Apple introduces Time Capsule, MacBook Air


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RSSNewsRobot

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs today unveiled a range of new products during his morning address at Macworld Conference and Expo 2008 in San Francisco. Of interest to photographers is Time Capsule, a combination of Airport Extreme wireless router and either a 500GB or 1GB hard drive, and MacBook Air, an ultrathin 3 pound laptop featuring a 13.3-inch LED-backlit display and a 64GB flash memory "hard drive" as an option.

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theRBK

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but only 1 single HD is dangerous.
agreed... with Apple's ability at integrating parts into a whole, seems surprizing that they did not just make it a RAID1 or RAID5 storage system... maybe there will be such an option in the future...
 

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I wonder whats the life span of OLED display
some reports indicate it should be 3 yrs or so.
Make sure you get the Apple extended warranty :D
 

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I wonder whats the life span of OLED display
some reports indicate it should be 3 yrs or so.
Tat's e typical lifespan of a notebook niwae. If u'r using a notebook for more than 3 yrs i'l b surprise as it's probably b a living dinosaur.
 

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Is there any similar product in the market? Is the tech patented by apple? I won't be surprised if similar products will flood the market in the very near future.

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