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Apple releases 13-inch MacBook

Written by Ben Reid @ 16 May 2006 17:07 User comments (7)

Apple releases 13-inch MacBook Apple Corp. today unveiled the newly designed MacBook which features the Intel Core Duo processor along with a 13-inch display, and is billed as a replacement to both the iBook and the 12-inch PowerBook.
The new MacBook, which is on sale now, starts at USD$1,099. There are three in total in the Macbook series, and the lineup includes: a 1.83 GHz and 2.0 GHz MacBook in a newly designed, sleek white casing and a 2.0 GHz MacBook in a new black enclosure.

"Apple began the transition to Intel Core Duo-based notebooks in February with the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and now just 90 days later we have completed the transition with the release of the all new MacBook," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product marketing. "The complete MacBook lineup leads the industry with Apple's trademark innovative design and advanced mobile features -- from top to bottom it is the best notebook line that we have ever offered."

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7 user comments

116.5.2006 18:37

Yay for Apple. You still suck!

217.5.2006 11:28

This laptop is amazing! It has everything I wanted in a computer. I was actually going to buy an iMac and didn't like desktop's but once I saw the MacBook I changed my mind.

317.5.2006 14:53
flyingv
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All it needs now is a friendly working OS!!!

418.5.2006 2:22

Pity its called the MacBook.. ridiculous name.. It exactly what McDonalds would call their laptop

518.5.2006 7:06
flyingv
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Richaayy Good point. Now McDonalds has a lawsuit against the Apple Company too!!!




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Please, don't become another "Brick!!!"
You have a brain, use it!!!

618.5.2006 11:17

Man ya'll some Apple Haters!




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718.5.2006 11:19

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Man ya'll some Apple Haters!
Yes.. Yes I am. I spent 2 years working on them when I was planning on getting into graphic design and I have never been the same since.
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