"Small full-feature portable desktop - aggressive price"4.5 starson by qprize
Pros: NOT a netbook!
MORE than enough power and features for 90% of all users
Great trackpad, keyboard, display
Cons: 11" screen is tough on older eyes (but 13" doesn't cost a lot more)
Summary: This ain't anybody's "netbook." This is a full-featured computer, capable of running everything you're already running on your desktop computer. It's more powerful than anything you had on your desk just 3 years ago. It's got a fast processor - more than fast enough for just about anything. It's got decent storage (the 128GB), and RAM. It costs more than a crapboo- uh, netbook computer because it's a LOT MORE computer.
The carping about no SD slot is foolish. First, who really uses it? (That's rhetorical, so both of you who do use it please save your comments). Second, if portability is important enough that you'd consider a MAcBook Air, you've probably spent 40 bucks on an Eye-Fi card. The lack of multiple video connectors is also a red herring. You can spend 15 bucks for an adapter, but why would you want HDMI? This computer doesn't have an optical drive, so if you want to view movies you wouldn't buy it anyway.
The Air gives you exactly what you NEED to get your work done, but doesn't bother with the bells and whistles we rarely use. It does it in a phenomenally small package and at a GREAT VALUE.