So why all the hype? For starters, the MacBook Air has managed to cram a powerful 1.6GHz (or optional 1.8GHz) Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 80GB drive (or optional 64GB solid-state drive) and Intel GMA X3100 graphics processor into a very slim line casing measuring just 0, 16 to 0.76 inches, while at the same time, still offers the convenience of a full-sized backlit keyboard and large 13.3-inch screen.
Some things you'll soon see about the slim design is the absence of an optical disk drive and reduction of video and audio in and out of it. As standard the MacBook Air only comes with a DVI output (which can also support VGA with included adapter), one USB port and audio out. This may seem like a drastic measure to save space, but Apple has done their best to compensate for this by combining remote disk technology (keep reading for more information about MacBook Air remote disc technology works).
A 13.3 inch widescreen with LED back lit and offers 1280-by-800 that delivers live images and rich colors. Mercury and arsenic-free display is also more power efficient, resulting in longer battery life.
Apple MacBook Air includes a large innovative trackpad complete with multi-touch technology. You can pinch, swipe, rotate to enlarge text, advance through a photo album, or adjust an image like the previous models of the MacBook.
MacBook Air comes with a built-in iSight camera built-in mono speaker, mag safe power adapter and lithium-polymer battery with 5 hours of wireless productivity. MacBook Air also ships with all the familiar Macintosh applications including Safari, iChat, iCal, Time Machine, iLife and Boot Camp that lets you start your Mac in the entire Windows.The which is housed in a sturdy anodized aluminum case, weighs only 3.0 pounds and as you can see in the video ad, it's small enough to fit inside a manila envelope.