Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Jan 2008 21:30 UTC
Apple AnandTech dove into the mystery behind the small processor in the MacBook Air. "Earlier this week Apple announced its MacBook Air, and within hours we had the mystery of its '60% smaller' CPU uncovered. Or at least we thought. It turns out there's even more depth to the CPU in the MacBook Air, it's even less conventional than we originally thought. Here's what happened over the past couple of days."
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by hraq on Sat 19th Jan 2008 00:03 UTC
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What Apple did is take the market by surprise.
They did an exotic laptop with alot of cool features that not anyone could do yet.
The CPU mestery or no mestery is not important, because Apple Engineers passed the laptop, ie, certified it for production, while other hundreds of other designs failed and didn't have Apple Approval.
I trust Apple engineering team when they pass a thing, and the thermal envelope of it must have been tested and certified too, because Apple engineers are not a bunch of amatures given the CPU to insert it in a socket.
So, relax and enjoy another mind blowing product of Apple!

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