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

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I finally got my 12" iBook today. My first Apple (I'm using it to type it) and I LOVE IT! Thanks for the reviews and info guys (and gals ).
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Awesome, I still can't decide between a 17in iMac and an iBook...
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Congratz on the new iBook! :alien:
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Congrats! I just got the 14" model last week and I'm still super excited about it!
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Congratulations!
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Congratulation :teen: :black: :cool:

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Hopefully should be getting it in the next few days
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very nice... enjoy and have fun exploring!
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Congrats!

The iBook rocks!
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i have coverted two people here at the office to Mac OS X and they love it. Both of them bought the 12" this past weekend. heheheheh, imagine if my company switched to Mac OS X, that will NEVER EVER happen. XP Pro for my company...boohoo!
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Thanks! Now I just need to buy some more RAM cause 256K is not enough.
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Thanks! Now I just need to buy some more RAM cause 256K is not enough.
The smallest chip set I would get is 512mb. The more the better.

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I mean for everyday stuff it is but when comparing my iBook with 512 with my friends iBook that has 256 I notice on mine webpages load faster and iTunes runs smoother as well as other programs.

My other friend has 768 i think and i know his 12" iBook burns!
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