Macbook 2009

2009 Macbook

MacBook 13.3" Apple Laptop Computer! APPLE MACBOOK A1342 2009 13" CORE 2 DUO 2.26GHz 4GB 250GB HDD +FREE SHIP. What is the speed of the white "Polycarbonate Unibody/Late 2009" MacBook Core 2 Duo compared to the MacBook it replaced?

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MacBooks are an optional accessory for those who are on the go or need a computer with mobility. Exactly what are the 2009 MacBook releases? Beginning of 2009 version: It has an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU that operates at 2.0 gigahertz (GHz). 120 GB memory and 2 GB 667 kHz DDR2 SDRAM in two module.

Middle 2009 version: It has an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU that operates at 2.13GBHz. There is also 160 GB memory and 2 GB 800 MHz DDR2 SDRAM. End of 2009 version: With an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26 GPU running at 2.26 Hz, this release is the quickest of the three.

There is also a 250 GB harddisk and 2 GB 1066 Mhz DDR3 SDRAM, which are mounted in two different units. It has a hinged lid and a hinged lid. This model has a hinged lid. Where are the DDR2 and DDR3 difference? There are two kinds of RAM that serve as the computer's RAM and as a cache.

Although the latter is able to transfer up to twice as much bandwidth, it uses about 30% less electricity than the former, at the same time. MacBook at the end of 2009 was the first of its kind to incorporate a unique body styling made from a blend of either polar carbonate or plastics and glass fiber.

How can I connect to MacBook 2009? The Apple MacBook range offers a number of choices when it comes to connection to the web or other equipment. Whilst there may be some small discrepancies between the different editions of this range, all notebooks have 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, multiple 2.0 port interfaces, multi-port stereo I/O, multi-port stereo I/O, multi-port stereo and multi-port stereo I/O, and Giga-bit-Ethernet.

MacBook - Review of the Apple MacBook (2009)

In our LAPTOP battery test, the MacBook took 5 Stunden und 10 Minuten in Snow Leopard. This battery life is almost two hrs less than that of the Apple and an hrs less than that of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. This display, however, is about an extra 1hr longer than the thin and lightweight notebooks avarage, 100 min longer than the Samsung Q320 and about twice as long as the Studio XPS 13.

Although we couldn't do our default Wi-Fi test on the MacBook, we never wanted to connect. MacBook also comes with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR. In our tests, we took a number of measures of the MacBook's temperature: the touch pad heated up to 82°C, the distance between the keys was 92°C, and the bottom of the closest laptop to the hinges was up to 97°C; it was definitely palpable when we had the laptop in our laps.

In contrast to MacBook Pros, which allow you to select different CPUs and displays, Apple only offers users the ability to expand their memory to 4GB for an extra $100; a 320GB, 5,400rpm disk will cost $50 more; and a 500GB, 5,400rpm disk will cost $150 more. In addition to the Snow Leopard OS, MacBook comes with Apple's iLife'09 creative productivity suites (iPhoto, iMovie, iWeb, and GarageBand) and Time Machine back-up utility.

Although we're happy that it doesn't contain trials, we would have liked a text editor that is slightly less basic than Notepad. The 13-inch MacBook ($999) is a convincing purchase thanks to its outstanding industry styling, outstanding ergonomic features and above-average power and rechargeable batteries. Nearly as expensive as Windows-based competition (like Dell Studio XPS 13), but with a longer lifespan.

Consumer spending on the additional $200 for the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which features an SD memory cartridge bay, a keypad with backlight, and a more stylish aluminium enclosure, is the key one. The new MacBook is a good option if you can survive without these comforts. MacBook's 2. 26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P7550 Intel is the same as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, i.e. it has less performance than the MacBook we tested earlier (2. 4-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 and 2GB RAM); in Geekbench, the 2009 MacBook (with 2GB RAM) achieved 3,464 points, about 50 points less than the 2008 MacBook.

The MacBook Geekbench scores fell to 2,597 in Boot Camp on Windows 7, a level between the Dell Studio XPS 13 (2,596) and the Samsung Q320 (2,834). MacBook achieved 3691 points in PCMark Vantage in Boot Camp fashion; that's almost 600 points above the thin and lightweight laptop midrange, 270 points below the Dell Studio XPS 13 (which has 4 GB RAM) and about 100 points below the Samsung Q320 (which has a 2. 53-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 and 4 GB RAM).

The MacBook scored about 500 points higher than the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which has the same CPU and memory. Snow Leopard had it duplicate a 4. 97GB file with multi-media data at a speed of 27. 8MBps, which is 71MBps quicker than the thin and slight averages ( in Windows 7 it was a lot more pedestrians 14.9MBps).

Ride was started in fast 26 seconds to Snow Leopard. Converting a 114MB AVI video file from AVI to MPEG4 with HandBrake to Snow Leopard took MacBook 2 min and 12 seconds; that's over 5 min quicker than the industry standard and just 9 seconds quicker than the 2009 13-inch MacBook Pro.

A Nvidia GeForce 9400M video adapter, as used in previous MacBook Pros, could achieve a 3DMark06 rating of 2160 under Windows 7, which was almost the same as the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and almost 60 points higher than the Dell Studio 14001, which both have the same video adapter.

MacBook reached an average of 29 images per second in Far Cry 2 (Windows mode), with the display at 1024 x 768 and the effect settings optimally adjusted; at maximum definition and very high visual acuity, this figure fell to 8ps. They' re the same size as the 13-inch MacBook Pro (25/8 fps), the Studio XPS 13 (26/10), and the Q320 (29/7), and they' re the same size.

Apple's new $999 MacBook - a slightly disassembled MacBook Pro in a synthetic case - is a $999 worth MacBook that not only delivers similar power to its high-end co-usin, but is now competitively priced with Windows 7 devices with similar specifications. The new MacBook is a big buy with long battery lives, not to speak of Apple's superb Snow Leopard OS and world-class client service.

Use a 13-inch MacBook Pro and substitute the metallic surface for plastics and the MacBook would be handy. Just like the MacBook Pros, this thin and lightweight system has a rugged single-body design. Whilst the aluminium-clad MacBook Pros with their slim full length keyboard are definitely slim, the pure whiteness of the MacBook looks a bit milder.

The MacBook is slightly bigger and harder than the 13-inch MacBook Pro (12. 8 x 8. 9 x 1. 0 inch, 4. 4 pounds), but there's no big deal in the fact that we couldn't put it in our messaging satchel.

In contrast to the MacBook Pros, the MacBook keypad isn't illuminated; some compromises have to be made on pricing. As with the 13-incher MacBook Pro, Apple refined the design: we could easily push the key without even considering that there was no special key (two of them).

The 3-inch LED-backlit matt screen on MacBook has a 1280 x 800 pixel screen size and pictures were light and sharp. But this system doesn't have the same 60 per cent larger colour space as the MacBook Per line, so image writers should think twice about it. The MacBook's loudspeakers were noisy enough to produce enough volume to fill a room, but they lacked enough low frequencies.

MacBook has two ports for connecting your MacBook to your computer's built-in power supply - Standard 2 Bus, Mini-DisplayPort, Ethernet, and headphones - on the side on the right; and the SuperDrive DVD Writer on the side on the right. Given their omnipresence (you can find them on $300 netbooks), we would favour an SD memory cartridge and at least one other peripheral device.

For example, the Dell Studio XPS 13 has all the above features plus FireWire and HDMI. Talking to a mate about Google Chat, he said our picture was clear and the microphone inside captured our sounds well, but the MacBook cameras had a tough job adapting to low lighting.

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