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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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What would your ideal, and REALISTIC specs of the new Intel Macs be?
I would very much like to see:
A 2ghz processor
512MB Ram Standard(DDR 433?)
80gig 7200rpm HD
128MB Video Card
DVDRW/CDRW
Built-in iSight
Wireless
All the standard features of the current 15" PowerBook.
I want something that is substantialy more powerful than the current iBook and PowerBook line, so I can warrant purchasing a new notebook instead of an iMac. Discuss.
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What would your ideal, and REALISTIC specs of the new Intel Macs be?
I would very much like to see:
A 2ghz processor
512MB Ram Standard(DDR 433?)
80gig 7200rpm HD
128MB Video Card
DVDRW/CDRW
Built-in iSight
Wireless
All the standard features of the current 15" PowerBook.
I want something that is substantialy more powerful than the current iBook and PowerBook line, so I can warrant purchasing a new notebook instead of an iMac. Discuss.
Well considering that the existing Powerbooks are already close to that mark (excepting the video card and the iSight,) it seems like you have pretty low expectations. Nonetheless, it appears that you will probably get most of what you want, or at least the chip will be capable of it: http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/...03174618.shtml
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