Just one day after Apple rolled out its new Macbook Air ultrathin computer, DIY-advocate iFixit has already disassembled the computer, giving a rare look inside the new notebook.
The computer comes with a host of new features, including Intel's Sandy Bridge processor, Thunderbolt connection technology and fast solid-state hard-disks.
From the analysis, it appears that the memory is not user replicable. The SSD is however, meaning users would be able to add more space as they see fit. The analysts were impressed with the speakers however.
We've been impressed with the audio quality in Apple's mobile devices lately. High sound quality from such small speaker cones can be attributed to carefully tuning the speaker enclosure to maximize sound output, hence their odd L-shape.
Overall iFixit rates the unit as easy to fix.