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13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)

At a Glance

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  • Apple MacBook/2.26GHz

    The MacBook benefits nicely from its unibody face-lift: it's lighter and more attractive, and it performs better than the model that came before it. Think of it as a MacBook Pro minus the FireWire port...

At a Glance

The MacBook benefits nicely from its unibody face-lift: it's lighter and more attractive, and it performs better than the model that came before it. Think of it as a MacBook Pro minus the FireWire port and SD card slot, for $200 less.

Price when rated: $999
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Pros

  • Unibody design makes a lighter, more comfortable MacBook
  • Impressive battery life
  • Glass Multi-touch trackpad
  • Support for up to 8GB of 1066MHz RAM
  • Performs as well or better than 2.26GHz 13-inch MacBook Pro

Cons

  • No IR port
  • No SD card slot
  • No video adapters included
  • No FireWire port
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