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13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)

13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)
alaScore 80

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

We have collected and analyzed 3 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 80/100. The average review date is Oct 29, 2009. We have compared these reviews to 447235 reviews from other Laptops. The alaScore™ for this product is 80/100 = Very good. Last update: Apr 18, 2014.

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Review: 13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)

 

In bringing the unibody treatment to the white MacBook, Apple has added many pro features while removing FireWire and the infrared port.

Instead of nonskid pads in the corners on the bottom of the MacBook, the entire surface is one giant rubberized foot secured by eight Phillips screws. This surface is smoother and doesn’t provide as much friction as the pads on the older MacBooks did,...

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13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)

 

In just three and a half years, the MacBook, targeted at average computer users, students, and PC switchers, has become Apple's best-selling Mac model. In its first major remodeling since 2006, the polycarbonate MacBook has gained many of the marquee...

Integrating the battery into the design allows for a larger (and therefore longer-lasting) battery, plus it reduces some weight. In our battery test, the charge lasted for an impressive four hours and nine minutes while playing a looped video clip in...

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Review: 13-inch MacBook/2.26GHz (Late 2009)

 

In just three and a half years, the MacBook, targeted at average computer users, students, and PC switchers, has become Apple's best-selling Mac model. In its first major remodeling since 2006, the polycarbonate MacBook has gained many of the marquee...

Unibody design makes a lighter, more comfortable MacBook; impressive battery life; glass Multi-touch trackpad; performs as well or better than 2.26GHz 13-inch MacBook Pro; support for up to 8GB of 1066MHz RAM

No FireWire port; no SD card slot; no IR port; no video adapters included

Macworld’s buying advice. The MacBook benefits nicely from its unibody face-lift: it’s lighter and more attractive, and it performs better than the model that came before it. You can think of it as a MacBook Pro minus the FireWire port and SD card...