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13-inch MacBook/1.83GHz

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  • Apple 13-inch MacBook/1.83GHz

    As with the Intel-based iMac and MacBook Pro lines, the consumer MacBooks get a new processor in the form of the Intel Core 2 Duo chip, which promises better performance without any decrease in battery...

At a Glance

As with the Intel-based iMac and MacBook Pro lines, the consumer MacBooks get a new processor in the form of the Intel Core 2 Duo chip, which promises better performance without any decrease in battery life. Little else has changed about this laptop, including the integrated graphics that share memory with the system's RAM.

Price when rated: $1,099

Pros

  • Integrated iSight camera
  • Sturdy but elegant design
  • Built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth
  • Improved performance
  • Great glossy screen

Cons

  • No additional Level 2 cache, system memory, or hard drive capacity added since previous version
  • No expansion card slot
  • Mediocre graphics performance
  • No SuperDrive
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