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|22nd January 2008, 23:34||#21|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Calif. Bay Area, USA
Regardless of what anyone says, I will ALWAYS want to have an ethernet port in my notebook, even if that means carrying something a little bit thicker. Unless I am lounging on the couch ready to pass out, my notebook always is connected to the Internet via cat5e cable.
I still believe the MacBook Air was designed specifically for the Apple fanboys, and no one else...
I am curious to hear what reviewers say after they've had real time to play with the MBA.
|23rd January 2008, 08:06||#22|
Join Date: Sep 2005
Ethernet port : the USB dongle works quite good if you absolutely need ethernet. I for one have not used it for years on my Powerbook. But I agree they should include the dongle for free.
To say that MBA is designed for Apple fanboys only : I think you're wrong on that one, but only the future will provide the answers there. And no, I'm not an Apple fanboy, I critisize them all the time on the dedicated forums, and I won't buy a MBA just because Apple thinks it's great, but I still use other Apple products, and rather like most of there stuff.
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