And it's called the MacBook. One many argue that by naming it just 'MacBook', Apple is ressurecting the iconic MacBook line that was killed off 7 years ago, in 2008 - but that's more than justfied. This Mac IS the future of the portable computer. Ultra-thin, extremely lightweight and still very, very powerful. A lot of dedication and engineering expertise has gone into the making of this beauty. In fact, Apple has reworked the Touchpad and Keyboard from the groundup, in order to put it together into a chassis this thin - 24% thinner than the MacBook Air!
The biggest bummer, however, is that there is only ONE port on the entire device. One port to handle external displays, charging AND data transfer. Maybe, just maybe, this is what the future would look like - but until the entire world is connected with Google Fiber and infinite storage in the cloud, having one port on a laptop wouldn't work.
The Keyboard, on the other hand, is surprisingly shallow yet very very easy to get used to, thanks to what Apple's calling a "Butterfly" mechanism. Each key is perfectly built so that it bends inwards from the middle and not from the sides. Each key is also backlit using a single LED, and the result looks stunning:
This is it, folks. Apple's showing us how they choose Form over Function, every single time!