imageThis is almost the same spec as Macbook but whole lot thinner and lighter that Apple had never achieve in the notebook line before.Briefly specification:

CPU Intel Core 2 Duo 1.6-1.8GHz (Merom, I guess)
2GB of DDR2 SDRAM onboard
13.3" Screen -- 1280 by 800 native resolution
80GB 4200rpm P-ATA [1.8" I guess] or 64GB SSD
802.11n + Bluetooth 2.1
Backlit Keyboard
5hr Battery Life
1 USB port/1 mini-DVI port
optional USB SuperDrive $99
optional USB Ethernet Port $29

Height: 0.16-0.76 inch (0.4-1.94 cm)image
Width: 12.8 inches (32.5 cm)
Depth: 8.94 inches (22.7 cm)
Weight: 3.0 pounds (1.36 kg)

Damn! it looks so good on the paper, but until now there is no word on price, maybe we have to wait for Steve Jobs' KeyNote ended first. However, I found that Mac dealing with non-CD notebook so good. They just use CD Drive on another Mac and share to Macbook Air. Although it's the basic thing we always do, most people just can't do this on their own. Nice job, Apple.

remote disc

From the spec (plus Apple logo on the lid), it won't cost less than 1.5 grand for sure; it's just too far to reach since Thinkpad X61s will cost you only $800 after promotion/coupon and it's lighter (but thicker) and faster than this baby.

Macbook Air @ Apple.com

updated: this baby will cost you $1,799 and $3,098.00 respectively by hard drive configuration--ooh, 2-3*Thinkpad X61s and about same price as Macbook Pro.. No more word :-x