The Apple MacBook, for the man that could not afford a MacBook Pro. This was the case until recently, with the launch of the new MacBooks and MacBook Pros. There are now two separate versions of the MacBook, the white plastic MacBook, which is pretty much the same as the old MacBook and a new all aluminum and glass power-house MacBook.
As the release date of the Panasonic’s DMC GH1 draws ever close to April 24, we get more and more excited about it. After all, you must admit that the red color it comes in looks extremely sexy, but is the design worth the tradeoff of a $1,500 price point?
In January, Volkswagen development chief Ulrich Hackenburg explained to reporters at the Detroit Auto Show that the small car segment in the United States is likely to surge in the coming years, and that his company was intent on taking advantage of that growth. Already confirmed is the Mark VI Golf, which will make its way Stateside this September, but Hackenburg was hinting at bringing over an even smaller model – the all-new Polo, officially revealed today at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show.
Tuesday’s iPhone OS 3.0 announcement has left the interwebs even more iPhone-obsessed than usual. If you find digging through all this information overwhelming (or, if like me you were out of town when OS 3.0 was announced), check out this round-up of news, opinions and videos. The only thing missing is a beta copy of OS 3.0 and that’s already floating around various torrent sites.
The Vaio Z27 is to be blunt, more powerful than most small countries. Even considering its size its performance is easily comparable to the MacBook Pro rather than the Air. With performance in mind I cannot reasonably compare the MacBook Air and the Vaio Z27, quite honestly the Air is outclassed and outgunned.