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Apple MacBook (white 2009 edition)

Apple MacBook (white 2009 edition)
alaAverage 4.5

2 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the value for money. The build quality also gets good comments, whereas many are negative about the design.

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Apple MacBook (white 2009 edition) review

 

This Apple MacBook offers specs that are almost on a par with those of the MacBook Pro, for significantly less money. You won't get all of the Pro-level features, but, if you can live without those, it's worth a look

Good price for the specs (for a Mac) ; Sturdy construction ; No graphics compromise

Older battery doesn't last as long as that of the new Pros ; Still no SD card or ExpressCard slot ; White MacBook design is starting to look old

In our rigorous video-playback battery-drain test, the MacBook's removable battery ran for 3 hours and 30 minutes, although you can expect longer life with more forgiving tasks, such as Web browsing and general office use. While the Pro line now has...

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What an incredible computer. It works extremely well and just does absolutely everything I want it to. I upgraded the RAM from my original 2GB to the max 4GB, and the speed is unreal. I might only have the 2.00GHz Processor but it still is able to...

Can't fault it

Trackpad can be tedious

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