"...it is small, light, and thin, yet fully functional as a computer.
A second wireless-related challenge ... is their compatibility, or lack of, with wireless telephony Broadband ?cards?.
Here?s my suggestion for a suitable Enterprise ?dock? for the MacBook Air:
*Apple?s USB to Ethernet interface dongle, for connection to the enterprise LAN at reasonable speeds,
*Apple?s external DVD drive.
Spare VGA cables for presentations; every Mac needs an adapter to do VGA,
Spare USB-to-Ethernet adapters;
Spare USB dialup modems; they?re optional on the newest Mac laptops,
Great directions on hand to the nearest Apple store where they can replace a poorly-performing battery."
Steve, apparently you and I have radically different definitions of "fully functional as a computer". This looks like a way for Apple to drive peripheral sales when road warriors forget to gather up all their assorted dongles and peripherals. Thankfully our IT department DOES enforce our hardware standards and I won't have to worry about this woefully under-equipped piece of eye candy.
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