Apple has today unveiled a new MacBook.
The new MacBook starts at $1,300 (N259,000), weighs just two pounds and has a body made entirely of metal.
It’s only 13.1 millimeters thick, and has a new logic board, a new keyboard and a new touchpad.
The trackpad has been re-engineered. It not only senses touch, but also pressure and force, so it knows when you’re just gently tapping and navigating, and when you’re clicking with greater force and urgency.
It has a 12-inch Retina display that runs at 2,304 x 1,440 resolution.
The new laptop has a dual-core Intel Core M that’s configurable up to 1.3 GHz (the base model is 1.1Ghz) with an Intel HD graphics 5300 chip.
The base model with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD will cost $1,299 (N259,000). A 512GB SSD option will cost $1,599 (N318,000).
These new computers ship April 10 and will be available in silver, space gray, or gold.