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Thin is in: Ars Technica reviews the MacBook Air

The Good
* Form factor is indisputably thin and light. Photos don't do it
justice
* Sturdy despite its looks
* Works great as a full-size portable Internet device

The Bad
* Migration Assistant is incredibly annoying to use without FireWire
* Most of your USB devices won't fit into the tiny port door-stock
up on your extension cables
* Performance isn't exactly the Air's strong point compared to other
Macs

The Ugly
* 4200rpm drive causes major machine slowdowns when there's lots of
disk activity
* Battery life is disappointing-only half of advertised life on
lowest screen brightness

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