New MacBook Air Without Hard Drives [Videos]

Apple has released the new Macbook Air – now much smaller, lighter, thinner and cheaper starting at $999 only – and without a hard drive!

The next generation of Macbooks is here, and Macbook Air is leading the way. They replaced mechanical hard disks and optical drives with Internet services and solid-state flash storage. Available in 11-inch and 13-inch models and weighing as little as 2.3 pounds, the MacBook Air is Apple’s lightest, most mobile notebook ever. Powered with up to seven hours of battery life, and up to 30 days of standby time, the new Macbook Air now starts at $999, and buy it now on the Apple Stores.

Watch the new Macbook Air video and enjoy.

Macbook Air was released at the “Back to the Mac” Event by Steve Jobs. Catch the video below to see all the new announcements for iLife 2011, Mac OSX Lion and the new Macbook Air (starts at 6:30 min in the video).

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