Now that is just stupid. There's a fine line between good portability and ridiculous portability. C'mon, who the **** needs a laptop that thin? There's no reason. You pay $3000 for a crappy processor, non-upgradeable RAM, a crappy pointing stick and a puny 20GB hard drive. Not to mention no ****ing drives at all. And the battery life is only 4 hours, unlike PowerBooks.
And what do you get for $3000? A crappy computer (don't tell me it's not crappy because it is) in a thin computer. Sure, thin is nice, but Sony really overdid it. You won't notice much difference at all between the PowerBooks and Sony's... What do I call it... Borg-like thing. There's like a **** inch difference. It's not going to matter. I'd personally rather have a PowerBook G4 12" for much less with a SuperDrive, an 80GB hard drive, more ports, a better keyboard, a better pointing device, upgradeable RAM and more battery life, as well as like 2x the performance.
1 lousy inch really isn't worth all you lose. Sorry.
Reading that post made my laugh so hard that I began to see stars. Thanks for the laugh, because I needed it.
First of all, I would love a laptop that thin. Great for wardriving and things like that.
Next, my processor is crap compared to the one in the Sony. And chances are, if you do get this laptop, you are obviously not looking for power.
A puny 20 gig hard drive? Why do you need more?
It doesn't have any drives BECAUSE IT IS THIN. I'd like to see you build a WORKING laptop that thin with drives. Go for it, I'll laugh in your face as you fail miserably.
Where the **** are you going to use your laptop for more than 4 hours where you cannot charge it anyway? I only get 2 hours out of my PowerBook, don't be a fool.
It is not crappy. If Apple put a G3 in here and it ran OS X, it would be the best thing since sliced bread for you people. Seriously, screw off and admit that you just love Apple.
Now now little Apple lovers, we should probably be getting back on topic now.