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Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Apple MacBook to Use Intel Core 2 Duo Processors


Apple said on Wednesday a new line of MacBook notebook computers will use Intel Corp.'s Core 2 Duo processors and be up to 25 percent faster than the previous generation.

Apple announced the new consumer computers ahead of the holiday season with prices starting at $1,099. Last month, the computer maker said its MacBook Pro line of laptops would use Intel's Core 2 Duo processors.


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