Whenever I look at a MacBook Pro or Air, I'm annoyed at how much bezel I see. Empty, black or silver space doing nothing except for increasing the machine's footprint and width. I appreciate arguments saying that the extra space is vital for cramming all the components into the admittedly compact form-factor, but it feels like MacBooks could be more efficiently designed as future becomes present. Particularly the 13" machines. An inch could be lost from the width with no compromise to the ergonomic experience, which is essential for a productivity machine. I see devices of optimum portability and productivity shrinking to around the footprint of an A4 sheet of paper. They'd easily slide into most bags and cases, and would also have the space for a full QWERTY keyboard and trackpad, as well as a good 13 inch display.