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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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I'm looking in getting a PB 12" because I'm a cheap *******

I noticed it had airport extreme built-in and I was just wondering if it'd work with existing windows wireless networks. I bought a Linksys wireless data access point a while ago. It's based on the 802.11b standard...
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It should be able to detect and connect to the signal. Tell us how it goes.
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I bought a Linksys and it works perfectly.No worries!
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Randuin
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This thread convinced me

Bought a PB today!




Thanks guys! The PB so far rocks! My first step into the Macintosh world
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Got a 12" a few weeks ago, it's great isn't it?
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Randuin
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Yea, alot of PC users says the screen is too small, but I think it's perfect for what a laptop should be, 1024x768 works perfect

Loving MacOSX
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Simple answer to that: get a bigger monitor.

I am so impressed that they've got 1024x768 on a 12" monitor, and you can actually read the text. My mum's Compaq is 1024x768, but that's 15"!
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Yeah, I don't find the 12" display a problem at all, even for movies. I don't even notice when I'm using a 17" monitor vs my 12" PB, because I don't really notice a difference.

The 12" PB is the best laptop. Ever. Period.
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Not to mention how easy it is to carry it around
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Whoah! Sweet! Congradulations man! How's the wireless working???
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Randuin
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It's awesome! I can get around 80kbps downstream while my other two PCs are using the internet connection at the same time!
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i've just bought a used 12" G4 too, I can't wait 'til it get here.
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Nice! I'm looking into the 12" too due to portability issues.
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