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Apple To Rent Movies, Shows Thin Notebook

Today at the annual Macworld Expo, Apple Inc's Chief Executive Steve Jobs introduced a Ultralight MacBook called MacBook Air. The MacBook Air is 0.76 inch thick at its widest point and comes with 1.6 or 1.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB of RAM, and an 80GB hard drive and just one USB port with prices to start at $1,799. He also announced that iTunes will allow users to download movies from all major studios for a charge of $3.99 for new releases and $2.99 for old titles. Once downloaded the movies can be watched on iPod/iPhone and your PC, the movies are valid for 30 days to start watching once downloaded and 24 hours after that to finish.

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This is a pretty big step, this and also the new xbox360 hookup with netflix. I could imagine being able to hookup your netflix with one of thes 2 services and be able to have bollywood right there at your fingertips! http://www.rentindianmovies.com

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