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The 12-inch Macbook with Retina Display

Meet Apple's new fanless MacBook. This device packs a 12-inch Retina display, a redesigned trackpad and a brand new keyboard design. It'll be available for $1,299 when it ships on April 10.

UK and Australian prices are yet to be announced, but $1,299 converts to roughly £860 or AU$1,685.

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The new MacBook is Apple's thinnest yet. It's 13.1mm thick, 24 percent thinner than the 11-inch MacBook Air.

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The new MacBook's keyboard uses what Apple is calling a "butterfly mechanism" for its keys. The mechanism is thinner but reportedly more stable, which allows for shallow keys that remain accurate.

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The new trackpad doesn't click: instead, four sensors detect a range of pressure to interpret what it is you're trying to do.

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Much of the design is thanks to the efficiency of Intel's Core M processor, Apple claimed.

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USB-C is the other piece of the puzzle. USB-C is really one cable to rule them all: the cables are reversible, and support all manner of communication and display technologies. It's also the only port on the new MacBook: you'll find a headphone jack on the opposite side.

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Here's the USB-C cable. This means no more MagSafe adapters, but the cables are universal, so you'll be able to use them on any of your devices.

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Smaller components and the lack of any sort of fan leaves plenty of room inside the chassis -- for batteries. Apple's using a new battery design to cram as much juice as possible into the machine, so you can expect 9 to 10 hours of battery life.

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The 12-inch MacBook starts at $1,299 in the US, £1,049 in the UK, and AU$1,799 in Australia.

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You'll pay a bit more for a slightly faster CPU and more hard drive space -- a 1.2GHz model with a 512GB SSD will set you back $1,599 -- that's £1,299 and AU$2,199.

 The new MacBook will start shipping on April 10.

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