Apple’s latest entry-level Macbook is an “impressive” addition to its portfolio thanks to its improved specifications list, according to an industry expert.
Garry Barker, reviewing the new product for the Brisbane Times, said that the features in the machine closely resemble those in the more expensive Macbook Pro, which means that customers are getting good value for money with the entry-level device.
Made from a one-piece uni-body in white polycarbonate plastic, the Macbook has a sleek, sturdy design, which will not collect dust and dirt as there are no joints or gaps.
It also features a backlit LED screen giving a screen resolution of 1,280 by 800 pixels and furthermore a smart button-free multi-touch trackpad which adds to the space-age look of the Macbook.
“Apple is wireless-oriented and the machine comes with Bluetooth, and of course, 802.11n high-speed Wi-fi for getting the homework done while munching something healthy in that well-known restaurant chain with free hot-spots,” added Mr Barker.
The Macbook also contains an iSight camera, which can be used to take photos, shoot videos or to chat anywhere with friends around the world.