We’ve talked about it for months and Apple revealed it today. It is almost everything that we expected: a small Apple laptop with a 13.3” display, an integrated iSight webcam, powered by an Intel Core Duo processor. The color scheme, however is somewhat surprising: there’s a black MacBook that reminds me of the “black Mac” computers that NeXT, a (now dead) company created by Steve Jobs used to build. The specifications are not bad at all, and at similar configuration (1GB RAM, 100GB HDD, faster CPU), the MacBook actually costs less than a Sony Vaio SZ, the ultimate 13.3” reference on the PC side, in my opinion. So, on the paper, it looks like a good deal. We are looking forward to get our hands on one. Message to Apple: we need decent drivers (webcam, light detector…) for Windows.
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