Created with education in mind, the lightweight and durable MacBook is ready to be tucked into a backpack and taken anywhere learning may lead you. Powered by the Intel Core Duo processor, MacBook lets you do amazing things at remarkable speeds. Its 13.3-inch glossy widescreen display is 79 percent brighter than iBook screens, so you can see your projects and assignments with more clarity than ever.
Create websites with photos, movies, podcasts, and more.
Students of all ages can use iWeb to create webpages to support their work in any curriculum area. Webpage projects are well suited to groups working collaboratively. And because web pages can incorporate different types of digital media, students with all learning styles can express themselves creatively.
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Windows on a Mac? Introducing the Boot Camp Public Beta
The next major release of Mac OS X, Leopard, will include a new feature called Boot Camp, which lets you install and run the Windows XP operating system on Intel-based Macs, like the new MacBook, Mac mini, and iMac. To experience this today, download the free Boot Camp Public Beta. Switching was never such an easy choice.