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Apple MacBook MB 403

alaTest has collected and analyzed 55 reviews of Apple MacBook MB 403. The average rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. People are impressed by the battery and price. The usability and design also get good comments, but there are some critical reviews about the screen.

performance, design, usability, price, battery


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Apple MacBook MB 403 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 user reviews of Apple MacBook MB 403 from The average user rating for this product is 5.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops on Reviewers really like the reliability. The performance also gets good feedback.

performance, reliability

100% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Sep, 2016

Expert review by: GADJO CARDENAS SEVILLA (



The new MacBook has a lot of MacBook Pro features but with Regular Joe pricing (well, Regular Joseph III Esquire, anyway). At the same time, however, Apple has dumped a few key components that even "non-Pro" people might miss.

Apple's new MacBook integrates a number of impressive features from the MacBook Pro line while maintaining a lower cost and valuable features aimed at regular users (as well as those new to the Mac ecosystem).

Jan, 2010

Expert review by: mandyywl ( )

MacBook review


Apple laptop is famous for its high quality, simple but elegant design. And it is always my favorite. Now, please follow me to have a look at the MacBook: The 13.3-inch MacBook offers a great compromise between size and portability for a reasonable...

MacBook is terribly beautiful. I fell in love with it deeply from the first sight I saw it in my friend's room in May. While lack of money, I do not have it yet. I believe, next year, I will have it, come on!

Aug, 2009

Expert review by: Ken Mingis (

Apple takes the MacBook upscale


Apple's new Macbook inherits some high-end perks from the Pro line

Apple has taken its most mainstream portable computer decidedly upscale with its latest refresh. Structurally, it should last for years, and it exudes a feeling of solidity every time you pick it up, turn it on and type on it. Not only does it offer...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by: (

First Impressions: MacBook


If you've graced the pages of my flickr account lately, you will have seen two shiny new MacBooks. Yes, two. Chris, my housemate this year, opted for a black MacBook and got me to upload his pics as his non-pro flickr account went over the bandwidth...

Apple has finally begun to reach the masses with the great value of the MacBook. Starting at Apple has finally begun to reach the masses with the great value of the MacBook. Starting at $1099 you can get a dual-core widescreen laptop with Wi-Fi,...

Jun, 2006

Red dot design award!

Expert review by: reddot ( (UK))



The MacBook is a notebook with a thickness of 2.75 cm, which is available in black or white. It is equipped with a 13.3” widescreen display and is available with either a 1.83 or a 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The casing is made of polycarbonate...

Expert review by: James Galbraith (

MacBook review


With a faster processor and improved graphics, the MacBook gains a bit of a boost.

With its faster processor, improved graphics and longer battery life, the MacBook is an attractive option for budget-conscious laptop shoppers. Performance-wise, the MacBook isn’t much different from the 13in 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro – the extra...

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: James Galbraith and Mark Hattersley (

MacBook 2.13GHz review


The white MacBook gets an upgrade - is it enough to justify the price rise?

Faster processor, larger capacity hard drive, only MacBook with FireWire 400, comparatively long battery life

No video adapters or Apple Remote in the box

If you’re in the market for an affordable Mac laptop, the white MacBook (now the only MacBook) is still a good bargain. Although its price increase is regrettable, the performance gains make it even faster. While an argument surrounding Apple’s overall...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Kenny Hemphill (

MacBook 2.13GHz


It was something of a surprise when, earlier this month, Apple chose to abandon its relatively new aluminium MacBook range, leaving only this white MacBook alongside the MacBook Pro and Air ranges. When the white model was left in the range alongside...

If you don't need or value the niceties, or environmental friendliness, of the aluminium unibody MacBooks, this model is a much better deal than either of them

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: (

The long wait is over


We finally get our hands on a shiny new Macbook and come away suitably impressed with its design and ­performance.

Excellent new design ; multitasking is not a problem ; decent battery life ; big ­trackpad with touch-gesture support

Lacks VGA and DVI-out port ; screen is too glossy for outdoor use

Nevertheless, the new Macbook is worth considering as it manages to strike the right balance between power, looks and portability.

Dec, 2008

Expert review by: (

MacBook 2.0GHz review


With a completely new aluminium "Unibody" case and a glass trackpad, Apple's is attempting to redefine the notion of what a quality laptop should be. But at what price? We take a close look at the MacBook 2.0GHz and ask if it's really worth the money?

Sleek new design ; greatly improved graphics power ; Multi-Touch glass trackpad ; bright LED display

Entry price higher than before ; no FireWire port ; battery life shorter than previous MacBook model ; no video adapters or Apple Remote in the box

The latest MacBooks are a big improvement over the previous models as long as you can live without a FireWire port. If not (or you absolutely must have a matte screen, which is still an option on the 17-inch MacBook Pro) the MacBook Pro might be your...

Oct, 2008

Product Specifications


Maximum graphics adapter memory:0.144


Processor cache type:L2