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The Airs (both current and previous generation) don't have glass over the displays, so they are less reflective than the screens of the iMac, MacBook Pro, and Cinema Displays.
Nope. Like all previous Mac OS X releases, Lion contains no activation nor DRM. You need an AppleID to purchase Lion from the App Store. That's all.
Plus, you could always use a wifi remote (i.e., iPod, iPhone, or iPad).
You can get external optical drives.
Thank you for saying this. This is what people need to hear. From my experience, the 13" Air runs great with 4GB of RAM. I have no experience with the 11" and its 2GB except at the Apple store, where it too seems just fine.
Probably, considering they've had Lion for over a year.
I read the Thunderbolt specification. It doesn't support matte displays.
So just plug in a DVD drive.
Doing what?
Why do think it's not a good home-theater computer?
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