Late last year, I purchased a MacBook Air, the 2½-pound laptop computer from Apple. I love it. The machine quickly became my traveling companion; I take it on all trips, even on shorter trips of only a few hours. It is lightweight and thin, so it is easy to take most anywhere. That, plus a Sprint 4G/3G air card, provides wireless Internet connections most anyplace within range of a Sprint cell phone tower.
Today, Apple announced a new and improved MacBook Air.
Starting at $999 for the U.S. market and at £849 in the U.K., the new MacBook Air is an evolution, not a revolution. It is quite similar to the previous model, but with several nice additions: