MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (13.3-inch)
Notebook Batteries

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Mac Users Guide offers the latest news, reviews, how-tos and expert opinions on everything Mac users need to know about Apple’s line of Mac computers and software. The MacBook was first introduced in 2006 to replace the iBook and 12? PowerBook series of notebooks. There have been two separate designs of the MacBooks that differ form one another by their exterior “finish”. The first MacBook model uses a polycarbonate casing and was modeled after the iBook G3/G4. The second introduced in October 2009 introduced a uni-body polycarbonate shell. The new polycarbonate unibody MacBook 1066 MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM SDRAM memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery.

MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (13.3-inch)
Notebook Batteries

Image by Mac Users Guide
Mac Users Guide offers the latest news, reviews, how-tos and expert opinions on everything Mac users need to know about Apple’s line of Mac computers and software. The MacBook was first introduced in 2006 to replace the iBook and 12? PowerBook series of notebooks. There have been two separate designs of the MacBooks that differ form one another by their exterior “finish”. The first MacBook model uses a polycarbonate casing and was modeled after the iBook G3/G4. The second introduced in October 2009 introduced a uni-body polycarbonate shell. The new polycarbonate unibody MacBook 1066 MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM SDRAM memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery.

MacBook 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (13.3-inch)
Notebook Batteries

Image by Mac Users Guide
Mac Users Guide offers the latest news, reviews, how-tos and expert opinions on everything Mac users need to know about Apple’s line of Mac computers and software. The MacBook was first introduced in 2006 to replace the iBook and 12? PowerBook series of notebooks. There have been two separate designs of the MacBooks that differ form one another by their exterior “finish”. The first MacBook model uses a polycarbonate casing and was modeled after the iBook G3/G4. The second introduced in October 2009 introduced a uni-body polycarbonate shell. The new polycarbonate unibody MacBook 1066 MHz DDR3 SO-DIMM SDRAM memory, a multi-touch trackpad, an LED-backlit display, and a built-in seven-hour battery.


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