Here come some new MacBooks, Apple's new name for its consumer laptops: there's a black one and a white one, and they both feature dual-core Intel processors, 13.3-inch widescreens, and all that Apple goodness, such as iLife '06, Front Row, the built-in iSight Camera -- you Mac fiends know the drill.
However, the company seems to be charging a hefty premium for that ninja-black paint job: according to the UK Apple store, the black 2.0GHz Intel Core Duo model with an 80GB hard drive costs £1,028.99.
But if you simply upgrade the £899 2.0GHz, 60GB white model's hard drive by 20GB you'll only pay an extra £40. So the black paint costs you exactly £89.99. Still, what's a few quid when you can be the first kid on your block with A Totally Black MacBook -- Dude You Rule!!! etc. -MP
Update: a full review of the Apple MacBook (2.0GHz) is now live.