Apple introduced a new thin notebook today. They call it the MacBook Air. They had to do some interesting things to make it so thin. It lacks an optical drive, but that’s no big deal in the subnotebook segment. A slightly bigger deal is the new Remote Disc software utility that allows a MacBook Air (or any Mac?) to borrow an optical drive from a willing Mac or PC donor.
An ethernet port would have been too large to fit, so it lacks one of those also. Apple figures most will use 802.11 wireless networking, but for the rest they sell a $29 USB-to-ethernet adapter. (The adapter’s system requirements suggest it works only with the MacBook Air. Do you suppose that’s actually true?)
I searched the web for information on micro-DVI but didn’t find much. Apple sells micro-DVI to DVI, micro-DVI to VGA, and micro-DVI to Video adapters. (The first two of those are included in the box with the MacBook Air.)
Mini-DVI was pretty much an Apple-only connector. Perhaps micro-DVI will gain wider industry support.