Apple Mac book review: Laptop with a difference


The Apple Mac Book is a laptop with a difference and is not a notebook assembled from many minor parts but invented from one new. As we know, with Apple, performance, speed and style run in parallel. It is the most distinguished feature of the company that their velocity of processing and beauty of the product are given the top most priority, overall, a good-looking performer to rule the market. And the new Apple Mac book, a durable one, is no exception to these features. With state of the art technology combined to the sleekest look this latest from the laptop giant is just another feather to their colorful cap.

The new Apple Mac book comes with a 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, which is supported by Apple’s very own Mac OS, the Leopard version. Flaunting a 1066MHZ system bus, this newest model also comes with a 3MB L2 cache. Added are a 2GB DDR3 SDRAM which is expandable up to 4GB. These features are complemented by a 160 GB SATA hard drive (5200rpm). With Apple, graphics always get a new dimension. The Apple Mac book comes with NVIDIA Geforce processor with 256MB DDR3 SDRAM sharing a common space with the main memory. It is almost six times faster than its previous version and provides discrete graphics performance to the model. A built in camera and a mini display port are also in the queue.

The Apple Mac book’s features remain incomplete without the stunning 13″ monitor. Supporting a native resolution of 1280 x 800, this LED glossy widescreen is sufficient enough to take the breath away. With an aspect ratio of 16:10, this display panel is many more than just a screen. The system is also supported by two USB ports supporting a data transfer speed up to 480Mbps.

The keyboard is more than just being comfortable, solid and responsible. This amazing keyboard is totally button less. You touch anywhere and it is clicked. A light touch and you start flying. And one thing which sets it apart is the illumination by virtue of which we can use it even in lowlight areas like airports and seminar halls.

The Apple Mac book is supported by 10/100 Ethernet LAN system from Gigabyte. In addition to the in built airport extreme for using the Wi-Fi features, the Mac book also comes with built in Bluetooth and EDR module. An 8x dual layer DVD writer lets data in and out of the system.

Specifications of the Apple Mac book:

Enclosure: Full aluminum body with metallic finish

Processor: Intel’s core 2 duo with clock frequency of 2GHz

L2 cache: 3 MB shared with the primary memory

Bus: System bus is of 1066MHz

Hard drive: 160GB SATA with 5400rpm

Primary memory: 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM, which is expandable up to 4GB

Graphics: Geforce with 9400M processor and 256 MB of DDR3 SDRAM from nVidia, which is shared with the main memory.

Optical drive: 8x DVD writer

Video: There is built in camera, mini display port with support for VGA, DVI and dual link DVI

Display: 13.3-inch LED display with 1280 x 800 resolutions

USB: 2 USB 2.0 ports supporting a data transfer rate of 480Mbps

Networking: 10/100 Ethernet card from Gigabyte

Audio: There is a built in audio system and Omni directional microphone, which is combined with analog line in/digital input and analog line out/digital output.

Wireless: There is Airport Extreme, Bluetooth 2.1 and Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) module.

Hardware accessories: 60w power adapter, power cord, AC wall plug and lithium polymer battery

Warranty: The Mac book comes with 1 year warranty and 90 days telephonic support. However by purchasing the Apple care protection Plan, one can extend his service and increase his support period up to three years

MSRP: $1,799 (base price)

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