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    Apple Powerbook Laptop Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: October 27th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: SLCentral took a look inside the Apple Powerbook 12" laptop, the smallest Apple to date. Our editor was impressed, this fast little machine performs well when the heat is on but what about the side effects? Read on to find out in our official review.......

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    Specifications

  • Apple Powerbook 12"
  • First Generation
  • 867MHz G4 Processor
  • 133MHz Front Side Bus
  • 640MB PC2100 DDR RAM
  • 40GB Hard Drive
  • GeForce Go 420
  • Airport Extreme Installed
  • OS X Panther 10.3
  • In the Box

    The box is quite big for such a small laptop. In the box, you'll find quite a collection of stuff:

  • Powerbook 12"
  • AC Adapter
  • AC Extension
  • Mini-VGA to VGA
  • Mini-VGA to ADC
  • Mini-VGA to S-Video and Component
  • Recovery DVD
  • Hardware Test CD
  • Manuals
  • As you can see, Apple didn't do too poorly here, the collection of accessories was great. I loved the extension cable which let me both stylishly and easily extend the Power cable if I needed more cable length when charging my laptop.



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    1. Introduction
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    3. Design
    4. Features
    5. Performance
    6. Battery Life/Heat
    7. OS & Warranty
    8. Conclusions

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