lines to the front. Finally someone said forget badges, just show your barcode and you get in.
Lines to the back of me
The Airs on a big table. For Apple's info on Air, see http://www.apple.com/macbookair/
First of three videos showing people handling the Air.
Very light, very thin, but - like the old original Mac - it's a box with no expansion and no replaceable battery.
Looks like a nice, useable portable. According to gizmodo, you can't open the case: no adding RAM, no replacing the drive, can't access the battery.
The unit has very thin ports, no FireWire, no ethernet: http://gizmodo.com/345177/macbook-airs-fatal-flaw-battery-ram-hd-sealed-like-an-ipod
USB 2, WiFi, and BlueTooth
I'm not sure what I'm learning from seeing this, but no one, not even the staff, was allowed to touch the suspended Airs.
There is an optical drive available. There appears to be a drop-down door to allow access to the USB port; if the ports are standard size, all current devices will work.
A string of Airs
There are booth babes, then there are booth babes.
iPhones, iThink. Or maybe it's iPod Touches with the new games. Who cares?
Lots of booths showed professional lighting for still and video.
Marinersoft was at Macworld.
Still more Air
Of course, the Mac Pros were there.
And the Macbooks were there.
The Axiotron Modbook is a Macbook Tablet conversion.
Apparently, the stylus is required for use.