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13-inch MacBook/2GHz (May 2007)

At a Glance

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  • Apple MacBook Notebook

    The May 2007 update to the MacBook line introduced the most substantial changes to the low-end model. Beside the faster processor (2GHz, instead of 1.83GHz), this model now has the same amount of shared...

At a Glance

The May 2007 update to the MacBook line introduced the most substantial changes to the low-end model. Beside the faster processor (2GHz, instead of 1.83GHz), this model now has the same amount of shared L2 cache (4MB) as the other MacBook configurations. It also now ships with 1GB of memory, up from 512GB, and sports a bigger hard drive than its predecessor. Other configurations remain unchanged, though this round of updates features built-in 802.11n wireless networking support out of the box.

Price when rated: $1,099

Pros

  • 802.11n wireless enabled
  • Integrated iSight camera
  • Sturdy but elegant design
  • Built-in AirPort Extreme and Bluetooth
  • Larger hard drive
  • Great glossy screen
  • Good battery life
  • Larger L2 cache, 1GB RAM, and slightly faster CPU result in performance boost

Cons

  • No expansion card slot
  • Mediocre graphics performance limits appeal for gaming
  • No SuperDrive
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