With the announcement of the next Macbook, there has been a lot of buzz. Some positive, some negative... In fact, most of what I've seen is negative. To review, the next Macbook finally gained Retina... and erm, that's about it. Oh and a redesigned trackpad, better keys, thinner, fanless... but you know. And then... it lost battery life (to be fair, it's still pretty good for Retina... though, I'm going to say that if they want us to only have one port then they should have somehow increased battery life. Perhaps 'thinning' the device wasn't the best choice), lost most of its ports in favor a single USB-C for everything (including charging), lost CPU power, lost webcam pixels.. Okay. Well, I'm going to go back and correct some things. I suppose I've been comparing this new Macbook to the 13". But some of you have rightly pointed out that it's probably more comparable to the 11" which didn't have as many ports, etc. And also, the next Macbook is pushing towards more wireless. Less hardware peripherals and more wireless connections (bluetooth, Wi-Fi)... But I can't help but feel they lost their direction on this one. It's pushing towards wireless, so I guess, cloud, and yet I haven't heard about bundled-in cloud storage you get for buying this device. And despite having a Retina display, why is it more expensive then a current Macbook? I suppose having 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD makes up for that, but still... Is it really worth that much money? Oh, and I have to say there's probably something wrong when they have to sell an adapter to make up for the lack of ports... And where does this fit in? It's arguably not as good as the current Macbook Air, but costs more as I said. I sure hope they don't want to phase out the Air for this thing. Idk... What are your thoughts?