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

Macbook - Is it possible to get the 2.0 80 gig in black?


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I see on the apple website it is white but I would like to get a black one..anyone know if this is possible?

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You want a Macbook with a smaller hard drive?

The option isn't available online, but you may want to call Apple's sales line (1 800 692-7753) to see if they'll do it for you.

Somehow, I doubt you'd be saving money if they agreed to do it, if that's one of your objectives...

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well I know I will never need 120 gigs...80 is plenty for me and it seems relatively cheaper, plus I will hopefully get a college discount!

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well I know I will never need 120 gigs...80 is plenty for me and it seems relatively cheaper, plus I will hopefully get a college discount!
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I remember when I thought a 2gb hard drive was massive and I would never touch its limits

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My iBook had a 60GB HD. When I first got it, I thought it would be plenty, but it was soon filled, it didn't help that my UT2k4 installation was close to 10GBs. My iMac has a 250GB HD, and I'm thinking about putting a 500GB HD in it. As much as you think you won't need the space. It will come to a point where you'll be glad you have it.

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good point...go big or go home...

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Well, if I'm not mistaken, didn't the original Core Duo MacBooks have an 80 gig option? I'm really not sure, but I recall them having a lower base hard drive than the Core 2 Duos.

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Dont skimp on the HDD space, I have an 80Gb that I have almost filled up. So I'm looking for a 160Gb now.
And if you cant afford the Black MB get the White one and save some money.

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in response to customer:
the original core duo macbooks were base 60 and 80Gb (white and black respectively - at least when i got mine). i optioned my white macbook to be identical to a black macbook for 200 bucks less.

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my ibook has a 60gb hd now it has about 9 gb left. - school work, photos, music.

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