Originally Posted by nvidia2008
IIRC after the "boinggg" sound (yes very technical here) you can hold down the eject key, or press and hold the trackpad/mouse button, and it will force-eject any discs in the drive.
hmpf, could have thought of that myself, since I use BootCamp...
About the CPUs:
The main focus of an ultraportable should be portability = small size, light weight, and long battery life. I think we all agree on that, don't we?
Now, given these limitations, does any of you guys really think that it would make a huge (or even a noticeable) performance difference whether you use a C2D or a Core iX? If power consumption and heat are the limits you have find a CPU that suits those limitations. I don't think it would make that much of a difference.
I personally hope that Apple chose the cheaper solution, since I (and I think it's the same for most people who are looking for an ultraportable) don't need a lot of CPU power and certainly don't want to pay extra for it.
That said, I still believe that that C2D + 320M gives you better overall performance than Core iX incl. Intel HD.