Thursday, November 1st 2007

Apple Launches Santa Rosa MacBooks

Apple has quietly updated its MacBook range of notebooks to use Intel’s new Santa Rosa platform, accompanied by the introduction of Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphics. The new platform should offer a slight bump in speed to all the MacBooks, which ship with either 2.0GHz or 2.2GHz processors, as well as the option of up to a 250GB hard drive. Apple has also updated to Mac Book Pro range to allow buyers to upgrade to a 2.6GHz processor for an extra $250. You can take a look at the complete MacBook specs here.Source: Mac Rumours
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2 Comments on Apple Launches Santa Rosa MacBooks

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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
this is old news.....

Ive seen Santa Rosa Macbooks in 2 central London stores a few weeks ago (at least i think they were Santa Rosa) I briefly remember giving the Pros & Cons talk with my m8 who planned to buy a laptop... Pro - Santa Rosa = new. If i remember correctly they also came with Nvidia 8700M GT's
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jocksteeluk
FreedomEclipse said:
this is old news.....

Ive seen Santa Rosa Macbooks in 2 central London stores a few weeks ago (at least i think they were Santa Rosa) I briefly remember giving the Pros & Cons talk with my m8 who planned to buy a laptop... Pro - Santa Rosa = new. If i remember correctly they also came with Nvidia 8700M GT's
this story is about the introduction of the Intel x3100 to the mac book series which is the new news not the mac book its self.
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