Apple is cashing in on the popularity of its iPhone and iPad to boost demand for its oldest product, the Macintosh.
The company launched a revamped MacBook Air at an event dubbed “Back to the Mac” at its Cupertino headquarters.
The computer is seen as a marriage of what Apple has learned from desktop computing and mobile devices. Like the iPad, the Air will have no hard drive and rely on flash memory.
“It’s like nothing we’ve ever created before,” said Apple boss Steve Jobs.
“We see these as the next generation of MacBooks. We think all notebooks are going to be like this one day. We’ve been inspired by some of the work we have done on iOS and want to bring them back to the Mac,” said Mr Jobs.
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