The New MacBook 2008
Apple today unveiled an all new MacBook family that redefines notebook design, and at the same time dramatically lowers the entry price for
advanced notebook features including all-metal enclosures and pro-performance notebook graphics. [14-Oct-2008]
MacBook and 15-inch MacBook Pro both have a precision
unibody enclosure crafted from a single block of
aluminum, resulting in thinner, more durable and
incredibly beautiful designs. In addition, every member
of the new MacBook family includes state of the art
NVIDIA graphics, brilliant instant-on LED-backlit
displays and new large glass Multi-Touch™ trackpads that
offer almost 40 percent more tracking area and support
more Multi-Touch gestures. At 0.95-inches thin
and weighing 4.5 pounds, the new 13-inch full featured
aluminum MacBook is an incredibly compact and durable
notebook starting at just $1,299.
new 15-inch MacBook Pro at 0.95-inches thin and weighing
5.5 pounds offers performance and extensive expansion
features in a remarkably portable design. Starting at
$1,999, the MacBook Pro uses the latest Intel Core 2 Duo
processors available, running up to 2.8 GHz, and a new
graphics architecture that allows users to switch
between the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M integrated graphics
processor for better battery life and the powerful
NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT discrete graphics processor for
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