LAS VEGAS--I was in the Mix '08 press room Thursday chatting with Directions on Microsoft analyst Greg DeMichillie, and somehow the subject came around to the MacBook Air.
It turns out we've had the exact same reaction to Apple's waif-like laptop. Every time we see or touch the MacBook Air we decide it's the perfect laptop for us.
Then, with its seductive thinness more distant, we think about its specifications: its slower processor, small hard drive, and lack of connection ports.
"It's a left-brain, right-brain thing," DeMichillie said. It wouldn't have to be … Read more