MacBook supports extended desktop
Much like the Intel iMacs, the MacBook sports one notable feature over its PowerPC based ancestor: it now supports extended desktop (as pointed out by Frasier Speirs). iBooks would only support monitor mirroring out of the box (though there are some sneaky ways to get around that).
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