Apple Announces 13-inch MacBook
8:36 AM | Andy Largent | 37 comments
Apple has today unveiled the second half of their portable line of Intel-based computers, the 13" MacBook. Sporting either white or black casings, the MacBook features a 13" screen with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels and either a 1.83 or 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo processor.
The MacBook seems to be a replacement for both the previous iBook line of computers as well as the 12" PowerBooks. Prices for a MacBook start at $1,100 for the base model and go up to $1,500 for a black case with 2.0GHz CPUs and SuperDrive.
Many of the same features of the higher-end MacBook Pro are included on the MacBook like the iSight camera, wireless connectivity, and the ability to span a secondary display. Unfortunately for gamers, it appears to share the graphics chipset with its Mac Mini brethren, a Intel GMA 950 chipset with a shared 64MB of RAM.
For much more information, head over to the Apple site now.
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