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Apple MacBook White 2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo/1GB/80GB/Combo/AP/BT

by Apple
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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  • Apple Macbook
  • Intel Core 2 Duo (T7200) 2.0GHz Processor with 667MHz FSB and 4MB Shared L2 Cache
  • 1024 MB (2x512 MB) 667MHz PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
  • 80 GB (5400rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive
  • 24x Combo drive (DVD-ROM/CD-RW)
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Technical Details
Item Weight2.3 Kg
Product Dimensions22.7 x 32.5 x 2.7 cm
Item model numberMB061B/B
Screen Size13.3 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore 2 Duo
Processor Speed2 GHz
RAM Size1 GB
Computer Memory TypeSDRAM
Hard Drive Size80 GB
Operating SystemOS X
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 71,471 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 Kg
Date First Available17 May 2007
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Apple MacBook

Intel Core 2 Duo processor

Powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor at speeds up to 2.16GHz, the new MacBook is the fastest ever.
Apple MacBook Memory

1GB memory, larger hard drive

The new MacBook now comes standard with 1GB of memory and an even larger hard drive — perfect for running more of your favorite applications and storing growing media collections.
Apple MacBook Memory

Sleek, 2.75cm thin design

MacBook makes it easy to hit the road thanks to its tough polycarbonate case, built-in wireless technologies, and innovative MagSafe Power Adapter that releases automatically if someone accidentally trips on the cord.
Built-in iSight camera

Right out of the box, you can have a video chat with friends or family3, record a video at your desk, or take fun pictures with Photo Booth.


Product Description

Intel Core 2 Duo processor: Powered by the latest generation of Intel processors, this MacBook is even faster than the previous generation. Built-in iSight camera: Right out of the box, you can have a video chat with friends or family,3 record a video at your desk, or take fun pictures with Photo Booth. Sleek, 1.08-inch thin design: MacBook makes it easy to hit the road thanks to its tough polycarbonate case, built-in wireless technologies, and innovative MagSafe Power Adaptor that releases harmlessly if so

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107 of 107 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars IT REALLY DOES WORK BETTER... AND IT'S FUN 26 July 2007
I've always been a bit suspicious of the hype surrounding Apple products. I've used PCs for years (I'm typing on a Dell now) and find them OK, though maddening at times if you're not the kind of person who enjoys scouting the Internet for tips on how to make a consumer product work. Set against that, I like the look of Apple products; and when I did a thorough like-for-like pricing exercise, was intrigued to find that the MacBooks were not notably more expensive than comparable PC laptops (although you can buy perfectly serviceable PC laptops for a lot less). So I took the plunge and tried the Mac, a few months ago. What did I find? Well:

- the basic interface doesn't at first feel all that different from a PC. It's a little bit quicker to boot up, which is nice. The screen is good, but not spectacular. The keyboard takes a bit of getting used to, but is OK. The Microsoft Office:Mac 2004 suite I bought for 99 or so (see separate review) worked well, and Word and Excel files transferred from a PC to my Mac or vice-versa worked fine. My first impression was that this was less of a revolution than I'd expected;

- the size is right, if you travel. It's a bit heavier than some top-end PC laptops, but you can't get many smaller, lighter PCs with comparable specs for this price. The built-in camera is great for using Skype or other VOIP applications with a camera while you're on the road;

- when I'd been using the MacBook for a bit, though, I became increasingly conscious of two big differences. First, the Mac really does work better than most PCs I've had. Getting it working with wireless networks, for example, is much easier than a PC. New software nearly always works first time. I've never yet that ghastly moment of "what do I do now?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Worth Every Penny 26 Sep 2007
This was my first outing into the world of apple and i have to say this piece of kit has converted me. At first it was a little daunting, getting used to the way of OSX but now it comes second nature, and i find XP much less intuitive.

The macbook itself is great, unlike a PC all the hardware fits right into the operating system without having a separate programme with a different user interface to learn your way around. The design is great, i still go wow when i see it sitting on my desk. The keyboard is very nice to type on and the touch pad, although hating the things, is still much better than anything i've used on other laptops. Although it is pretty heavy, its a good size, with a very good screen and i love that there is no catch to open it, it is held closed by magnets.

The iLife software that comes with it has been updating since i purchased mine, so i can assume it is an improvement on already great pieces of software. Also the apple remote and front row software is really useful for watching movies, or when i hook my laptop up to my hifi and play music out of it. It is just like the user interface of an ipod, easy to learn and it works very well.

