The question above wasn't really rhetorical, so you can answer by placing a comment below, if you want. Anyway, before we get to that point, I think we should take a look at what we know. OK, so let's see what is this story all about now, shall we?
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While the picture that you can see above has been probably a little photoshopped, starting with a MacBook Air picture, the technical specifications are looking good. Anyway, that doesn't mean Apple is really coming with something new for the netbook market, as long as the specs below will be the ones of the MacBook Mini, if the product will ever come to life:
- 10.4" WXGA display.
- 1280 x 768 pixel with LED backlighting.
- NVIDIA MCP79
- Intel Atom Z740 1.83GHz with 1MB L2 cache.
- 2GB DDR3-800.
- NVIDIA GeForce 9400M
- 64GB Solid State Drive.
- Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n
- 1 x USB 2.0
- 1 x Mini Display Port
- Battery Li-Ion 5100mA
Oh, yeah, DDR3 memory is not something you get to see in most netbooks these days, but I am sure this is also going to be a good excuse for Apple to pump up the price a little.
Unfortunately - as you probably figured out already - there's no word about pricing and availability, but the most interesting part of the story is that the pictures are showing clearly a keyboard with cyrillic characters, so this is probably nothing more than a good 1st of April piece of news...