But like the Air, the new MacBook isn't about speed; it's about rethinking our expectations of PCs and putting the best Mac experience possible into the lightest, thinnest case Apple has ever made. Despite its good looks, I suspect adoption will be somewhat slow out of the gate, but make no mistake: The new MacBook is the future we all saw coming when the iPad landed. Some technologies have already made their way into Apple's other laptops, and after a few years we won't even remember ever being mad at the single port.
It might not have a touchscreen, but it's the closest thing to a Mac tablet we may see for a while.
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