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Apple Macbook (note no pro) replaces the iBook laptops


Apple Macbook (note no pro) replaces the iBook laptops
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Newsflash: New Apple iBook replacements is OUT



The new MacBooks will replace the iBook consumer notebooks as well as

the 12-inch PowerBook, which was the last PowerBook model to run on

the PowerPC platform.



With the addition of the MacBook consumer line, Apple has moved all of

its Macintoshes to Intel microprocessors, except for its PowerMac G5

high-end professional computers.

The new models come with many of the same features of Apple's

professional line of MacBook Pro notebooks, such as a built-in iSight

video camera, the Front Row media-management software package and a

scrolling trackpad.



"We saw the opportunity to make one seamless product family," said

Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide product

marketing. "When you get a MacBook, you don't have to feel like you're

trading anything off."



The new MacBooks come in three versions, each of which has a 13-inch

glossy-widescreen display. The lowest-priced model starts at $1,099,

runs on a 1.83-gigahertz Intel Core Duo processor, has a 60GB hard

drive and a combination DVD-ROM/CD-RW drive



A 2-gigahertz model with a 60GB hard drive and DVD and CD-burner will

start at USD$1.299 and a black-finish, 2-gigahertz, 80GB drive model

with a DVD and CD burner starts at USD$1,499. All models will begin

shipping immediately, according to Apple

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