Forget Acer, Dell or Sony and make way for the MacBook by Apple. These notebooks have been taking the world by storm, just like the other products by this distinguished company. There are three types of MacBooks: the MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.
In this article, I’ll give you a simple comparison of the features of all three MacBooks.
MacBook: 13.3 inches
MacBook Air: Available in 11 and 13 inches
MacBook Pro: Available in 13, 15 and 17 inches
Random Access Memory (RAM) and Hard Drive Capacity
MacBook: 2GB OR 4GB, up to 500 GB capacity
MacBook Air: 2GB or 4GB, up to iphone 回收 128GB/256GB flash storage
MacBook Pro: 4GB or 8GB, up to 500GB/700 GB
Keyboard and Camera
MacBook: iSight camera with full size keyboard
MacBook Air: FaceTime camera with full size keyboard
MacBook Pro: Facetime HD camera, full size keyboard with backlight
MacBook: 2 USB ports, Mini Display Port
MacBook Air: 2 USB ports, Mini Display Port
MacBook Pro: 2 USB Ports, Thunderbolt Port, FireWire Port
Memory Card Reader Availability
MacBook Air: 11 Inches, no. 13 Inches, yes (SD card)
MacBook Pro: Yes (SDXC / Expresscard/34)
Besides the above, all MacBooks come installed with Mac OS X Snow Leopard with iLife, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi support, multi-touch track pad and Intel core processors. All MacBooks are made of precision aluminium except for the MacBook, which is made of polycarbonate.
That sums up the hardware part of the MacBooks. Now, let’s talk about what software these wonderful notebooks have. I’m going to talk about in general what these MacBooks possess. MacBooks come with excellent software such as iTunes, iPhoto, iChat, FaceTime, iMovie, Garage Band and many more!
I would love to explain what exactly each of these software programs is, but it would take too much space. But I can sum them up in one word: Awesome! These applications are specific only to Mac, which mean you can’t get them with other brands. Of course there are different additional applications in the different kinds of MacBooks, as well. The Mac OS X Snow Leopard is the world’s most advanced operating system, and together with the mentioned applications, gives you a product worth every cent spent on it. Oh, did I mention that all MacBooks come with a 3 year warranty? Who gives you a 3 year warranty these days?