The only problem with the design is that the very small inlet for the fans is hidden in the hinge, so it can get noisy and hot when running intense programmes. Also it bends ever so slightly when you pick it up, and makes the cd drive groan very loudly at you if you are running anything off it.

I bought mine for uni mainly as there is no threat of viruses due to something in the UNIX code (according to the apple web-site). No idea what this means, but i feel better knowing my work is safer than on a pc.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Born again Mac user 8 Aug 2007
I have had a Macbook for a couple of weeks now and am very pleased with my choice.

I have had various PCs over the years and though I thought I was happy. Then I took the red pill and my eyes were opened. The Macbook is designed with the user in mind. Most of the software you need is already installed and all works together.

I was a little wary that there would be a bit of a learning curve to get used to the Mac operating system but it is very user friendly. As a lifelong PC user you need to make a slight mental shift to figure out how to achieve the same tasks (no right clicking for example). But after a few days or so you don't even think about it anymore.

It's fast too. Just turn it on and everything loads up in seconds.

On a superficial level it looks good and is very light to carry around. 5 stars from me.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 24 HR OLD MACBOOK - FIRST IMPRESSIONS 25 Jan 2008
Ok...here it is; a PC user since 1994 with a reasonable "tech" head, I have finally gone over to the "White" side and bought my first Mac.

Received it yesterday; packaging is good; very little in the box apart from the laptop, two CDs, power adaptor and the Apple remote.

Started the Macbook up; 45 seconds later and the "desktop" was ready! It asked if I wanted to set-up my email; yes please, and all I had to do was put my email address and password and...that's it! The Mail software did the rest.

I like the Apple remote; being able to control iTunes and the volume from afar (across the room).

Safari internet browser is quick, marginally more than Firefox and infinitely more than Microsoft Internet Explorer.

DVD playback quality is good...but the VAIO is still class leading.

13.3" screen is good but I will have to invest in a monitor as after an hour or so, looking at a 13.3" screen gets rather tiring. However, I have for the past 18 months been looking at a 15.4" screen so...make your own conclusions.

Now for the reason why I give it only 4 Stars. Once started, the Macbook started to make a "whirring" noise (top left, near power adaptor).

Apart from this, the Macbook and Leopard Software I am getting to like a lot. I have my Sony VAIO (Vista) running too, therefore I can make a good comparison.

Currently, I have 1 GB of RAM in my Macbook and an 80 GB HDD. This will have to upgrade if I am going to run a "virtual" Vista environment. Do not buy RAM from Apple...way, way too expensive!

So, to conclude, I have been on the "white" side for 24 hrs and I like what I see. The software seems more solid and it is very easy to get around the system.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Good but one problem
I love MacBooks And even if i have only had it three months i feel dirty when i go back to my windows computer. Basically if you are going to switch please do!

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Published on 31 Mar 2008 by B. evans
4.0 out of 5 stars Decent Laptop, more RAM/ HD please!
I've been a Mac user for just short of 17 years now and I've owned various iMacs since the year 2000 and finally I managed to buy myself a Macbook. Read more
Published on 17 Mar 2008 by A. I. Mackenzie
5.0 out of 5 stars I own one
And I expect some problems with OS's because computers are not built fault free.

Works like a treat runs reallllllly fast and I have so much stuff on it and use so much... Read more
Published on 11 Feb 2008 by Lou Eliza
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent machine
I have been using the MacBook's since they originally came out, first my company supplied one and then when I moved I bought my own. Read more
Published on 5 Feb 2008 by D. Robinson
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the BEST
Since I started shopping for a laptop last year, I went everywhere, looked at every laptop under the sun, reviews, lab tests and customer reviews and everything told me that if I... Read more
Published on 31 Dec 2007 by D. Johnson
5.0 out of 5 stars It's worth it!
When I started to look for a LapTop I didn't think I'll go for an Apple, but all the reviews have convinced me. I own this piece of kit for 2 months now and I am impressed! Read more
Published on 25 Dec 2007 by Sobainsky
5.0 out of 5 stars Haha, mac owns pc!
Macs are better than PC's, they have been for 6 years now, and will more than likely continue to be! Read more
Published on 18 Nov 2007 by james
5.0 out of 5 stars Macbook Heaven
Although the macbook and most particularly its accesories are a little more expensive than their windows based counterparts, you get what you pay for and what you get is... Read more
Published on 1 Sep 2007 by Mrs. Mary Tait
5.0 out of 5 stars One word: WOW!
After using PCs running Microsoft Windows OS for the last twelve years, I decided to make the switch to a Mac. Read more
Published on 7 July 2007 by @GeekZilla9000
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