Apple has been really pulling its socks up lately, and all that hard work seems to have culminated in the launch of the MacBook Air, presented this week at MacWorld 2008. It's rather nice to look at, and as well as it being a slim as a supermodel's sandwich, It's being hailed as their 'greenest' project yet.
So what makes the MacBook Air green? First, it consumes the least amount of power of any Mac. And being the thinnest laptop in the world, it's said it can 'fit in an envelope', reducing the need for much packaging (which, incidentally, Apple has also looked into, ensuring that the new laptops are delivered in recyclable low-volume boxes). Additionally, . the laptop's own case is made from recyclable aluminium, it boasts the world's first mercury-free display and contains no arsenic (yes, many PC are full of poison). The MacBook Air will be available soon with a price tag of $1,799.