Photos: Cracking open the MacBook Air

How did Apple get an entire working computer into a space as thin as a magazine? TechRepublic looks inside.

Click to get inside the Air
Click to get inside the Air Mark Kaelin/CNET Networks

Ever since the MacBook Air was released, we've been wondering how Apple fit an entire working computer into a space as thin as a magazine. Mark Kaelin over at TechRepublic has cracked open the brand new notebook computer, and you can have a look inside without voiding anyone's warranty.

Check out the glory of ribbon cables in this News.com gallery: Photos: Cracking open the MacBook Air

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