Lots of excitement over Steve Jobs' keynote at Macworld 2008 today. One development that's been leaked is an ultra-thin laptop. Wired reports that it "has an extremely thin profile and is shaped like a teardrop when closed — thicker at the top behind the screen, tapering at the bottom behind the keyboard." Another rumor is that Jobs will unveil the MacBook Air, a laptop with no cables for peripherals or charging.
Find out, f'real, during Jobs' speech this afternoon at Apple.com.
Above: Wired's photoshopped guess at what the ultra-thin laptop might look like.