Apple Ships New Macbooks, Lower Priced and Aluminium
Oct 15, 2008 12:46
Steve Jobs introduced a new line of MacBooks today, saying that the $1299 flagship of the lower-priced laptop line is the same as the MacBook Pro, but smaller (well, almost, Steve — except for those faster processors and graphics in the MacBook Pro
The upgraded 4.5-lb MacBook will have a 13.3-inch LED-backlit
display, faster NVIDIA graphics, a 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, a
160GB hard drive, aluminum enclosure, and a glass multitouch trackpad
like its larger bro. There's also a higher-end 13.3-inch MacBook
($1599), adding 4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, a backlit keyboard, a
2.4GHz Core 2 Duo, and an optional a 128GB solid-state drive.
At the lower end of the MacBook line, Jobs announced a price
reduction of the white plastic MacBook, now selling for $999 instead of
the former entry-level price of $1099.
This should mean alot to us consumers now that this machine is so much cheaper we can finally afford it! No word on when its coming over here just yet.
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