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APPLE MACBOOK WHITE, 609.99 inc p&p @ ebuyer

£609.99 @ Ebuyer
I think this should be the cheapest you can find now. even cheaper than apple store student offer (618 after discounted). Processor Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1 GHz Data Bus Speed 800 MHz 3MB L2 Cach… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
I think this should be the cheapest you can find now. even cheaper than apple store student offer (618 after discounted).

Processor
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.1 GHz
Data Bus Speed 800 MHz
3MB L2 Cache
Memory
1 GB / 4 GB (max)
DDR2 SDRAM - 667 MHz
Specification Compliance PC2-5300
SO DIMM 200-pin
Configuration: 2 x 512 MB
Hard Drive
120 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm
Optical Drive
DVD±RW (±R DL) integrated
Software
Operating System: Apple MacOS X 10.5
Drivers & Utilities,

Apple QuickTime,

Apple Mac OS X Mail,

Apple iChat,

Apple iCal,

Apple DVD Player,

Apple Address Book,

Apple Safari,

Apple Dashboard,

Apple Spotlight,

Apple XCode Developer Tools,

Front Row,

Photo Booth,

Apple iLife?,

Apple Spaces,

Apple Quick Look,

Apple Time Machine
Display
13.3" Glossy TFT
Max Resolution 1280 x 800 ( WXGA )
Graphics
Intel GMA X3100 Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0
Max Allocated RAM Size 144 MB
Audio
Sound Card
Microphone
Input Devices
Keyboard, trackpad
Networking
Network adapter
Wireless LAN Supported
Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft), Bluetooth 2.0 EDR
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft), Bluetooth 2.0
Power Supply
AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Lithium polymer
Capacity 55 Wh
Run Time (Up To) 4.5 hour(s)
Dimensions
Width 32.5 cm

Depth 22.7 cm

Height 2.8 cm

Weight 2.3 kg
Interfaces
1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45

1 x display / video - Apple mini-DVI

1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire) - 6 PIN FireWire

2 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A

1 x audio - SPDIF input/line-in - mini-phone 3.5 mm / TOS Link

1 x audio - SPDIF output/headphones - mini-phone 3.5 mm / TOS Link
Expansion
2 ( 0 ) x memory - SO DIMM 200-pin
Warranty/Miscellaneous
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Security lock slot (cable lock sold separately)
Integrated Webcam
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#1
Worth pointing out its the previous generation of the white macbook. The new version has a slightly slower CPU but faster memory, another GB of memory and much better Graphics card.

Not a bad price though.
#2
woo! at the first 30 minutes found it -3,thought it would be super cold...
#3
ther was a similar one at ARGOS for £460 on here the other day but as you can imagine there is no stock left
#4
bloody hell - £460 for one is cheap!
#5
Im selling my 1 month old Macbook 13" Aluminum 2ghz, 2GB DD3 this week-
tho my partner has the old type listed above, the only real main difference is aesthetics, the incredibly brighter LED screen and glass touchpad.

Personally when putting the old next to the new there's no comparison, but its down to your wallet really.

Sadly I need the money and frankly don't want to sell it lol.
Does anyone know how much mine would be worth roughly?
Thanks
#6
If these are the old generation of Macbook (i.e. before the Jan 09 revision) then this isn't a bargain IMO. The revision brought in major improvements in graphics which were pitiful in the older ones, along with various other improvements.

Going through Quidco you can get the newest version for around £675, and that's £65 very well spent.
#7
Cheaper isn't always better. The student discount is far better value as it includes a 3 year hardware warranty. Of course, you need to be a student.
#8
Good Price. Personally though, i wouldn't buy another Mac if i had the choice. The one i'm currently typing on has been nothing but problems. Faulty Battery, faulty Optical Drive, plastic trim snapping and most worrying of all was the charger melting! Not to mention majority of applications are not compatible with Macs. Not my wisest purchase....
#9
**** price for the spec and quality of components. Guess you have to pay the Apple tax. I really don't understand why anyone would buy one of these.
#10
stanno Going through Quidco you can get the newest version for around £675, and that's £65 very well spent
Wish you could help my son on this....what model are you referring at this price? Thanks for te advice.
banned#11
mr_steveo
Im selling my 1 month old Macbook 13" Aluminum 2ghz, 2GB DD3 this week-
tho my partner has the old type listed above, the only real main difference is aesthetics, the incredibly brighter LED screen and glass touchpad.

Personally when putting the old next to the new there's no comparison, but its down to your wallet really.

Sadly I need the money and frankly don't want to sell it lol.
Does anyone know how much mine would be worth roughly?
Thanks


I'd give you £550 for it
#12
tooner
**** price for the spec and quality of components. Guess you have to pay the Apple tax. I really don't understand why anyone would buy one of these.


Let's not take this off onto Apple versus PC. It's rude to imply other people are stupid, when in fact it's you who can't see the value in a cohesive tight coupling of OS to Hardware.
I used to think like you. But bought an Apple a year ago, and now I know why people buy Apple.

Personally, I'd pay the extra and get the new Macbook.
The white Macbooks crack and aren't are solidly built as the new unibody ones.
I don't know if the new ones are up to playing games, but my white macbook certainly isn't up to it.
I use it for web, email, documents, photos and itunes.
#13
tooner
**** price for the spec and quality of components. Guess you have to pay the Apple tax. I really don't understand why anyone would buy one of these.


It took 10 posts for the first mac hater to post? I am shocked and appled:santa:
#14
macbook alu base model nearly new would be worth at least £800
#15
hwangeruk

I don't know if the new ones are up to playing games, but my white macbook certainly isn't up to it.
I use it for web, email, documents, photos and itunes.


The new white MacBooks have the same graphics and processors as the alu MacBooks, the only difference being a slight reduction in RAM speed, but they should be equally good (or bad) for games.
#16
Actually the newest version of the white macbook has one advantage over the aluminium ones - it has kept the firewire port! You have to pay the ridiculous Pro prices to get firewire on an aluminium macbook.

The whitebook advertised at ebuyer doesn't come with the latest version of iLife 09.
#17
**** price for the spec and quality of components. Guess you have to pay the Sinclair tax. I really don't understand why anyone would buy one of these instead of a Commodore.


Oops, Sorry wrong decade :w00t:

COCO
#18
Good price for a new one... although I bought a 4-month old (possibly ex-display) MB from eBay for £499 recently, and that included a 160GB HD and 2GB RAM which IMO is a considerably bettter deal.
#19
tooner
**** price for the spec and quality of components. Guess you have to pay the Apple tax. I really don't understand why anyone would buy one of these.


Well most music colleges such as mine use Mac exclusively as the best programs are Mac-based.
Apple rules, didn't you know? Have you seen Vista lately....? :whistling:
#20
....its a mac tho :P
#21
Apple student one is a better specs for 618, includes nVidia graphics (vs frankly terrible Intel) and 2GB RAM (vs 1gb)

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