Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the MacBook Air at the "Back to the Mac" event on October 20, 2010
Steve Jobs: MacBook Air is the Future of Notebooks
At the October 20 "Back to the Mac" event, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the MacBook Air. The Apple press release: "Apple today unveiled the all-new MacBook Air, the first of the next generation of notebooks that will replace mechanical hard disks and optical drives with Internet services and solid-state flash storage. Available in 11-inch and 13-inch models and weighing as little as 2.3 pounds, the MacBook Air is Apple’s lightest, most mobile notebook ever. MacBook Air uses the same solid-state storage technology as iPad to deliver instant-on responsiveness, up to seven hours of battery life, and up to 30 days of standby time. Starting at $999, the MacBook Air is available now on the Apple Store and at your favorite Apple Retail Store." In the video below, CEO Jobs is in top form unveiling and presenting the all-new MacBook Air.
CNN Apple CEO Steve Jobs sees the new and improved MacBook Air as the future of notebook computers.
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