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

PowerBook - powerbook better than macmini?


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i have just bought a powerbook g4 with 2 gb of ram and 1.5 ghz processor speeds and 100g hard drive and it is running leopard.
i have noticed that it is noticeably faster than my mac mini core solo 1.5 ghz with 512 mb of ram
so my question is is a powerbook g4 better than a macmini?
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2gb RAM much better than 1/2 gb RAM
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intel vrs the g4

Winner intel



For many reasons.... run windows aswell as mac...

Can you love Windows and Mac
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