Apple's line of laptops aimed at consumers took a leap forward this week when the company released its new MacBook model. Intended to replace the slower iBook laptops, the new MacBooks have either a 1.8-gigahertz or 2.0-gigahertz Intel Core Duo processor under the hood.
The new laptops have a bright, glossy 13-inch wide-screen display and a built-in iSight camera for video chats on the go. The MacBooks come with Apple's Front Row software and a tiny remote control for browsing your photo, movie and music collections without having to fiddle with the keyboard or trackpad.
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