In the ‘MacBook Review’ article series, we will be reviewing some of the latest and most popular Apple laptops in the market to help you make your choice if you are considering getting one of these. Do check back regularly for updates on this articles series.
Apple MacBook MC207LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop: The MC207LL/A can be considered as the mother of all all-white laptops. Apple was one of the first companies to come one with a completely white laptop model that has now become a staple in the laptop market. The MC207LL/A is currently the latest generation of the all-white laptop. It sports Apple’s signature uni-body (poly-carbonate) external casing, with smooth edges and seamless casings.
This model comes has a 250GB (5400RPM) hard drive, 2GB of DDR3 Ram and a 2.26Ghz Core 2 Duo processor. Other notable features include its 7-hour battery life, the NVIDIA GeForce 9400 processor (for graphics) and a gigantic multi-touch keyboard. It also happens to be one of the most affordable MacBook in Apple’s collection.
Apple MacBook Pro MB990LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop: The MB990LL/A is one of the most popular models in the MacBook Pro series. It was one of the most popular laptop models for 2009 and looking at its position in best-seller’s list, shows no signs of waning in 2010. A MacBook review published by a prominent online tech
This model has a 160GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM and 2.26Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Like all other MacBook Pro laptops, this model has an uni-body (aluminum) external casing that looks really good. It also has a back-lit keyboard, a SD card reader, Firewire Port and about 7 hours of battery life. The 13.3-inch MB990LL/A currently retails for just around $1149.
Apple MacBook Pro MB991LL/A 13.3-Inch Laptop: If you need some extra computing power, consider getting yourself the MB991LL/A. It comes with 250GB for storage, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a 2.53Ghz dual core processor. Most of its other features are similar to that of the MB990LL/A. At the moment, the MB991LL/A is selling at just around $1429 each. Lookout for the next installment in the MacBook Review article series!