It was only a matter of time before Apple released an Intel version of the old iBook and here it is, the Macbook.
With prices starting at £749, this consumer notebook is a more affordable way to get your hands on one of these new Apple portables, with a lot of the same features as the professional MacBook Pro including the built-in iSight camera, iLife '06 with dinky remote control, MagSafe power connector and of course the Intel Core Duo Processor.
It also comes in a choice of black or white and at 13in it should be very portable. We reckon this new range will appeal to students and is part of a push which sees Apple try to take some business away from Windows-based notebooks, especially with the release of Boot Camp, which allows XP to be run on a Mac.
We'll let you know just how good they are when we get our hands on a review model.
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