Apple just released the MacBook Air which they claim is the world’s thinnest notebook.
It is 0.76″ thick at the thickest part, tapering to 0.16″. It weighs 3 pounds and has a 13.3″ screen and full-size, backlit keyboard. Its Intel chip is the diameter of a dime and the thickness of a nickel. Its storage is either 80 GB disk or 64 GB solid-state drive. 2 GB of memory. It has no optical drive (an external one is available for $99) and features a way to wirelessly use the optical drive of any nearby Mac or PC with the proper software installed. The 1.6 GHz, 80GB HDD will be priced at (just our estimate) about 94,500 pesos while the 1.8 GHz, 64GB solid-state drive (SSD) will be priced at 163,000 pesos.