creativepro.com had the best, most balanced, and exhaustive review so far.
ars technica's review was fine as far as it went; it just didn't go very far. Very disappointing considering ars' usual excellence.
Yeah, just trying to imply that smaller screen means smaller, more portable notebook. Laptops seem to be limited by screen size nowadays. Even if iBooks are less than an inch smaller, if Apple can make them thinner and lighter than the competition, they'll have differentiated their product.You do that so well!
A touchscreen subnotebook/tablet/superPDA/superPod would be killer. Wireless USB, WiFi, Bluetooth, no modem, no optical drive, suuuuuuuuuuper thin, no keyboard. It could even act as a Mac mini / Mac DVR remote. OK, it's a fantasy.
Maybe TWO models shown at MWSF: the mini/DVR/homeTheater thingy and the iBooks. PowerBooks announced but not shipping yet.
Well, I rarely use headphones with my Mac. And I don't listen to music on it late at night, so I don't turn the volume down.
I wish I could just turn that damn sound off PERMANENTLY without resorting to hacks. Oh, and that damn blinking notebook sleep light. Geez, that's annoying at night. Great idea, but again, let me turn the damn thing off already--or at least make it less bright when it's dark out.
I can only hope the MacinTels will solve these...
Not if your wife is sleeping in the next room and you need to reboot your machine after installing a system update that you downloaded late at night.
Yeah, you could turn your volume down or unplug the speakers, but who remembers? Not me, unfortunately.
Negative spouse points.