Apple Updates MacBook Line
6:00 AM | Eddie Park | 11 comments
Perhaps not wishing to steal the thunder from the current Leopard freight train, Apple has quietly updated their MacBook line of laptops. The bump this time around is minor, with the main shift being the move to the Santa Rosa platform. The new platform architecture includes an 800MHz FSB (up from 667) and an Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphic chip with 144MB of DDR2 SDRAM (up from a GMA 950 graphics processor with 64MB of DDR2 SDRAM).
Processors remain the Core2Duos, with a 2.2GHz processor replacing the older 2.16GHz one. The 2.0GHz is also still available. In addition, the laptops now feature support for up to 4GB of memory. For those looking for more storage space, a 250GB 5400rpm HD is now an option across the board and goes for $150.
The MacBook Pro received an even smaller update, and now offers a BTO option for a 2.6GHz Core2Duo processor for an additional $250.
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