Apple MacBook 13.3 inch White - Spring 2010 Edition - Intel Core 2 Duo
Performance, Price, Comfortable keyboard and trackpad.
Improved graphics, faster processor, bigger battery life.
Faster processor; improved graphics; better battery life.
Bigger battery delivers longer life. Twice the graphics power of the previous MacBook. Unrivaled touchpad experience. Superior software bundle. Sturdy. Great design.
No SD card slot, No VGA or HDMI ports, White exterior shows dirt easily, Not as powerful as MacBook Pro
No SD card slot, display doesn’t have a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Still no SD card slot; might be time for Apple to switch to 16:9 aspect ratio displays.
No SD slot. Skimped with 2GB starting memory configuration. Using last year's processor technology.
By ConsumerSearch on May 01, 2011
If you want a Mac and you're on a budget, one option is the 13-inch 2.4 GHz MacBook. Apple's entry-level laptop has a white unibody construction instead of aluminum and it lacks some features found on the more expensive MacBook Pro laptops, but...-
By PCPer on August 25, 2010
The battery life of the MacBook is superb. I was able to achieve seven hours and eighteen minutes away from a power source while using the MacBook to surf the web and edit documents. I imagine that the ten-hour mark could be achieved with the...-
By Electronicsme on August 16, 2010
Overall, the Apple MacBook White MC516LL/A is one of the best consumer values for first-time and experienced Mac users alike. If anything, the 10-hour battery (which is the longest lasting MacBook battery ever) is enough to convince those who need...92
By RegHardware on July 13, 2010
You can sniff at the benchmark results, frown at the 250GB hard drive and rub your chin at the 2GB Ram, but none of this tells you what it’s really like to play with an Apple MacBook. It is a terrific notebook computer that is great to use for...80
By eTech Reviews on July 12, 2010
Sum and Substance:Thumbs Up:Speedy processor, long battery life, the graphics quality too is improved.Thumbs Down:Lacks SD card slot, display still has old school 16:10 aspect ratio.The Whiz Kid Speaks:Apple MacBook Spring 2010 is 1.1 inches high, 9.1...-
By PC Advisor on July 06, 2010
There’s a very slight performance increase introduced by the 2.4GHz processor, but where the Apple MacBook really scores is in increased battery life, and a graphics controller that usefully expands the gaming possibilities of this laptop. As a...90
By Online Notebook on July 01, 2010
Apple MacBook spring 2010 comes with faster processor, faster graphics and bigger battery life. But still there is no 16:9 aspect ratio for the display. If you intend to watch movies on your laptop, then we won’t recommend you to buy this....-
By Macworld UK on June 25, 2010
Last month, Apple quietly updated its entry-level laptop, the 13in MacBook. Available in just one standard configuration, the new MacBook sports a faster running processor and improved graphics that provide a modest speed improvement over its...80
By CNET Asia on June 18, 2010
Apple slightly revamps its basic MacBook with improvements under the hood, but keeps the design and price the same, which makes the new MacBook tough to beat as a back-to-school laptop....82
By NotebookCheck on June 17, 2010
If you had to describe this refresh of the white MacBook Pro in one word, that word would be faster. The new GeForce 320M integrated graphics card is chiefly responsible for the improved performance, along with the faster Core 2 Duo processor. This...86