Review of the Macbook
The new MacBook will come with a 2.1 GHz or 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. It comes in either white or black with a distinct difference between the two colors. The black model has a larger hard drive capacity and a higher price.
This machine is a fine looking machine and a great value if you are looking for power and performance. The MacBook is lower in cost than the MacBook Pro and still offers most of the same performance. It has a full sized keyboard and a very sparse attractive look under the lid. There is a good sized touch pad and a built in camera that is right above the display.
The MacBook has a smaller screen than the MacBook Pro but the difference is minimal for the average user. The 13.3" screen is clear and very easy to watch for extended periods of time.
This is a great computer for the average user. Gamers might find that the upgrade to the MacBook pro is a worthwhile investment for their needs and those who need more graphics will also want to consider the Pro. Students and families will find that the MacBook is sufficient for all of their needs, as will business people on the road.
The matte finish on the outside of the machine is resistant to fingerprints and is just lovely to look at. Apple is the master at creating cool tools for the masses. The software that comes with the MacBook is one thing that Mac users refuse to give up and is the reason that many people swear by Apple products.
There are many consumer friendly touches to this machine that make it an ideal choice for the average computer user. The simple addition of magnetic power adapters so that your computer isn't accidentally knocked to the floor are an example of Apples commitment to developing systems that address all the concerns that users may have.
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