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Apple MacBook line gets spec bumps

Ryan Block
May 15, 2007
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Looks like there's some new hardware at Apple today after all. MacBooks now start at 2.0GHz with 1GB of memory, 80GB drives, 802.11n (of course), and run up to 2.16GHz if configured or in black. They're still on that 667MHz FSB though, indicating that they haven't yet moved to Intel's Santa Rosa platform (which we'd expect the MacBook Pro to have done first anyhow). On Apple today for the usual $1,100 in white, and $1,500 in black.

[Thanks, Wayne]



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