Apple: Netbooks, Sales, Presidents

Apple Redesigned MacBook 2008 Electronista mentions a report by ChangeWave that says the iPhone and MacBook lineup put Apple in a better position to survive any drops in spending over the coming holidays, given the current economic client. ChangeWave makes the claim that 33% of studied notebook buyers in the US plan on buying an Apple notebook, with Dell taking a slight edge (37%). Interesting numbers, to say the least.

9 to 5 Mac mentions an interesting bit of information concerning the recent US presidential elections. With Barack Obama, we will have the first sitting US President that is a Mac user. They also mention that Michelle Obama bought a couple of 13.3″ MacBooks recently for their kids to use for video chatting with their dad when he travels. They also show Vice President-elect Joe Biden working with somebody using a 13.3″ MacBook Air. That’s some pretty high-profile PR for Apple.

Finally, liliputing mentions that some photos/videos floating around, that are labeled as some kind of “MacBook Nano” are really a modified 10.2″ MSI Wind U100 running OS X.

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