around the new MacBook Air, that is. It’s an ultra-thin, mostly wireless powerhouse with an optional flash-drive upgrade.

Now, I’m not at MacWorld, and I’m still absorbing how cool this is, so you can read more about it here or on just about every other link at Digg.

Now excuse me while I try to convince my boss that our office needs Air.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds an envelope containing the new MacBook Air during his keynote at the MacWorld Conference in San Francisco, Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2008. The super-slim new laptop is less than an inch thick and turns on the moment it’s opened. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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One of Nerdvana's founding bloggers, Scott Kirchhofer is a graphic artist and designer of the Nerdvana logo, as well as a gamer and comic book movie fan.

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