During Apple's launch of the new MacBook Pro 2008 edition, they surprised many by announcing that the MacBook Air would also get a bit of a refresh with the inclusion of the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M GPU.
Not only that, the storage gets bumped up to a 120GB HDD and on the most expensive model, you can get the Air fitted out with a 128GB SSD.
Additionally, the microDVI port is out and has been replaced by a mini DisplayPort, as with all the new models that have so far been spoken about today during the event being held at the Apple HQ, which is not yet over.
The lower-end Air will set you back $1799 USD with 13.3" backlit LCD display, 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo with 6MB L2 cache, 2GB DDR3-1066 memory and a 120GB HDD.
The higher-end model will set you back $2499 USD and you get the same as just mentioned except a faster CPU running at 1.86GHz and a spiffier 128GB SSD.
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