MBA is smaller than the Sony that was my benchmark--yet has a bigger screen. Also faster and WAY cheaper.<br><br>I'm sold!<br><br>Plus it runs OS X.<br><br>So... it's not one of the known Penryns (which were 2.0+), but nor is it the old Merom: it's much smaller. Are these some new Penryn-era chips or are the from the outgoing generation?<br><br>1.8 + SSD coming up....<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>http://TeamMacOSX.com | http://MacClan.net
Loc: Near an iPad
The old AppleTV did HD as well. <br><br>I'm just wondering if the new software update is going to come out for Leopard's Front Row software. I have no use for an appleTV because my iMac is in my living room. <br><br>I may be sitting a bit closer to the screen to see the good ol HD titles though! 4.99 f0r a HD movie rental is fine with me. 2.99 for older movies is good with me too. Can't wait to see which movies are available from my netflix cue. I will be dumpin netflix for sure now. I hate having to keep a subscription going when there is really nothing I want to watch. <br><br>zweisoft<br>
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