Now that Mac's software is more iOS-like, it only makes sense that the hardware should be as well, right? As expected, Apple announced the new MacBook Air today, a minute slice of unibody aluminum with some impressive internals. It'll be available in two sizes: There's the original 13.3-inch size and a new 11.6-incher. Both will have Intel Core 2 Duo processors and Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics chips--not top of the line, but fast enough, considering the size. And, unlike the last Air, there isn't even an option for a hard drive this time: It's flash-only in Air-land. The larger Air will offer a 128GB or 256GB of storage, while the smaller model has 64GB or 128GB. Both have either 2GB or 4GB of memory. They've also both got an SD slot and an additional USB port (bringing the total up to...well, two), plus a FaceTime camera.