Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Unibody MacBook Gets Educational Price Drop

Apple Unibody MacBookWhen the polycarbonate, unibody MacBook was first released by Apple, many people were turned away from it. It wasn't that the laptop itself was horrible, despite a few shortcomings. The problem many people had with it was that device itself didn't seem to warrant a $999 price tag. Well good news, for some of you out there, has just been seen on Apple's website. The unibody MacBook has just seen a price drop to $728. But there is a catch. The $728 price is only available to students and educators and for a limited time only.

The MacBook is a good laptop all around. It comes with a 2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory and a 250GB hard drive. Along with that you get 8x double-layer SuperDrive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics card and a built-in battery with an expected 7hr life.

Students and educators should take advantage of this deal as soon as possible because there is no word on when the sale will end and if you are looking at getting a MacBook you have no time to waste. Looking at Apple's website it appears you also get free shipping as well, another great deal to take advantage of as long as it lasts.

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