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I'm getting a Macbook for Christmas and I can't wait. I just wanted to know if the built-in camera with iChat for video chatting?
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That's correct, of course it works best if you're chatting Mac2Mac as you can have more than one video link, but it's possible to have a webcam linkup with a Windows buddy.
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an interesting side not....apple stopped selling regular isight cameras today online.......
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I assume that they are getting ready to put Cinema displays with integrated iSight cameras on the shelves soon. Let's hope so.
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