MacBook Air going even Lighter

AppleInsider discovered recently that Apple is going to release a new version of MacBook Air even lighter by replacing the bottom of the MacBook Air chassis with carbon fiber which is used in bike frames, high performance car bodies and aircraft parts. Sony and HP have already used this material to construct lighter and thinner laptops. Now the MacBook Air weights three pounds, but if Apple will replace the bottom part of the case then the MacBook Air would lose 100 grams making it only 2.78 pounds. But I am sure they will try to make it even lighter then 2.78 pounds.
“Although AppleInsider publishes the aforementioned information strictly as a rumor, it’s believed the shift to a carbon fiber bottom is far enough along in its development cycle that it could appear in a revision to the MacBook Air sometime next year.”