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Is there anyone who have heard news about a coming upgrade of Macbook Air?
Can be expected an upgrade before summer 2010?

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There was talk of one a few weeks ago. If you search around it was posted here.
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I have read posts in several Mac Forums all over the net in the past few weeks.
And most people think it wont come.
One reason is because it doesnt go as well as the other apple products.
ANother reason is that they just released the iPad and another two MacBooks that are perfectly enough for the market.
And, I think it wont come since they would release it with an upgrade, but really, the MB Air doesnt need a RAM upgrade or anything, it is powerful enough for what it was built for. And it cant handle more RAM either with that weak fan...also, whoever needs more RAM could also just grab a MB Pro, which comes with a superdrive.

I see the MB Air as some kind of mix between Netbook and Laptop, not too weak but not strong either.
The only upgraded MB Air i could think of would be similar as the MacBook, with more GHz....but why do such a thing anyway, the Air is perfect as it is.
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