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13-inch MacBook/1.83GHz

At a Glance

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  • Apple MacBook Notebook
    4.5/5

    Replacing both the 12-inch PowerBook G4 and the entire iBook G4 line, Apple's MacBooks deliver many of the same features as the higher-end MacBook Pro line -- including an Intel Core Duo processor and a...

At a Glance

Replacing both the 12-inch PowerBook G4 and the entire iBook G4 line, Apple's MacBooks deliver many of the same features as the higher-end MacBook Pro line -- including an Intel Core Duo processor and a built-in iSight camera -- in a 13-inch case with a glossy widescreen display. Like the Intel-based Mac mini, the MacBook line features an integrated Intel graphics processor that shares its memory with main RAM. The 1.83GHz model features a Combo drive and a 60GB hard drive -- it's only available in the white case.

Price when rated: $1,099
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Pros

  • Affordable
  • Built-in iSight camera
  • Fast Core Duo processor yields great performance
  • Attractive case design

Cons

  • Rough case edge
  • Poor 3-D game performance
  • Weak speakers
  • No video cables included
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