This is the MacBroo review and technical specifications of the 13-inch Mid 2010 model. You’ll learn about the features, availability, and price of this model. Read on to find out why this model is an excellent choice for you! And don’t forget to subscribe to MacBroo’s RSS feed so you can stay up-to-date on all the latest news about the Mac. If you’re interested in buying a Mac, we highly recommend you check out our other tech reviews!
MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010) – Technical Specifications
The MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010) is the latest generation of Apple’s popular laptop, which replaced the older MacBook Pro. It features an upgraded Intel Core 2 Duo Processor and graphics chipset, as well as larger hard drives and more RAM than its predecessor. It also includes an 8X DL “SuperDrive” with 8GB of DDR3 memory, which provides ample memory for multimedia use.
This model features a black infrared receiver and a short line-shaped power light on the front edge. The disc slot is located on the right edge of the laptop. In February 2007, Apple recalled MacBooks that had a faulty hard drive or graphics card because they were overheating and causing damage to the hard drive. The product’s technical specifications are available on the Apple website.
The new MacBook Pro features a polycarbonate “glossy white” unibody design with a rubberized bottom surface. Its screen is covered with edge-to-edge reflective glass and is clickable. The trackpad is larger than the first-generation model, and supports multi-touch gestures. While the keyboard may feel a little more compact, it provides the same amount of responsiveness as the first-generation model.
The third-generation model of the MacBook Pro introduced in October 2008. It was available in 13-inch and 15-inch sizes. It replaced the previous PowerPC G4 chips with Intel Coreprocessors. It also included a webcam and the MagSafe power connector. The 15-inch and 17-inch models were released in April 2009 and October 2012, respectively. Later versions of the MacBook Pro introduced Intel Core 2 Duo processors and LED-backlit displays.