« Gone in 2 minutes: Mac gets hacked first in contest | Main | BlackBerry service outages keeping your weekend interesting? - Engadget »

March 28, 2008

Comments

Norcross

Besides looking cool? Not much. I just don't understand the "I can run Windows on a Mac!" arguement as being a good thing. Layering one OS on top of another just seems like a resource waster.

Not to mention the unresolved issue of solid state drives that fail. All SSD devices (USB stick, SD card, etc) have a finite read/write cycle, so what to do when the drive fails? Pay Apple to replace?

Kevin O'Keefe

I've had a MacBook Air for just shy of a month and I love it. And I'm no the only lawyer - Ernie Svenson (Ernietheattorney.com) has raved about is well.

I commute by ferry and find it fairly amusing to see the Dell's half the size of a desk type unit pulled out and placed on folks' laps. I pull out something the size and depth of a legal pad - and weighing only slightly more.

I know there are lawyers tethered to windows applications. I'm not and for me the Mac Air has been a great fit.

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo
Lawyer,Poet, author, educator. Practices real property, corporation, wills, trusts and estates law in Pinellas County, Florida. Writes the FutureLawyer column. Gives seminars on technology and the law. Author of "Life is Simple, Really", Poems about Life, Loving, Family and Fun, and "Poems For Lovers".

Subscribe To FutureLawyer Feed

Case Manager 3

Click, Click, Document's Done

LawComix

Blog powered by Typepad

Subscribe Free

About the Site

  • Copyright 1995-2020, Richard M. Georges, All rights reserved.