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Apple's MacBook reigned supreme from 2006 to 2010, when it was replaced by other models, though thousands are still in use. What made the best-selling Mac in history so great?
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The PowerBook was replaced by the faster MacBook Pro in 2006 but the Pro got an even bigger boost of speed with its new Thunderbolt port. Let's take a look.
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Apple's MacBook Air is touted as "the world's thinnest notebook." So how exactly does a laptop that's less than an inch thick compare to other notebooks?
Small in size but mighty in capabilities, the Mac Mini was first geared toward PC switchers. What do people say about it now?
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In 2001, Apple released Cheetah, the first version of its new operating system, OS X. Where did OS X come from, and what technologies make it different from other operating systems?
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When you use your Mac laptop, the last thing you worry about is getting burned. But Macs are known to run much hotter than PCs. What gives?
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There's no question people love their Macs. So what's the deal? And why do these computers really cost more than PCs? Or do they?
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