The company Apple, confidently striding up to date digital technology, has updated its popular line of laptops MacBook and MacBook Pro with the latest Intel Core 2 Duo, larger hard disk capacity and memory to 2GB, a standard for most models. In addition, the MacBook Pro now comes with the latest NVIDIA graphics processors with up to 512MB of video memory and an innovative Multi-Touch trackpad of Apple, which was first introduced in MacBook Air. All Notebooks MacBook and MacBook Pro includes built-in iSight video camera for video conferencing, power adapter MagSafe, which provides safe shutdown in tension, and integrated support for wireless 802.11n, which has nearly five times the data rate and twice the network coverage than standard 802.11g. Every MacBook and MacBook Pro also has a built-in 10/100/1000 BASE-T Gigabit Ethernet for the creation of high-speed network; Bluetooth; analog and digital audio inputs and outputs; USB 2.0; FireWire and a built-SuperDrive. The new line of laptops MacBook with magnificent 13-inch glossy widescreen display, and, most importantly, the price of the previous three models, which differ in processor speed and hard disk capacity: beautiful white model 2.1 GHz and 2.4 GHz, 120 GB hard drive or 160 GB model and an attractive black 2.4 GHz with a capacious hard disk drive 250 GB. Model range MacBook with 2.4 GHz equipped with 2 GB standard memory, upgradeable to 4 GB.
Updated MacBook Pro laptop uses modern technology to the Intel Core 2 Duo: CPU speeds up to 2.6 GHz and the total cache second level 6 MB memory 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM up to 4GB and hard drive capacities up to 300GB, the latest NVIDIA graphics processor GeForce 8600M GT card with video to 512 MB. Every MacBook Pro laptop now has a trackpad Multi-Touch, recognizing gestures – zoom, rotate and swipe three fingers. The keypad backlighting is even easier to work in poorly lit environments such as airplanes and conference halls. At the same built-in ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the brightness of the keys and display for optimal visibility.