Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A) pictures

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Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)

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  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • Apple MacBook - 2009 Edition (MC207B/A)
  • MacBook Pro Notebook (2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB DDR,  250GB HDD, DVD Super Multi-Drive, Mac OS X Snow Leopard, 13.3? LED)


January 15, 2010, 5:04 am

the first pic on the second page looks like one side of the macbook is dented..

illusion... illusion...


January 15, 2010, 5:18 am

These laptops are so awesome but I wish I could buy one without paying the premium for the's excellent to use for most things but I end up missing all the fun you get tinkering and dealing with the quirks of Windows OS's(/OS'/OSs or however you write it?).


January 15, 2010, 7:16 am

It does feel a little like the MacBook needs to be £100 cheaper again to become a truly compelling proposition. Perhaps volume (and maybe education) orders would see significant additional discounting, but for the man on the street the 13" MacBook Pro is surely where it's at.


January 15, 2010, 11:45 am

no way apple will let their plastic book outspec the base metal book.

they also removed the infra red, and the battery meter ;)


January 15, 2010, 1:36 pm

@ Ben. The Apple HE discount reduces the price difference between the 13"MBP and the MacBook, to £88.12. (£701.48 vs £789.60). Of course that could change with the expected refresh at the end of this month.

Also - The HDD on the MBP may be smaller but its a 5 minute job to change it for a £60 500Gb Unit.

Hamish Campbell

January 15, 2010, 1:58 pm

oooh these unibodies....I'm got the old polycarbonate which is rather prone to cracks. Mine has an edge snapped off and the common front edge snap off problem where the lid closing ridges put too much pressure below. Pity one can't buy a unibody and put the old macbooks innards in.


January 16, 2010, 1:49 am

@dev - Just install Bootcamp or, better yet, VMware Fusion, install Windows on your Mac and you can do all the tinkering you would want to (as there's limited tinkering for OS X).

Plus, you can install Ubuntu on it as well, thereby having the choice of three top class operating systems. The only downside being the extra cost of the software.


January 16, 2010, 12:53 pm

Surely you mean UNlimited tinkering of OS X! You know it's UNIX, right? The most powerful command shells, etc. Not to mention all the gazillions of utilities that modify the interface. And AppleScript. Did you forget about AppleScript? And Automator. . . Please.


January 16, 2010, 3:59 pm

considering you can buy an sd to usb adapter for a few pence not having a slot isnt such a disaster


January 16, 2010, 6:27 pm

Plus unlike the MBPs, the MacBook has no glass in front of the screen so it doesn't double as a mirror :D


January 19, 2010, 2:10 pm

Almost £800 for an entry-level Apple laptop? Clearly Cupertino have as low an opinion as i do of its customers. And betelgeus an additional USB to SD card would hardly be practical to carry along with it unless ofcourse its manufactured by Apple?


September 17, 2010, 7:17 pm

Personally I was lucky enough to buy one of the very short lived Aluminium MacBooks, which has the looks and feel of quality, a backlit keyboard and a 250Gb hard drive, yes it too is missing a firewire port and an SD slot, but I can't for the life of me see why they decided to replace the plastic Macbooks with aluminium ones like mine, to only then go back to plastic again, very strange!

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