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What is the coldest/hottest temperature a powerbook can handle? Because today i was carry it in its case (a sleeve) and it was about 36 degrees F outside is this bad?
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Well computer wise that is awesome, colder the temperature the better ur computer will run, but for the screen sake just to be safe I'd keep it over 0C if the screen is turned on, just to make sure your display wont start ghosting and slowing down on you.
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so if it is the pb lib is closed and it is asleep its not a big deal temperature wise??
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Should be fine in 36F, it's when it drops that little bit more to say in the 20s it becomes an issue. Friend in the states regularly transported her PowerBook around Chicago regularly, and it was definitely much below 36F at times! That said she used it indoors instead of outside in 10F

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