I just read from this Apple Insider website that there will be a new mac book white uni body out next week with a new faster video card and new faster processor. I saw this from some Vietnam website last night. Does anyone know about this news? Thanks J
"Apple on Tuesday updated its consumer-level MacBook, adding a faster Intel processor and longer battery life.
The new notebook now has a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and boasts battery life of 10 hours, up from 7 hours in the previous model. The MacBook now uses the Nvidia GeForce 320M graphics card, the newest mobile card from the company.
Like the previous model, the new Macbook has 2GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive. and a double-layer SuperDrive.
The previous-generation MacBook had a 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and used Nvidia's GeForce 9400M graphics card.
There has been no change to the physical design of the computer. The white MacBook continues to use the polycarbonate unibody enclosure and comes with a 13.3-inch display.
The new MacBook costs $999, the same as the previous model."
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I just bought the other model 2 months ago with the nvidia 9400 card and 7 hours battery life. Truthfully if you were me would you sell the one I have and get the newer model? Thanks for your imput on this J
Loc: Louisville, KY
No, I wouldn't. You won't get your money back out of what you paid for it and what you have is more than likely enough for what you need to do on it. (though, you haven't said what you do with your macbook)
What I do is surf the web, download music,photos, and watch the news and politics.do creative writing also. I can sell this for $875.00 someone says they might want to buy it here where I live in the Philippines. J
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