Originally Posted by Mr. Me
Are you kidding? That small picture is a link to Apple's MacBook Air webpage. In case you are serious, that image is not the upcoming MacBook Air, but rather it is an image of the current
The message seems strange though. In the current list of features on the Macbook Air pages, they don't highlight 'more storage' nor 'faster graphics' because the current models have neither.
The first MBA had the X3100 GPU, then 9400M, then it was the 320M, then it was the HD 3000 but the HD 3000 isn't faster than the 320M.
The MBA storage starts at 64GB as it always has in the SSD models.
This message only makes sense applied to the next-gen models as they will have HD 4000 graphics so double the GPU performance and double the storage due to the dropping in price of SSDs - entry model I expect will be 128GB. Besides that, no change.
New models shouldn't arrive until June though, unless some ULV chips get out early:http://vr-zone.com/articles/exclusiv...led/15075.html
USB 3, double SSD sizes and double graphics performance would be a welcome improvement to the Air lineup.