Apple MacBook Video
Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro looks the same as the old MacBook Pro and still has a Core 2 Duo processor, but its graphics and battery life receive an appreciable boost.
Molly Wood unwraps Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display and offers her first impressions.
As klutzy Apple laptop users know, damage from spilt water, coffee, or other liquids is not covered under the standard warranty. To uncover any potential for warranty fraud, it's rumored the Cupertino, Calif.-based company has installed liquid sensors in its new line of MacBooks and MacBook Pros. CNET's Kara Tsuboi looks into the rumored move and the potential for false-positives.
This week, voting from space, the CNN hologram machine hits the Buzz set, and Apple MacBooks cause nothing but pain.
From password protection to streamlining your Dock, Sharon Vaknin offers some tips for setting up your new Apple MacBook.
Apple's MacBook Air ups the ante in the battle to reduce the time needed to wake a computer from sleep. CNET's Ina Fried pits a typical Windows 7 machine against the new MacBook Air.
Apple's first-ever Retina Display MacBook Pro offers unparalleled screen resolution and an all-new, slimmer design -- but it comes at a very high price.
CNET's Dan Ackerman takes a look at Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro, which has a faster CPU, longer battery life, and a lower starting price than before.
Apple's 17-inch MacBook Pro has a solid array of components, a terrific set of features and is the lightest of any laptop its size. CNET's Michelle Thatcher takes a look.
Apple's smallest MacBook is faster, has a backlit keyboard, and comes with OSX Lion, all in time for back-to-school shopping. We go hands-on and look at what's changed.
Apple MacBook (13-inch, 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo) Review
The good: Thin and light; robust software package, including Mac OS X Tiger; magnetic lid latch and scrollable touch pad; DVD burner; built-in Webcam; remote control; can run Windows XP using Apple's free Boot Camp utility.
The bad: Nonnative software runs slowly on Mac OS; lacks media card reader and some other ports; higher-end configurations are much more expensive than similarly configured Windows laptops; only 90 days of toll-free tech support.
The bottom line: With the MacBook, Apple has corrected a handful of the iBook's shortcomings, hit a reasonable price point, and delivered a laptop that makes a great compromise between size and portability.
Apple MacBook (13-inch, 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo) Specs
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