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Friday, May 19, 2006
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Ars Technica has posted the first
comprehensive review of the new Apple MacBook, with benchmarks, while Macworld also takes a crack at it. From the Ars review:
All things being equal, I can see thrifty consumers [...] simply going with the low-end MacBook and I couldn't blame them one bit. After all, the low-end MacBook is for the most part just as powerful as several models of the Pro edition that were released only a few months back.
I hope to be placing my order over the weekend.
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